The Passing of New France: a Chronicle of Montcalm, from Chronicles of Canada : A Chronicle of Montcalm-From Chronicles of Canada
NOTE: THIS IS a DOWNLOADABLE E-BOOK. the British halted for the night a few miles short of the north end of the lake. Next morning; the 6th, they set out again in time to land about noon within four miles of Ticonderoga in a straight line. There were two routes by which an army could march from Lake George to Lake Champlain. the first, the short way, was to go eastward across the four-mile valley. the second was twice as far, north and then east, all the way round through the woods. Since the valley road led to a bridge which Montcalm had blown up, Lord Howe went round through the woods with a party of rangers to see if that way would do.
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