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|Collection Reference Number
|From Archive Folder
|The Livingston Family Papers  1707-1709
|"The Camp at the Wood Creek Reviewed with an account of the Forces Built . . .
|16 August 1709
|. . . Between Albany and said Camp, and of the Forces Posted there in order for the Expedition against Canada and how they are Subsisted." The Review relates a number of concerns regarding the expedition to reduce Canada. The soldiers are described as unruly and lacking in military training, and there is a fear that many will become sick over the course of the winter. Provisions and equipment are transported with great expense and difficulty; and there is also the fear that the Indians' loyalty may falter and result in an attack against the English.
|American Indian History Spying Canada France Global History and Civics Military History Military Camp Health and Medical Finance Military Supplies Military Provisions Diplomacy
|Albany, New York
|Native Americans; Foreign Affairs; Government & Politics
|The Livingston Family Papers
|The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
|Settlement, Commerce, Revolution and Reform: 1493-1859