By Don Bamford,Paul Carroll
David Wingfield joined the Royal army in 1806, on the age of fourteen. His carrier took him to the good Lakes in the course of the conflict of 1812. Captured, he used to be a POW within the usa for 9 months. Following his free up, Wingfield had a few exciting adventures at the top nice Lakes earlier than returning to England. as soon as domestic, he used his handwritten notes, saved in the course of his time in North the United States, because the foundation for an account of his stories there
This targeted account of the background of Canada in the course of the occasions of the warfare of 1812 and the tales of the folks and locations he was once uncovered to in this time is being made to be had in booklet shape for the 1st time. this can be the one account of the struggle of 1812 as obvious in the course of the eyes of a tender seaman. integrated is a Wingfield genealogical description that spans the fashionable world.
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Four Years on the Great Lakes, 1813-1816: The Journal of Lieutenant David Wingfield, Royal Navy by Don Bamford,Paul Carroll