8 edition of Journal of Robert Rogers, the ranger found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Victor Hugo Paltsits.|
|Contributions||Paltsits, Victor Hugo, 1867-1952.|
|LC Classifications||E199 .R718|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||33032579|
The colonial American Robert Rogers () was a frontiersman and army officer in the French and Indian War. Later he was extremely successful as a ranger, raider, and reconnaissance officer. Robert Rogers was born in Methuen, Mass., on Nov. 18, He grew up in Dunbarton, N.H. Though formal education was slight in a frontier town like Dunbarton. Journal of Robert Rogers, the ranger: on his expedition for receiving the capitulation of western French posts (Octo , to Febru ) by Rogers, Robert, cn; Paltsits, Victor Hugo, cnPages:
Reminiscences of the French War: Robert Rogers' Journal and a Memoir of General Stark. The Freedom Historical Society. Rogers, Robert J., Rising Above Circumstances: The Rogers Family In Colonial America. Sheltus & Picard, Inc. Smith, Bradford, Rogers' Rangers and the French and Indian War. Random House, New York, The 28 "Rules of Ranging" are a series of rules and guidelines created by Major Robert Rogers in , during the French and Indian War (–63). The rules were originally written at Rogers Island in the Hudson River near Fort Edward. They were intended to serve as a manual on guerrilla warfare for Rogers' Ranger company, a strong contingent whose members were personally selected by Rogers.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Journals of Robert Rogers of the Rangers by Robert Rogers (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at . Clements, William L. & Rogers, Robert, Journal of Major Robert Rogers. reprinted from a publication with introduction: American Antiquarian Society, New York, NY. Cuneo, John R., The Early Days of the Queen’s Rangers August – February Military Affairs vol. 22 pages
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Included in his journal is his now famous military twenty-eight point guide, the “Rules of Ranging”, which still form the basis of the “Standing Orders” taught to U.S. Army Rangers today. As well as material drawn from Rogers’ journals, the inclusion of letters provide further details on the Rangers /5().
First printed inRogers Journals read like the Officer of the Day’s logbook: date, location, action, miles covered, key terrain, etc. It is straight fact, as perceived by Roger. Still it is a fascinating read that details the ebb and flow of the contest with the French in /5().
Included in his journal is his now famous military twenty-eight point guide, the “Rules of Ranging”, which still form the basis of the “Standing Orders” taught to U.S. Army Rangers today. the ranger book As well as material drawn from Rogers’ journals, the inclusion of letters provide further details on the Rangers /5(73).
The Journals of Robert Rogers of the Rangers is a personal history of the French and Indian War as experienced by Robert Rogers.
The book is a straight-forward journal of the English version of the Seven-Year's War against the French/5. A fascinating account from Robert Rogers of his work for the 'British' forces in the French-Indian war. A number of books take Journal of Robert Rogers from his journals to illustrate the activities of 'Rogers Rangers' but it was good to read the whole journal and to see what the rest of the story was/5().
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Journals of Major Robert Rogers: Containing an Account of the Several Excursions He Made Under the Generals who Commanded Upon the Continent of North America During the Late War ; from which May be Collected the Most Material Circumstances of Every Campaign Upon that Continent, from the Commencement to the Conclusion of the War ; with an Introduction and Notes, and an Appendix Reviews: 1.
Journals of Robert Rogers of the Rangers: The Exploits of Rogers and the Rangers in His Own Words During in the French and Indian War Paperback – 28 Nov. /5(). The original journal, previously unpublished, has title: A journal of Major Robert Roger's proceedings with the Indians in ye district of Michillimackinac commencing the 21st of Sept.
& ending Feb. 1st and continued from thence till the 23d May-from the 29 May till July the 3dPages: Rogers is mentioned respectfully in "The Ranger Handbook" which is given to every soldier in the U.S.
Army's Ranger School, and is referred to in that publication as the originator of ranger tactics in the American : Lieutenant colonel. Robert Rogers has books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert Rogers’s most popular book is Journals of Robert Rogers of the Rangers.
More than years ago, Robert Rogers wrote 28 rangers rules for guerilla warfare that are still being used by the U.S. Army Rangers. Robert Rogers (artist conception) He was a colonial frontiersman from New Hampshire who fought in the British Army during the fourth French and Indian War and the American Revolution.
Journals of Robert Rogers of the Ranges: The Exploits of Rogers and the Rangers in His Own Words During in the French and Indian War How Parliament Works Order.
Rogers' Rangers was initially a provincial company from the colony of New Hampshire, attached to the British Army during the Seven Years' War (French and Indian War).The unit was quickly adopted into the British army as an independent ranger company.
Major Robert Rogers trained the rapidly deployed light infantry force tasked mainly with reconnaissance as well as conducting special operations Allegiance: British Army. Robert Rogers was a popularly acclaimed military leader during the French and Indian War, who institutionalized many frontier-style practices of warfare and whose forces are regarded by some as the model for later ranger activities.
Rogers was born in Methuen, Massachusetts, but spent his formative years on the frontier in New Hampshire. Rogers, Robert, Journal of Robert Rogers, the ranger. [New York: Printed at the New York Public Library, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Rogers; Victor Hugo Paltsits.
As titled, this book is the journal of Major Rogers, the leader of the English Rangers during the French and Indian War.
There is minimal feeling in the book as it is very terse and concise (a real journal). Unfortunately, the disastrous raid at St Francis received only a short mention/5.
With a band of carefully chosen New Hampshire foresters known as Rangers, Rogers was to evolve the basic principles of modern irregular warfare and give native Americans an unconquerable confidence in their own military prowess. ” though it was the fashion of the day to sneer at the efforts of provincial troops,” wrote the historian.
'The thrilling true account of a famous woodsman, scout & guerilla leader during the formative years of the American Nation' In the evocative pages of Rogers own journal we are taken through a landscape of dark untrodden forest where danger from hostile Indians and the French Army threaten every : Arcadia Press.
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Robert Rogers, (born Nov. 7,Methuen, Mass. [U.S.]—diedLondon, Eng.), American frontier soldier who raised and commanded a militia force, known as Rogers’s Rangers, which won wide repute during the French and Indian War (–63).
A unique corps of frontiersmen who successfully adapted Indian techniques to their fighting, Rogers’s Rangers emphasized self.Journals of Robert Rogers of the Rangers by Robert Rogers Overview - 'The thrilling true account of a famous woodsman, scout & guerilla leader during the formative years of the American Nation' In the evocative pages of Rogers own journal we are taken through a landscape of dark untrodden forest where danger from hostile Indians and the French Army threaten every : Leonaur Ltd.As well as material drawn from Rogers' journals, the inclusion of letters provide further details on the Rangers' role in the wider war.
The Journals of Robert Rogers of the Rangers are a unique history of eighteenth century warfare that was developed during the French and Indian s: 2.