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John Graves Simcoe 1752-1806

A Biography

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John Graves Simcoe 1752-1806 by Mary Beacock Fryer
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One of the legendary figures of Ontario history, John Graves Simcoe was the commander of the Queen's Rangers during the American Revolution. In 1791 he was appointed the first lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, and upon his arrival in 1792 he founded the town of York (present-day Toronto). John Graves Simcoe completes a trilogy of Simcoe books published by Dundurn Press. Mary Beacock Fryer's Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe was first published in 1989, while Our Young Soldier: Lieutenant Francis Simcoe, 6 June 1791-06 April 1812 was released in 1996. For this third volume, Fryer has teamed with Christopher Dracott, whose vantage point from Devonshire, England helps to provide this book with a complete view of Simcoe's life.

Author Biography

Mary Beacock Fryer is the author of ten books on eighteenth and nineteenth century history.
Release date Australia
October 1st, 1998
Country of Publication
Canada
Imprint
Dundurn Group Ltd
Pages
232
Dimensions
152x229x10
ISBN-13
9781550023091
Product ID
1906390

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