A Sword of the Old Frontier: A Tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit -- Being a Plain Account of Sundry Adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time Captain in the Hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763
by PARRISH, Randall
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- A Sword of the Old Frontier: A Tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit -- Being a Plain Account of Sundry Adventures befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, one time Captain in the Hussars of Languedoc, during the year 1763
- PARRISH, Randall
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