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Was the raid on St. Francis a proper mission for a Ranger force and did it have a strategic impact on the French and Indian War? The Ranger raid executed against the Abenaki Indians village of St. Francis on 4 October 1759 was conducted against the backdrop of the French and Indian War’s Mohawk Valley theater of operations. However, addressing the question of the Ranger utility in conducting the raid also raises several additional questions: Was the raid effective? Did Rogers comply with his orders? Was the raid more of a propaganda victory than a tactical or strategic one? This paper will answer these questions as well as the veracity of the reporting on both sides.
Hoeflinger, Francis M.
"The Ranger Raid on St. Francis,"
Saber and Scroll: Vol. 3
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.apus.edu/saberandscroll/vol3/iss2/7
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