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Monongahela 1754-55: Washington's Defeat, Braddock's Disaster
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The victory over an army of British Redcoats also reinforced Indian confidence in their irregular tactics. When they next faced a regular army in 1763, however, the French and Canadians were not alongside them. British commanders and troops had by then become much more adept at light infantry tactics and Chief Pontiac's Indians were beaten at Bushy Run, Pennsylvania, not far from the battle site of Monongahela.
An edition of this book was published by Osprey Publishing.
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