Montcalm and Wolfe

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Montcalm and Wolfe (ISBN 0-306-80621-5) is the sixth volume in Francis Parkman's seven-volume history, France and England in North America, originally published in 1884.[1] It tells the story of the French and Indian War. Its title refers to Louis-Joseph de Montcalm and James Wolfe, the commanding generals of the French and English forces respectively and to whom the book devotes particular attention. Parkman considered the book his masterpiece.[citation needed]

A centennial edition was published in 1984 by Atheneum, New York, with a foreword by C. Vann Woodward. The Atheneum edition was republished in 1995 by Da Capo Press, New York.


  1. ^ Parkman, Francis (1884). Montcalm and Wolfe. France and England in North America. A series of historical narratives. Boston: Little, Brown and Co. OCLC 3571006. 

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