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Half Century of Conflict

Francis Parkman, Jr. (1823-1893)

1. Preface
2. Chapter 1
3. Chapter 2
4. Chapter 3, Part 1
5. Chapter 3, Part 2
6. Chapter 4, Part 1
7. Chapter 4, Part 2
8. Chapter 4, Part 3
9. Chapter 5
10. Chapter 6
11. Chapter 7, Part 1
12. Chapter 7, Part 2
13. Chapter 8, Part 1
14. Chapter 8, Part 2
15. Chapter 9, Part 1
16. Chapter 9, Part 2
17. Chapter 10, Part 1
18. Chapter 10, Part 2
19. Chapter 10, Part 3
20. Chapter 11, Part 1
21. Chapter 11, Part 2
22. Chapter 12, Part 1
23. Chapter 12, Part 2
24. Chapter 13, Part 1
25. Chapter 13, Part 2
26. Chapter 14
27. Chapter 15, Part 1
28. Chapter 15, Part 2
29. Chapter 16, Part 1
30. Chapter 16, Part 2
31. Chapter 16, Part 3
32. Chapter 17
33. Chapter 18, Part 1
34. Chapter 18, Part 2
35. Chapter 19, Part 1
36. Chapter 19, Part 2
37. Chapter 20, Part 1
38. Chapter 20, Part 2
39. Chapter 21, Part 1
40. Chapter 21, Part 2
41. Chapter 22, Part 1
42. Chapter 22, Part 2
43. Chapter 22, Part 3
44. Chapter 23, Part 1
45. Chapter 23, Part 2
46. Chapter 24, Part 1
47. Chapter 24, Part 2

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    Summary

    Francis Parkman (1823-1893) is one of the great nineteenth century United States historians along with William Prescott, John Lothrop Motley, George Bancroft, and Henry Adams. Parkman has been hailed as one of America's great historians and as a master of narrative history. He is most known for his The Oregon Trail and his seven volume work on the history of the French and English in North America. A Half Century of Conflict is the sixth volume of the series but was the last to be published in 1892. It covers the period from 1700 to 1748.