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North Eastern Boundary Controversy and the Aroostook War

$12.95

A reprint of the 1910 book by John Francis Sprague, describing the difficulties of settlers, particularly the Americans, in the Madawaska region of northern Maine, during the latter part of the 18th and early 19th centuries. A treaty of peace was signed in 1783 (Treaty of Paris) between the United States and Great Britain, and until the Webster-Ashburton treaty of 1842, both Great Britain and the United States claimed both sides of the upper St. John River valley. The climax of the difficulties between the two neighboring peoples resulted in the Aroostook War, an undeclared, and ultimately bloodless, confrontation in 1838-39 over the disputed boundary between Canada and Maine. May, 2009. 5.5x8.5, softcover, 122 pages. ISBN: 9780981956435.