In October 1759, after a three-week trek through bitter winds and rough terrain, Roberts’ Rangers attacked the village of St. Francis outside Montreal.
John Jenkins Designs Toy Soldiers Raid of St. Francis 1759 Roger's Rangers Captain Joseph Waite and Indian Scout RR-08
Rogers’ Ranger's 4 October 1759 raid on the Abenaki mission village of St Francis during the French and Indian War
Sylamore Creek at Gunner Pool near Fifty-six, Stone County Arkansas. View from the bridge over Sylamore Creek at the Gunner Pool recreation area, Sylamore Ranger District, US National Forest.
The History of Rogers' Rangers : Volume 4, the St. Francis Raid by Burt...
C22 - Ring out the old - Ring in the new - Julia
Wildernet.com - Camping - Lake Weddington Trail - Boston Mountain Ranger District, Ozark-St. Francis National Forests
Wappapello Lake, MO is a 45,000-acre project nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains on the St. Francis River in Southeast Missouri. Completed in 1941, Wapppapello Lake annually provides an estimated $3.9 million in flood protection to agricultural lands and developed areas along the St. Francis River. In 1996, the mascot Ranger Willie B. Safe was created at Wapppapello Lake as part of a water safety awareness campaign. Selected as the 1999 Natural Resources Project of the Year…
Roger's Rangers raiding an Indian encampment during the French and Indian War
Tucked away behind the Princess Royal Hospital on the borders of the mid-Sussex commuter town of Hayward’s Heath, lies one of the hidden treasures of County football. The Colwell Ground, home to St. Francis Rangers Football Club, has staged football since 1894, overlooked by the former ‘Mental Hospital’, now converted into flats. One has to actually drive into the hospital grounds to access the ground, and therefore it is perhaps no great surprise that despite a continuous presence in the…