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Québec History 9 - Battle of the Monongahela

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Uploaded on Jul 15, 2009

Québec a Nation History (Part 9)

Braddock's Defeat
Braddock expedition
Battle of the Wilderness

On July 9, 1755, Braddock's men crossed the Monongahela without opposition, about ten miles south of Fort Duquesne. The advance guard of 300 Grenadiers and colonials with two cannon under Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Gage began to move ahead, and unexpectedly came upon the French and Indians, who were hurrying to the river. The Battle of the Monongahela, or the Battle of the Wilderness, was officially begun.

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