Preface Introductory; Indian tribes east of the Mississippi France and England in America The French, the English, and the Indians Collision of the rival colonies The wilderness and its tenants at the close of the French War The English take possession of the western posts Anger of the Indians; The conspiracy Indian preparation The Council at the River Ecorces Detroit Treachery of Pontiac Pontiac at the Siege of Detroit Rout of Cuyler's Detachment; Fate of the forest garrison The Indians continue to blockade Detroit The fight at Bloody Bridge Michillimackinac The massacre Frontier forts and settlements The war on the borders The Battle of Bushy Run The Iroquois; Ambuscade of the Devil's Hole Desolation of the frontiers The Indians raise the Siege of Detroit The Paxton men The rioters march on Philadelphia Bradstreet's army on the Lakes Bouquet forces the Delawares and Shawanoes to sue for peace The Illinois Pontiac rallies the western tribes Ruin of the Indian cause Death of Pontiac Appendix A: The Iroquois; Extent of their conquests; Policy pursued toward them by the French and the English; Measures of Sir William Johnson Appendix B: Cases of the Indian War Appendix C: Detroit and Michillimackinac Appendix D: The war on the borders Appendix E: The Paxton riots Appendix F: The campaign of 1764.
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