The rich fur-bearing region of the Annapolis Basin was thousands of kilometres away from the intrigues of the court of France. But how long could Marie de la Tour defy the King of France and his representatives, even if she got help from France’s long time enemy in the new world, colonial Boston.
Terry Leeder is the author of several Frontiers and Pioneers history books, including A Fighting Lady, The Long Sault, The Great River, The Soldier's Son, Pioneer Among the Mountains, White Forehead of the Cypress Hills, Daughter of the Old Pioneer, Brand 9999, and Canadians in a Far Country.
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