These two volumes constitute as complete a record as we are ever likely to have of the Connecticut colonists who took part in the French and Indian War, as they contain references to upwards of 17,000 Connecticut men who took part in that conflict, as well as an additional 300 who participated in a 1764 campaign against the Indians that was spawned by the war. The rolls are arranged in chronological order (i.e., by campaign) and thereunder by regiment and company. In almost every case, a soldier is identified by name, date enlisted, and date discharged or died in battle. Each volume features an informative Introduction by Mr. Bates and two indexes: a complete name index and another to company commanders.
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