Synopses & Reviews
From his "Loyalist Blockhouse" on Lake Champlain, Sherwood sent out raiding parties to harass the rebels in New York and New England.
"A biography of this type must take into account the unsettled political climate of the area and times and this Fryer does with admirable dexterity." Quill - & - Quire
At the beginning of the American Revolution, Justus Sherwood left his young family in order to serve with the King's forces, first with General Burgoyne on his disastrous invasion of New York. He was soon appointed Supervisor of Spies and Prisoner Exchanges, and from his "Loyal Blockhouse" on Lake Champlain he sent out raiding parties and spying missions to harass the rebels in New York and England.
From his Loyalist Blockhouse on Lake Champlain, Justus Sherwood sends out raiding parties to harass the rebels during the American Revolution.
About the Author
Mary Beacock Fryer is a well-known expert on Upper Canadian history. She lives in Willowdale, Ontario.