The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada


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"The Conspiracy of Pontiac" was Parkman's first history book and first published in 1851. It covers the Indian wars of 1763 to 1769. Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, put together a coalition of Indian tribes from around the Great Lakes region and the Illinois and Ohio Countries to attack the British under General Jeffrey Amherst. - Summary by Richard Carpenter (16 hr 33 min)

Chapters

Preface 10:13 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 1, part 1 43:48 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 1, part 2 31:41 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 2 34:53 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 3 50:54 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 4, part 1 41:28 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 4, part 2 36:54 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 5 30:01 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 6 16:57 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 7 26:24 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 8 17:04 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 9 20:37 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 10 17:46 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 11 35:37 Read by Brendan Stallard
Chapter 12 21:46 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 13 35:44 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 14 25:39 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 15 23:07 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 16 23:49 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 17, part 1 19:11 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 17, part 2 23:31 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 18 35:27 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 19 34:53 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 20 22:41 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 21 11:53 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 22 32:01 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 23 11:57 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 24 24:28 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 25 27:46 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 26, part 1 30:43 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 26, part 2 28:23 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 27, part 1 29:19 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 27, part 2 28:01 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 28 14:40 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 29 24:21 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 30 31:02 Read by Phil Schempf
Chapter 31 19:06 Read by Phil Schempf

Reviews

Long and in-depth historical account of the early conflicts

(5 stars)