[slides] Soldiers in Our Homes: The French and Indian War & Quartering in Albany, New York, 1756-1763, with Liz Covart

Explores how the French and Indian War and the act of military quartering caused the people of Albany, New York to confront the British Empire in close, intimate terms. This talk will reveal the lasting implications of this confrontation and how it helped the people of Albany decide whether they would become Patriots, Loyalists, or remain neutral during the American War for Independence.

Presenter: Elizabeth M. Covart, Ph.D., Independent Scholar, (@lizcovart).

Photos courtesy of Jacob Sconyers.

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