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(Univ. Press of New England, 1997)
After the American Revolution ended, there was still great controversy about the boundary lines between northern New England and British Canada. The frontier settlers of what would become known as the Indian Stream declared themselves to be a republic, established a constitution, legislature, courts, laws, and a militia. This previously unpublished work on the Indian Stream Republic was found among the late author's papers, and has been edited by his daughter, Ruth Doan McDougall.
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