The Cape Sable Campaign occurred during the French and Indian War when Colonel Roger Morris led a force of 325 British soldiers, Captain Joseph Gorham led 60 rangers and Roger's Rangers to destroy the Acadian settlements in present-day Shelburne County and Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada, in the fall of 1758.According to one historian, the level of Acadian suffering greatly increased in the late summer of 1758. Along with campaigns on Ile Saint-Jean, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, at St.

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  • The Cape Sable Campaign occurred during the French and Indian War when Colonel Roger Morris led a force of 325 British soldiers, Captain Joseph Gorham led 60 rangers and Roger's Rangers to destroy the Acadian settlements in present-day Shelburne County and Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada, in the fall of 1758.According to one historian, the level of Acadian suffering greatly increased in the late summer of 1758. Along with campaigns on Ile Saint-Jean, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, at St. John River Campaign and the Petitcodiac River Campaign, the British targeted the Cape Sable region. (en)
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  • Maritimes (en)
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  • Roger Morris By Benjamin West (en)
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  • Cape Sable Campaign (en)
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  • September 1758 - October 1758 (en)
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  • Cape Sable Region, Nova Scotia (en)
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  • The Cape Sable Campaign occurred during the French and Indian War when Colonel Roger Morris led a force of 325 British soldiers, Captain Joseph Gorham led 60 rangers and Roger's Rangers to destroy the Acadian settlements in present-day Shelburne County and Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada, in the fall of 1758.According to one historian, the level of Acadian suffering greatly increased in the late summer of 1758. Along with campaigns on Ile Saint-Jean, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, at St. (en)
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  • Cape Sable Campaign (en)
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  • Cape Sable Campaign (en)
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