French Fortresses in North America, 1535-1763: Quebec, Montreal, Louisbourg and New Orleans by Rene Chartrand (Paperback, 2005)

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This title provides a detailed examination of the defenses of the three largest fortified cities in Canada - Quebec, Montreal and Louisbourg - and also covers New Orleans in America. Quebec City is the best known and most impressive of the sites covered, and was the strongest of the fortresses of New France: besieged twice by the British (1690 and 1759) and once by the French (1760), it was captured in 1759 by General James Wolfe.