7 edition of A Few Acres of Snow found in the catalog.
July 25, 1996
by Dundurn Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Paul Simpson-Housley (Editor), Glen Norcliffe (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
Restrict search to only titles where full MARC is Available. Year of publication: Year. A Few Acres of Snow is perfect to play with my more euro-leaning gaming partners, as the system is far more accessible than, say, Wilderness War, a card-driven wargame which models the same conflict but approaches it with a more traditional wargame design focus, complete with .
"Leckie is a gifted writer with the ability to explain complicatedmilitary matters in layperson's terms, while sustaining the dramainvolved in a life-and-death struggle. His portraits of the keyplayers in that struggle are seamlessly interwoven with hisexciting narrative." -Booklist"As Pages: A Review of the Martin Wallace Treefrog Board Game "A Few Acres of Snow".
"A Few Acres of Snow" by Robert Leckie, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(92). A Few Acres of Snow. Players: 2. Time: ~80 minutes. Times Played: 8+ A Few Acres of Snow is a two-player game that pits the British against the French in the Québec and New England regions as they vie for control during the French and Indian War. Designed by Martin Wallace, this is a two-player deck builder that features a slow burn through your cards as you’re not forced to use them .
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A Few Acres of Snow is a two-player, deck-building game about the French and British conflict in North America. The card-play contains a focus on a deck-building mechanic similar to Dominion, each card will have multiple uses like card-driven game. The players have to choose only one aspect of the card to use when it is played.
Each space captured by a player will add another card to the /10(K). Buy a cheap copy of A Few Acres of Snow: The Saga of the book by Robert Leckie. Leckie is a gifted writer with the ability to explain complicated military matters in layperson's terms, while sustaining the drama involved in a life-and-death Free shipping over $/5(5).
Beginning with a lengthy, superfluous account of the career of Christopher Columbus, Leckie proceeds by identifying the principal players and events in the violent pageant of the struggle for dominion in the New World—especially in Canada, a territory dismissed by Voltaire as "a few acres of snow.".
"A Few Acres of Snow" is particularly effective for its close attention to the far-reaching political and cultural origins leading up to the North American conflict—hearkening all the way back to the twilight of medieval times. From the increasing fragility of Christianity's supremacy in an age of discovery and expansion, to the intricate.
I have read many books on the French and Indian war, by far I find that Francis Parkman is the "Godfather" of that time period but I stumbled across a copy of "A Few Acres of Snow" by Robert Leckie and couldn't put it down.
He covers the settling of Canada and the colonies and gives you insight into what was happening in Europe at the same time/5. A Few Acres of Snow book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
For a generation or more there have been few books that brought /5. A Few Acres of Snow allows readers to experience early Canadian history in the words of those who first explored, created, and documented the nation.
Providing coast-to-coast representation and featuring a diverse range of social groups, the editors offer a refreshing look at the major events leading up to and including : Paperback. LibraryThing Review User Review - DeltaQueen50 - LibraryThing.
A Few Acres of Snow: The Saga of the French and Indian Wars is by military historian Robert Leckie and details the long and bloody history of wars between France and Britain that took place in the New /5(3). A Few Acres of Snow est l'un des deux jeux sur lequel j'ai lu le plus de bêtises.
L'autre est le poker. J'avais apporté une contribution à la question du poker (voir ici, et là). Pour A Few Acres of Snow c'est un peu différent, car ma première motivation rejoint la conception de Martin Wallace: Author: Alexis Beuve.
A Few Acres of Snow The man is spending his retirement writing a book tentatively entitled One Hundred and Twenty-Seven Paintings to See Before You Die J Ap - by Stephen Marche Stephen Marche. A few acres of snow by Robert Leckie; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, History, Military, Military History, Military relations, United States, United States French and Indian War,United States King George's War,United States King William's War,United States Queen Anne's War, ; Places: France, Great Britain, United States.
I love the game. I think it is broken and there are a few rules changes that may/will help (the British cannot Governor theinitial cards for instance).
But I still play it every chance I get and simply do not play the "winning" strategy or play a modified version. It is still well worth picking up. A Few Acres of Snow is a colletion of twenty-two essays that explore, from the geographer’s perspective, how poets, artists, and writers have addressed the physical essence of Canada, both landscape and cityscape.
"Sense of place" is clearly critical in the works examined in this volume. Get this from a library. A few acres of snow: the saga of the French and Indian Wars. [Robert Leckie] -- The title of the book comes from a quotation from Voltaire, and "Leckie's sweeping account shows us exactly why we speak English today instead of French--and reminds us how easily things might have.
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By Robert Leckie, Leckie. John Wiley & Sons,pp. Publication Date: Aug A Few Acres of Snow Board Game Review - Back when I interviewed Martin Wallace for this website, I had the pleasure of asking him about his background in wargaming.
His latest game, A Few Acres of Snow has an interesting pedigree: he’s quite upfront in the rules that the design was inspired by the totally themeless Euro Dominion and yet A Few Acres of Snow strives to be possibly his.
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His portraits of the keyplayers in that struggle are seamlessly interwoven with hisexciting narrative." -Booklist"As always, [Leckie] describes themaneuvers, battles, and results in telling detail with a cinematicstyle /5(3).
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