Seige of Louisbourg 1745

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The Colonial Navy convoyed the army and in conjunction with the British Fleet imposed a successful blockade of Louisbourg. The Colonial victory reflects the importance of the battle of Louisbourg 1745 and the seeds it planted in the colonists that would be crucial to the rise of revolutionary America...
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The administrative center was called Louisbourg in honor of King Louis XIV. The location of this fortress had the great advantage of being located on an ice-free harbor. Ships could import and export goods and supplies plus fish at anytime during the year. Also the fortress’ layout was acknowledged as having superior seaward defenses, but its landward defenses were vulnerable to siege because the land was overlooked by a series of low rises...
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