The Battle of the Thousand Islands was fought from the 16th to the 24th of August, 1760 in the upper St. Lawrence River, amongst the Thousand Islands. Though eventually defeated, the small garrison of 350 French managed to offer strong resistance against the 12,000 British troops.
Battle of the Thousand Islands (43 words)
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