Ricardo Torres-Reyes, Puerto Rico and The Forts of Old San Juan (River- side, Ct., 1973); J. Huston, Fort Pitt, 1758-1772 (Ann Arbor, 1957); Theo- dore G. Corbetts', "Population Structure in Hispanic St. Augustine; 1629- 1763", Florida Historical Quarterly (January 1976), 263-284; and "Migra- tion to a Spanish Imperial Frontier in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Cen- turies: St. Augustine", Hispanic American Historical Review (August 1974), 414-430; William A. Hunter, Forts on the Pennsylvania Frontier, 1753-1758 (Harrisburg, 1960); Fairfax Journey, Louisbourg: Key to A Continent (Englewood Cliffs, 1965); A.D. Chidsey, "Easton Before the French and Indian War", Pennsylvania History (July 1935), 156-171; Charles L. Paul, "Beaufort, North Carolina: Its Development as a Colonial Town", North Carolina Historical Review (October 1970), especially 379- 385; George C. Rodgers, Jr., Charleston in the Age of the Pinckneys (Norman, 1969); and Larry E. Ivers, British Drums on the Southern Fron- tier; The Military Colonization of Georgia, 1733-1749 (Chapel Hill, 1974).
See for example, Richard R. Johnson, "The Search for a Usable Indian: An Aspect of the Defense of Colonial New England", Journal of Southern History (December 1977), 623-651, and Richard Edwin Johe, The Ameri- can Military Establishment: An Investigation of a Conservative Enclave in Liberal America (Ann Arbor, 1975).
S. K. Stevens, et. al.,editors, The Papers of Henry Bouquet (Harrisburg, 1951, 1972); Cyrus T. Brady, Border Fights and Fighters (New York,
1902); Amos A. Ettinger, James Edward Oglethorpe, Imperial Idealist (Hamden, Ct., 1968 reprint); Alan Eckert's eminently readable work re- flects what can be done in this vein, see, The Frontiersmen, A Narrative (Boston, 1967); Blue Jacket, War Chief of the Shawness (Boston, 1969); and The Conquerors; A Narrative (Boston, 1970).
Holt, Rinehart and Winston's series, Histories of the American Frontier, edited by Ray Allen Billington serves as a case in point.