Published in 2008 this issue of Historic Deerfield's magazine contains ten plus articles.
Deerfield During the Later Colonial Wars written by Kevin Sweeney, Professor of History and American Studies, Amherst College.
Those Frenchmen Who Got Themselves Killed Out In The Open by Brian Leigh Dunnigan, Curator of Maps, Clements Library, University of Michigan.
"The Most Awful Day That My Eyes Ever Beheld" by David Bosse, Librarian and Curator of Maps, Historic Deerfield
Revealing the Culture of Conflict: Engraved Powder Horns from The French & Indian War by Philip Zea, President, Historic Deerfield.
William H. Guthman(1924 - 2005) by Elizabeth Stillinger.
Doctor Thomas Williams' Desks by Joshua Lane, Curator of Academic Programs and Curator of Furniture, Historic Deerfield.
War, Politics, and Wool Embroidery by Edward Maeder, Curator of Textiles, Historic Deerfield.
Excavating Taylor's Fort by Aaron F. Miller, Historical Archaeologist.
From Kings to Commoners: Commemorative British Ceramics of the French and Indian War by Amanda Lange, Curatorial Department Chair and Curator of Historic Interiors.