King Philip's War

King Philip's War

Based on the Archives and Records of Massachusetts, Plymouth, Rhode Island and Connecticut, and Contemporary Letters and Accounts With Biographical and Topographical Notes

Book - 1906
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This extensive work details the history of many of the New England colonies and their interactions with the Native Americans of the area. The majority of the volume is dedicated to fleshing out the nuances of each armed conflict in King Philip's War. Many of the settlements throughout New England experienced direct contact with violence between the settlers and the Wampanoag and their allies.
Publisher: New York : The Grafton Press, 1906.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (359 p.)
Additional Contributors: Morris, John Emery - Author

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