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Who When Where in King Philip's War

Who When Where in King Philip's War

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By Edward Lodi

King Philip's War (1675-1677) -- a desperate attempt by the Indian tribes of New England to drive out the English invaders -- began in Plymouth Colony but quickly spread throughout all of New England. In percentage of population killed, it was the bloodiest war ever fought on American soil...Who were the major players -- men, women, and children, Indians, English, and others -- in King Philip's War? When did its significant events occur? Where in New England and elsewhere did these events take place? Edward Lodi provides answers to all of these questions, in an alphabetical Who's Who that includes approximately 450 entries and an almost day-by-day chronological listing that begins with events leading up to the war and continues until its tragic conclusion. As a bonus he has added a listing of Indian place names

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