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Title: King Philip's War Narratives - March of America Facsimile Series Number 29
Description: USA: University Microfilms, Inc, 1966. Facsimile Edition. Hardcover. 18.5x28.5CM. "In June, 1675 the leader of the Wampanoag Indians, Metacomet (dubbed "King Philip" by the colonists of New England), launched an attack against the English settlements in the Narragansett Bay area of Massachusetts. During the next few months Indian tribes from Maine to Connecticut joined "King Philip" in what became the most savage and destructive Indian war to be endured in New England. The defeat of the Indians in 1676 was in many respects a turning point. A number of accounts of the war were written by colonists in Boston for publication in London between 1675 and 1677. Of these accounts, referred to as the King Philip's War Narratives, five are included here." Ex-college copy, minimal effects, discolouration at base of spine where stickers removed (no damage), ink stamp on title page, five digit ink stamp and pencilled coed on publisher page, negligible remains/signs of tipped in date due slip (was blank) removal at rear inside cover. Main content fine, binding sound, blue cloth, silver titling.. Very Good .

Keywords: 17th Seventeenth Century American History Boston March of America Facsimile Ann Arbor Blue Xerox Wampaanoag Indians King Philip New England Colonists

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- Book number: MPS3672

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