Domer, Ronald G.
December 2004
Military History;Dec2004, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p54
Discusses the events under the military leadership of Wampanoag Indian chief King Philip of New England in the 17th century. Cause of the conflict between English colonists and the Indians; Outcome of the strategy employed by King Philip in making diplomatic overtures to other tribes in the area; Role of the United Colonies of New England in negotiating peace settlement between both parties; Impact of the death of King Philip on the war in the United Colonies.


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