The Border Wars of New England

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Originally published over 75 years ago, The Border Wars of New England is Samuel Adams Drake's enlightening compact historical description of what has been commonly referred to as King William's and Queen Anne's Wars. Handsomely illustrated with numerous drawings and maps.
 

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Contents

THE SACK OF DOVER June 27 1689
14
THE CAPTIVITY OF SARAH GERRISH
23
PEMAQUID TAKEN WITH THE RELATION OF JOHN GYLES August 1689
27
CHURCHS FIRST EXPEDITION September 1689
36
FRONTENACS WINTER RAIDS March 1690
43
PHIPS TAKES PORT ROYAL BUT FAILS AT QUEBEC MayOctober 1690
55
CHURCHS SECOND EXPEDITION September 16901691
66
YORK LAID WASTE WELLS ATTACKED FebruaryJune 1692
73
SIX TERRIBLE DAYS August 1703
153
THE WAR GROWS IN SAVAGERY 1703
162
THE SACKING OF DEERFIELD February 28 1704
172
THE ENEMY CUTS OFF BOTH ENDS OF THE LINE 1704
187
CHURCHS LAST EXPEDITION May 1704
193
NEGOTIATIONS FOR NEUTRALITY July 1704April 1706
205
HOSTILITIES RESUMED April 1706October 1706
216
FUTILE SIEGE OF PORT ROYAL May 1707
224

REBUILDING OF PEMAQUID TO TREATY OF 1693 May 1692August 1693
82
DURHAM DESTROYED July 18 1694
94
A YEAR OF DISASTERS 16941696
104
ONSLAUGHT AT HAVERHILL March 15 1697
117
TO THE PEACE OF RYSWICK
129
THE NEW OUTLOOK 17021703
141
HAVERHILL SACKED August 29 1708
238
INVASION OF CANADA FAILS PORT ROYAL TAKEN April 1709October 1710
250
MORE INDIAN DEPREDATIONS June 1710April 1711
263
THE GREAT SHIPWRECK August 22 1711
267
CONCLUSION
284
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