Native American living historians Drew Shuptar-Rayvis and Dylan Smith help me explore the military history of King Philip’s War from the indigenous perspective.

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~REFERENCES~

[1] Richard Slotkin & James K. Folsom. So Dreadful a Judgment: Puritan Responses to King Philip’s War, 1676-1677 (1978). Wesleyan University Press, Page 60-63

[2] Slotkin & Folsom, Page 244

[3] Benjamin Church. Entertaining Passages Relating to King Philip’s War, Tercentenary Edition (1975). Pequot Press, Page 148

[4] Church, Page 156

[5] Slotkin & Folsom, Page 325

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