1772 Plymouth Colony History + King Philip’s War Indian Thomas Church Americana

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King Philip’s War, also known as Metacom’s War or the First Indian War, was an armed conflict between English colonists and the American Indians of New England in the 17th century. It was the Native-American’s last major effort to drive the English colonists out of New England.

 

This rare and valuable 18th-century edition of ‘The History of Philip’s War’ includes notes to explain the situations of the places of battles, geography of the ravaged country, and lives of the principal persons engaged in those wars, as well as an appendix containing an account of the treatment of the natives by the early voyagers, the settlement of N. England by the forefathers, the Pequot War, narratives of persons carried into captivity, anecdotes of the Indians, and the most important late Indian wars.

 

This book also contains a printing of Nathaniel Morton’s 1772 ‘New England’s Memorial’ – a year-by-year report of the establishment and growth of Plymouth Colony, elected officials, and Puritan influence in America.

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1772 Plymouth Colony History + King Philip’s War Indian Thomas Church Americana

 

King Philip’s War, also known as Metacom’s War or the First Indian War, was an armed conflict between English colonists and the American Indians of New England in the 17th century. It was the Native-American’s last major effort to drive the English colonists out of New England.

 

This rare and valuable 18th-century edition of ‘The History of Philip’s War’ includes notes to explain the situations of the places of battles, geography of the ravaged country, and lives of the principal persons engaged in those wars, as well as an appendix containing an account of the treatment of the natives by the early voyagers, the settlement of N. England by the forefathers, the Pequot War, narratives of persons carried into captivity, anecdotes of the Indians, and the most important late Indian wars.

 

This book also contains a printing of Nathaniel Morton’s 1772 ‘New England’s Memorial’ – a year-by-year report of the establishment and growth of Plymouth Colony, elected officials, and Puritan influence in America.

 

Item number: #15729

Price: $950

 

CHURCH, Thomas

 

The entertaining history of King Philip’s War : which began in the month of June, 1675, as also of expeditions more lately made against the common enemy, and Indian rebels in the eastern parts of New-England

 

Newport, Rhode-Island: Boston, printed 1716, reprinted and sold by Solomon Southwick …, 1772.

 

Details:

  • Collation:
    • 11-208, [8]; iv, 5-193, [1]
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Leather; secure
  • Size: ~7.5in X 5in (19cm x 13cm)
  • Very rare and desirable

 

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15729

Categories

Military & War

European History

Authors

CHURCH, Thomas

Printing Date

18th Century

Language

English

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent