200 Indian Survivors Have Found Refuge with the Locals

Published on September 6, 2010 by Christian

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September 6, 1689: Two hundred Indian survivors of King Philip’s War have found refuge with the local Indians around Cochecho (modern Dover), New Hampshire. Boston wants the Indians back in Massachusetts. Local settlers have signed a treaty with the local Indians. In what local legend calls a mock battle, forces under Richard Walderne (Waldron) surround the local and refugee Indians. They remove the 200 refugees and march them back to Boston. In Boston, most of the Indians are killed or become slaves.

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