The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity Character Descriptions

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Metacom

This individual, who lived from 1639 to 1676, was a war chief of the Wampanoag Indians and their leader in King Philip's War

John Sassamon

This individual was born around 1600 in the Blue Hills area, and was a praying Indian whose intelligence in the service of the Puritans sparked the conflict known as King Philip's War

Increase Mather

This Puritan minister was of great importance in the history of the Massachusetts Bay colony and was a major figure during King Philip's War.

The Algonquian

These were the Indian inhabitants of New England and Southeastern Canada. King Philip led many of them though others assimilated into English society.

The English Colonists

These mostly Puritan and Pilgrim immigrants settled New England starting around 1630.

Christian Missionaries

The activities of these individuals often involved sending groups to foreign countries and to places in their own homeland in order to expand Christianity through the...

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