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Symbolism, Setting, and Objects from The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity

Jill Lepore
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Object Descriptions

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Objects

Southern New England - This location was main site of conflict during King Philip's War.

Mount Hope Bay in Bristol, Rhode Island - This is an area near King Philip's home where a tablet with an inscription concerning him was found in the early 20th century.

Boston, Massachusetts - This was the capital city of the Massachusetts Bay colony.

Plymouth - This was the capital of the Pilgrim colony.

Literacy - This ability to read and write allowed the English to write the history of King Philip's War.

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