PEQUOT WAR 1634-1638

The Pequot War was fought between the European settlers and their Indian allies, the Narragansett and Mohegan tribes, and the Pequot tribe. The war nearly destroyed the Pequots and was notable for John Mason's massacre of hundreds of Pequots -- mostly women and children -- at Mystic.


This American part of the Seven Year War resulted in the British conquest of Canada.

Crown Point Expedition of 1756

Duffy [Ref] argues that Massachusetts men fought in the French and Indian War for material reward. He claims that those who survived the Crown Point Expedition of 1756 collected an average of £15.

The Louisburg Expedition of 1757

The Louisburg Expedition was an unsuccesful attempt by the British to capture the French fortrass of Louisburg on Cape Breton Island.