The History of the Great Indian War of 1675 and 1676, Commonly Called Philip’s War
This account of King Philip’s War was compiled originally in 1712 by Thomas Church, the son of Colonel Benjamin Church, a leader of the New England forces. It was subsequently edited and annotated by the noted 19th-century Indian scholar, Samuel G. Drake. The second half of the book contains Col. Church’s memoirs from the “French and Indian” wars of 1689 to 1704. An appendix and an index of names round out the volume.
Also, the Old French and Indian Wars from 1689 to 1704, by Thomas Church, Esq. With Numerous Notes and an Appendix
Drake, ed., Samuel G.
1716, 1772, rev. ed. 1851
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