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This map, the first printed in England's American colonies, illustrates the geographic extent of King Philip's War (1675-1676). Oriented with west at the top, the Map of New-England shows the pattern of colonial settlement moving from the Atlantic coast inland to the Connecticut River valley. Tribal names ("Nipmuck") and locations ("Mount-hope," Philip's village) indicate the Native presence. Numbers on the map identify villages that had experienced attacks during the conflict.


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"Map of New-England"

publisher   William Hubbard
date   1677
location   Boston, Massachusetts
height   14.0"
width   16.0"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Maps/Topographical
accession #   #L98.017

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"Eulogy on King Philip as Pronounced at the Odeon"

Mt. Sugarloaf showing King Philip's Seat

"Philip. King of Mount Hope"

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