The late 17th-century conflict known as King Philip's War has haunted colonial New Englanders and diverse tribal communities. Their remembrances of this violence have taken shape in highly local ways, through material objects, performances, and stories about landscapes. This study highlights the importance of such overlooked sources for understanding the persistent, widespread effects of warfare and settler colonialism in the Northeast.
MHS Calendar of Events
11 December 2013 this event is free Brown Bag
The Memory Frontier: Memorializing King Philip's War in the Native Northeast12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Christine DeLucia, Mount Holyoke College