Using this site and its resources:Welcome! There are nearly endless ways that you can navigate this website and its resources, depending on the experience you are looking for.
If you find yourself here because you are reading the book Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip’s War by Lisa Brooks, you can navigate by book chapter to easily find the maps, archival documents, and other media and connections referenced in the text by using the visualization above or by starting with Navigate Alongside the Book.
If you'd like to wander through thematic paths, you can also use the visualization above or start with Navigate by Path. From there, you can learn about The Queen's Right, The Printer's Revolt, The Captive's Lament, The Place of Peace, and Unbinding the Ends of War paths. Educators can find guidelines here.
Keep in mind, you can weave in and out of paths, resources, and book chapters as you go along! If you get lost at any point, you can click the site's title on the top of each screen or use the Table of Contents menu on the top left corner to navigate to a given path, page or media object directly. You can also click the compass on the top left corner to explore interactive visualizations of the site's resources and connections. At any time, you can return to this Start Guide, Navigate Alongside the Book, Navigate by Path, or find any particular path or page by clicking on the Table of Contents menu on the top left corner.
Lastly, you can find galleries of maps, documents, and images related to the text and broader history on the All Media page.