Our Beloved Kin: Remapping A New History of King Philip's War

Chapter Five

The Printer’s Revolt: A Narrative of the Captivity of James the Printer

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Hassanamesit and the mission communities (Map 5)
Nipmuc and surrounding homelands, highlighting places in Chapter Five
Kwinitekw: the Long River


1668 Covenant
Deer Island Order
 (page 1)
Deer Island Order (page 2) 


Hassanamesit and the "Praying Towns," 1674
Covenant between Massachusetts Colony & the Nipmuc “Praying Towns,” 1668
Printer's Revolt Map: Nipmuc and neighboring territories, 1675 
Menimesit and Quaboag, 1675
Connecticut River Valley, 1675 Path 
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