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Question 1:
Where did King Philip's War take place?

Question 2:
Who was a commander in the King Philip's War?
Gov. John Leverett,
Chi Youu2020
LtGen Harry M. Wyatt III
Col. James H. Kyle

Question 3:
When was the King Philip's War?
June 1675-August 1676
1959-05-29
11th century
December 2009

Question 4:
Which of the following was a combatant in the King Philip's War?
various
Czechoslovakia
Mohegan
Belgian rebels

Question 5:
How many casualties were there in the King Philip's War?
2231, 3000, 5700 or 6000
3,000 dead, wounded, or captured
3000
>3,000

Question 6: On November 2, ________ governor Josiah Winslow led a combined force of colonial militia against the Narragansett tribe.
WampanoagPilgrim (Plymouth Colony)Plymouth, MassachusettsPlymouth Colony

Question 7: By early July, over 400 had surrendered to the colonists, and Philip himself had taken refuge in the Assowamset Swamp, below ________, close to where the war had started.
Providence, Rhode IslandHartford, ConnecticutColumbus, OhioBoston

Question 8: Salem, Massachusetts, ________, and several small towns were established around Massachusetts Bay between 1628 and 1640.
BostonDenverAtlantaPhoenix, Arizona

Question 9: The colony of Rhode Island became an island colony for a time as the few hundred colonists there were driven back to Newport and Portsmouth, RI, on ________ and Providence, Rhode Island, was burned to the ground.
Aquidneck IslandConanicut IslandMiddletown, Rhode IslandWarwick, Rhode Island

Question 10: Wamsutta had been visiting the Marshfield home of Josiah Winslow, the governor of ________, to engage in peaceful negotiations, and suddenly collapsed and died just after leaving Marshfield.
WampanoagPlymouth ColonyPilgrim (Plymouth Colony)Plymouth, Massachusetts







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