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“King Phillip” Metacomet

King of Mount Hope", a 1772 engraving of a caricature of King Philip by Paul Revere. Metacomet (1638–1676), also known ...

A caricature of Metacomet drawn by Paul Revere, from "The Entertaining History of King Philip's War," 1772 edition. Metacomet (1639-1676) was a war chief or ...

Metacomet (C1639-1676) Nalso Known As King Philip Or Metacom Chief Of The Wampanoag Native Americans Copper Engraving 1772 By Paul Revere Poster Print by ...

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1676, Wampanoag chief Metacomet (c.1639 - 1676) who, after years

Picture of Metacom (King Philip)

American Indian Chief Metacomet (1639-1676) also known as King Philip by Benjamin

King Philip (Metacomet), circa 1639 - 12.8.1676, sachem of the Wampanoag, portrait, wooed engraving, 19th century, nativer Ame

Also known as King Philip or Metacom. Chief

Metacomet: Sachem of the Wampanoags of New England, also know as King Philip who

King Philip of Pokonoket

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Engraved portrait of Wampanoag Indian leader Metacom, who was known as King Philip to the

Famous Indian Chiefs: King Philip, or Metacomet - Wampanoag Chief

A drawing of Metacomet by Paul Revere

Death of Metacomet (King Philip) Chief of the Wampanoag Indians during King Philip's War 1675-1676 Date: 1676

Engraved portrait of Wampanoag leader Metacom, who was known as King Philip to the British

Metacomet aka King Philip

Metacomet (C1639-1676) Nalso Known As King Philip Or Metacom Chief Of The

Engraved portrait of Wampanoag Indian leader Metacom, known as King Philip to the British,

Circa 1670, Wampanoag chief Metacomet (c.1639 - 1676) who, after

Philip King Of Mount Hope engraving by Paul Revere, Jr, circa 1772

The death of Metacomet, aka by his adopted English name King Philip, in 1676

Portrait Of American Indian Metacomet

Philip Metacomet (D1676) Nphilip (Metacomet) Wampanoag Native American Chief Copper Engraving 1772

No image exists of Metacom. This "fanciful" engraving was created by Paul Revere almost one hundred years after "King Philip's" death.

Metacomet (C1639-1676) Nalso Known As King Philip Or Metacom Chief Of The Wampanoag Native Americans Copper Engraving 1772 By Paul Revere Poster Print by ...

King Phillip's War, The First War Against Native Americans in New England

PHILIP (METACOMET) (d.1676). Native American chief, sachem of

The 1675–78 war began with a murderous act of betrayal tied to a Wampanoag

Death of Wamsutta (known as Alexander), chief of Pokanoket native American tribe, 1662. Brother of Metacomet, known as King Philip.

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Metacomet "King Phillip" Pokanokett (Pokanoket) (c.1639 - 1676) - Genealogy

Philip alias Metacom of Pokanoket

History Yoga Mat featuring the photograph Metacomet Of Pokanoket, Wampanoag Chief by Photo Researchers

I had not realized that Metacomet was Massasoit's son previously. You probably have heard of both Massasoit and King Philip ...

King Philip's War

Four American Indians: King Philip, Tecumseh, Pontiac and Osceola (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press): Edson L. Whitney, Frances Melville Perry: ...

3 Metacom, called King Philip by the English, was grand sachem (chief) of the Wampanoag people.

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Circa 1900 chromolithograph print, The Death of King Philip.

King Philip, illustration published in the Pictorial History of King Philip's War, circa 1851

The first major Indian revolt in New England is known as the King Philip's War which took place between 1675 and 1676. King Philip was actually the English ...

The Wampanoag chief Metacom, also known as King Philip, a principal figure in King

King Philip's War broke out in 1675. Metacom, chief of the Pokunoket, led Wampanoags, Nipmucks, Pocumtucks, and, later, Narragansetts against the English.

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Philip (Metacomet) N(1639-1676) Native American Chief Sachem Of The Wampanoags King Philip Killed By ...

History Duvet Cover featuring the photograph Metacomet Of Pokanoket, Wampanoag Chief by Photo Researchers

Metacomet (C1639-1676) Nalso Known As King Philip Or Metacom Chief Of The Wampanoag Native Americans Copper Engraving 1772 By Paul Revere Poster Print by ...

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King Philip Escaping from the Swamp on a Raft, Illustration published in Pictorial History of

ACTIONS TAKEN The Wampanoag chief Metacom (called King Philip by the English due to his

Battle of Mount Hope[edit]

Metacomet (C1639-1676) Nalso Known As King Philip Or Metacom Chief Of The Wampanoag Native Americans Copper Engraving 1772 By Paul Revere Poster Print by ...

King Philip's Head According to Wampanoag legend and prominent Leonard family records of Taunton, several Wampanoag warriors managed to steal Phillip's head ...

'John Eliot praying with the Wampanoag Indians'. Source: New England Historical Society. '

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Four American Indians: King Philip, Tecumseh, Pontiac and Osceola (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press): Edson L. Whitney, Frances Melville Perry: ...

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Massasoit smoking a ceremonial pipe with Governor John Carver in Plymouth 1621.

Metacomet (C1639-1676) Nalso Known As King Philip Or Metacom Chief Of The Wampanoag Native Americans The Death Of Metacomet 12 August 1676 Near Bristol ...

King Philip's head was secreted away by a colonial family that was friendly to him. The Leonard family kept King Philip's head for many generations, ...

King Philip's War. 1676, The death of Wampanoag chief Metacomet ...

Narragansett, Native American Cultures. Contents. Origins of the Narragansett; Relations with European Settlers; King Philip's War

This artist's rendition of Metacomet, or King Philip as he was known to the English, is most likely inaccurate, yet it is one of the most enduring images of ...

America's Most Devastating Conflict: King Philip's War

As sachem of the Wampanoag, Metacomet (known as King Philip to the whites) discussed a treaty with the settlers.

“The Tragedy of King Philip and the Destruction of the New England Indians.” American Heritage Magazine, Vol. 10, Issue 1, Dec.

History of King Philip, sovereign chief of the Wampanoags: including the early history of

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Metacomet (C1639-1676) Nalso Known As King Philip Or Metacom Chief Of The Wampanoag Native Americans The Death Of Metacomet 12 August 1676 Near Bristol ...

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Metacom/Metacomet, known to New England's residents as King Philip (left), was the leader of the Wampanoag Indians. In 1675 Philip led the Wampanoags and

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