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Queen Anne's War
(1702 - 1713)

1702September - Saint Augustine is captured and burnt by English colonists
17024 November - Queen Anne's War begins when the French and their Indian allies attack some New England settlements in the frontier
170310 August - Abenakis Indians raided some settlements in Maine
170428/29 February - The French attack Deerfield, Massachusetts
170428 July - The English attack Acadia
170821 September - The French capture St. Johns bringing the eastern shore under French control
1710October - British capture Port Royal
1711August - 12,000 colonials and Englishmen and the largest fleet ever assembled in N.America moves northward toward Montreal
1711August - Admiral Walker loses eight ships and a thousand men in a dense fog at the mouth of the St. Lawrence, and refuses to go further
171311 April - The Treaty of Utrecht ends Queen Anne's War
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