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King William's War
(1689 - 1697)

168912 May - King William's War begins when Montreal is raided by Indians who are allied with the English
1689July - Dover, New Hampshire: First of a series of Indian massacres instigated by Frontenac, the governor of Canada
16909 February - French attack Schenectady, New York; Casco and Salmon Falls meet a similar fate shortly after
1690May - The English seize Port Royal
1690July - French and Indian raids against Falmouth (later Portland, Maine)
1690August - Indian massacre at Pemaquid, Maine
1690October - English launch an unsuccessful attack on Quebec under Phips
1691March - French attack Salmon Falls, New Hampshire
1691March - English again attack Quebec unsuccessfully
169127 March - The French recapture Port Royal
1694June - French and Indian raids against Durham, New Hampshire
1697March - French and Indian raids against Haverhill, Massachusetts
169730 September - King William's War ends with the Treaty of Ryswick
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