Early Colonial Conflict – L3.2 – US History with Mr. Peterson


Today Mr. Peterson and Kingdom Lyceum take a look at the period of time in between the establishment of the thirteen original colonies and the build-up to the American War for Independence. Things weren’t all gravy for the early colonists. Today’s lesson tackles three early colonial conflicts: The Pequot War, King Philip’s War, and Bacon’s Rebellion.

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All images used are either original, from the public domain, or cited below:

New England tribe map – By Nikater; adapted to English by Hydrargyrum – Wikimedia Commons – Image:Wohngebiet_Südneuengland.png, as of 5 July 2006, CC BY-SA 3.0,

John Eliot portrait – By Unknown – Roxbury Latin School, PD-US,

Praying Town historical marker – By Doug Kerr from Albany, NY, United States – Grafton, Massachusetts, CC BY-SA 2.0,

New England settlements map – By – A map of the most inhabited part of New England, CC BY 2.0,

13 Colonies Map – By Jon Platek – Own work ( Base map used is found here, uploaded by Roke ), CC BY-SA 3.0,

Pile of Poo emoji – By Google – Apache License 2.0,



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