Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704

This award winning site draws the reader into history as witnessed from multiple perspectives.  Discover the mystery of the French and Indian raid on colonial Deerfield, Massachusetts, where five cultures clashed in a brutal attack. Students will read explanations from
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This award-winning site draws the reader into history as witnessed from multiple perspectives. Discover the mystery of the French and Indian raid on colonial Deerfield, Massachusetts, where five cultures clashed in a brutal attack. Students will read explanations from a wide range of historians. Facts are not so easy to determine. Site provides lots of interactive pictures, audio, and photos of artifacts.

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