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Dawnland Time Line - 1701 to 1713
Queen Ann's War

Last Updated Dec-2008

Period Summary - In New England, a short period of peace from 1699 to 1703 occurred. Queen Anne's War began in Europe in 1702. Few English settlers had time to return to coastal Maine, but those that did, suffered once again. And once again, French officers, French weapons, and Jesuit Priests were visibly involved in the Abenaki raids on New England.

A Table of Events Affecting Wabanaki People
for the period 1701 to 1713 (Queen Ann's War)
with links to additional information
Date Event Location Notes More
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1701 Treaty Northeast French vs Iroquois  
1701 Epidemic Odanak large numbers die  
1703 Attack Cape Porpus ME  
1704, Apr.21 Order Boston MA no Indian is to go more than a mile outside of the bounds of their respective plantations on pain of death; also, some suitable Englishman is to be appointed to aid them in disposing of their wares  
abt 1704 The Amasacontee move to Mission Village in Quebec Farmington ME to Bécancour Quebec  
1707-1715 Pigwackets live at Odanak Fryeburg ME to Odanak Quebec  
1713 Treaty of Utrecht European English vs French
France cedes Wabanaki lands to England without their knowledge
 
1713, Jul.13 Treaty of Portsmouth New England English vs Wabanaki ... Indians from Amasacontee are included