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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 2 0 Browse Search
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itain......March 30, 1713 Berwick incorporated out of the northern settlements of Kittery......June 9, 1713 Fort George erected on the west side of the Androscoggin, opposite the lower falls......1715 Parker's Island and Arrowsick made a town or municipal corporation by the name of Georgetown......June 13, 1716 Name of Saco changed to Biddeford......Nov. 18, 1718 First violence of the Three years or Lovewell's War, the fourth Indian war, was the taking of nine families on Merrymeeting Bay by sixty Indians in canoes, June 13; they attack the fort at St. George's River and burn Brunswick......June-July, 1722 One thousand men raised by the general court to carry on the Indian war......Aug. 8, 1722 Capt. Josiah Winslow and sixteen men, in two boats on the St. George's River, ambushed and surrounded by about 100 Indians in thirty canoes, and all killed......May 1, 1724 Father Sebastian Rasle, a Jesuit long located at the Indian village of Norridgewock on the Kenneb