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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 16 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 11, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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of Kittery, and Edward Rishworth, of York......May, 1653 Wells, Saco, and Cape Porpoise declared towns......1653 Englis at Mare Point, Feb. 18; Pemaquid, Feb. 26. Indians attack Wells several times; again attack Black Point, May 16-18, and ambk Sept. 21, and returns home leaving 100 men as garrison at Wells......September, 1690 Five months truce signed at Sagadahs on May 1, he returns to York and sends a reinforcement to Wells. Shortly after their arrival they are attacked by 200 Indi92 Five hundred French and Indians under Burneffe attack Wells, defended by a small garrison and two sloops, which had jusns......Jan. 7, 1699 Indians under French leaders attack Wells, Cape Porpoise, Saco, Scarborough, Casco, Spurwink, and Pur Rev. George Whitefield visits Maine and preaches at York, Wells, and Biddeford......1741 First attack of Indians (the fiduring......1746 By May 1, 1747, the whole frontier from Wells to Topsham is infested with Indians, who make an attack on