Deerfield's first half-century, starting in 1670, was a struggle to survive numerous Indian attacks. But more than a site of bloodshed, Deerfield offers an extraordinary opportunity to study larger issues of colonial war and society.Deerfield's first half-century, starting in 1670, was a struggle to survive numerous Indian attacks. But more than a site of bloodshed, Deerfield offers an extraordinary opportunity to study larger issues of colonial war and society.Read Less
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None. Very Good in Good jacket. This book has an off-white dj with blue and white lettering and a period map illustration. Rear cover is a photo of the author. Melvoin writes about the bloody Colonial history of Deerfield, Mass., site of the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and many other skirmishes. 368 pages, including index; approx. 5"x8". Book is in very good condition with light wear; jacket is in good condition with edgewear, rubbing, wear, and soil.
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