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Class groups examine conflicting primary and secondary sources describing the 1704 attack on the fort at Deerfield by French and Native Americans and analyze the implications of discrepancies.
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- Conduct a mini-lesson on denotative and connotative language before introducing this resource
- The sixth in a series of an eight-resource unit that focus on the conflicts between the Pocumtucks and European settlers
- Previous lessons, especially the study of the 1675 attack at Bloody Brook and the 1676 attack at The Falls, scaffold for, and provide background and context for the 1704 attack on Deerfield
- The History Of Deerfield, Vol. I, pg. 285
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