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The Deerfield Massacre was a result of confrontations between British settlers expanding into Massachusetts and Native Americans who believed their territories were being encroached upon at an increasing rate. Haefeli & Sweeney (2005) noted that “no rigid barrier” separated the British from the Native Americans, so there were no set limits from the Massachusetts Bay Colony or the Crown regarding the western extent of Britain’s realm. Native Americans found more sympathetic allies in the French, who were also competing with the British over eastern North America. The Deerfield Massacre occurred during Queen Anne’s War, a series of confrontations between Britain and France to determine European hegemony. Although most of the fighting that took place during Queen Anne’s War occurred in Europe, the war spread to North America...

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