Queen Anne's War


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Queen Anne's War:

see French and Indian WarsFrench and Indian Wars,
1689–1763, the name given by American historians to the North American colonial wars between Great Britain and France in the late 17th and the 18th cent.
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The initial emission of paper money in Massachusetts during Queen Anne's War, for example, seems to have had little effect on the price level because specie was draining out of the colony.
In the early hours of February 19, 1704, during the period now known as Queen Anne's War, the settlement suffered its most devastating attack, in what has become known as the Deerfield Massacre.
King William's War (1689-1697) was followed by Queen Anne's War (1702-1713) which was followed in turn by King George's War (1744-1748).
The backdrop of the story is Queen Anne's War: England and France are at war over the succession to the Spanish throne.
(On the North American Continent, this meant war between England and France also, and there it was called Queen Anne's War.) Leading the Allied forces against Francis was John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough.
Queen Anne's War (1702-1713), the second of the French and Indian Wars, began May 4, 1702.
The play is set in the time of Queen Anne's War (1702-13), and it seems to have been Cooper's intention to create a legendary history for his native New Jersey, as Washington Irving had done for New York.
Queen Anne's War ended with Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and the Hudson Bay Territory going to--
29, 1704, when 56 British colonists in Deerfield were killed by French and American Indian forces during Queen Anne's War.
At first appearances, it offers a grand synthesis of the four major wars between France and Britain during the colonial period of American history: the War of the Grand Alliance, 1688-1697 (King William's War); the War of the Spanish Succession, 1701-1714 (Queen Anne's War); the War of the Austrian Succession, 1740-1748 (King George's War); and the Seven Years War, 1756-1763 (the French and Indian War).
Queen Anne's War (1702-1713) was ended by the Treaty of Utrecht, which brought the War of the Spanish Succession to a close in Europe.
In Queen Anne's War, the French invaded New England, but at the end ceded important Canadian territory to England, including Acadia.