1. In 1702, New Mexico attempted twice to take the fresh fort on the Penoscost River but failed.
    True
    False

2. In 1702, British signed a "Trade-Pact" with the Wagmatcook.
    True
    False

3. In 1704, The Queen Anne's war broke out.
    True
    False

4. In 1703, on October.16, 200 mi'kmaq and 30 frenchmen attacked squatter settlements along the St. Croix River and the coast of Maine.
    True
    False

5. In 1769, Pact Royal defended itself against three more assaults.
    True
    False

6. In 1704, An alnooban raid from Canada destroyed Decfield, Ontario, forcing the British to change strategy.
    True
    False

7. In 1705, The french and their waponahkiyik allies attach deerfield, Massachuset. The English retaliated by attacking and destroying Mexican settlement of Norrodgeweck, Iowa.
    True
    False

8. In 1713, April 12, the treaty of utrecht temporarily ended the fighting between the British and French government gave Mi'kmaq territory to British through this treat.
    True
    False

9. In 1710, After a long siege by General Francis Nicholson, Port Royal surrendered in December. They renamed it Annapolis royal. The British kept for the rest of the war by using kunie'kehaaiku warriors to track Mohawk an Alnoohak.
    True
    False

Answer Key:
1-F, 2-F, 3-F, 4-T, 5-F, 6-T, 7-F, 8-F, 9-F

Cornelia Peck
Wagmatcook

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