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Northeast Coast Campaign

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Northeast Coast Campaign (1745)

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Northeast Coast Campaign (1755)

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Northeast Coast Campaign (1677)

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Northeast Coast Campaign (1724) Top #7 Facts

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Looking after the North East coast

The Northeast Coast Campaign (1755) occurred toward the end of Father Le Loutre's War and the beginning of the French and Indian War, in which the Wabanaki Confederacy of Acadia raided the British communities along the former border of New England and Acadia in present-day Maine.
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