Ridgefield and Fairfield County’s Native Populations, Episode Four: King Philip’s War

Ridgefield and Fairfield County’s Native Populations, Episode Four: King Philip’s War

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Kate Mozier-Tichy, a Masters candidate in Information and Library Sciences at Southern CT State University. In this episode, she tells us about King Phillip’s War (1675-76), which was a pivotal conflict in the relations between the English settlers and the Natives.

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Episode 1: The Founding of Ridgefield

Learn about the original purchase of Ridgefield and the lasting influence of Native Americans in the area with Kate Mozier-Tichy, a Master’s candidate in Information and Library Sciences at Southern CT State University.

In future episodes, Kate will discuss:

  • The Ramapough Tribe
  • The Pequot War
  • King Phillip’s War and later colonial warfare
  • Native Americans and the Revolution

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Episode 2: The Ramapo Village Indians

Who were the Ramapo Village Indians, and what happened to them?

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Episode 3: The Pequot War

Kate Mozier-Tichy tells us about the Pequot War during the period between 1636 and 1638. 

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Episode 4: King Phillip's War

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