Editor's Note:

In Plymouth Colony (home of the editor) alone, losses were close to eight percent of its adult male population, a smaller percentage of women and children to Indian warfare or other causes associated with the war,  about 2,000 indian men killed or who died of injuries in the war, more than 3,000 dying of sickness or starvation, and another 1,000 Indians sold into slavery and transported to other areas, such as the British-controlled islands in the Caribbean. About 2,000 Indians escaped to other tribes to the north or west; they joined continued Indian attacks from those bases well into the next century. Historians estimate that, as a result of King Philip's War, the Indian population of southern New England was reduced by about 40 to 80 percent.[citation needed]

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