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which of the following resulted from king philip's war ?
Weegy: The outcome of King Philip’s War was devastating to the traditional way of life for Native People in New England. Hundreds of Natives who fought with Philip were sold into slavery abroad. [ Others, especially women and children, were forced to become servants locally. As the traditional base of existence changed due to the Colonists’ victory, the Wampanoag and other local Native communities had to adapt certain aspects of their culture in order to survive." ] (More)
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what happened after the albany plan of union was drafted? use the table and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following questions.
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