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The Northeast Coast campaign (also known as the Six Terrible Days) (10 August – 6 October 1703) was the first major campaign of Queen Anne's War in New England. Alexandre Leneuf de La Vallière de Beaubassin led 500 troops made up of French colonial forces and the Wabanaki Confederacy of Acadia (200 Mi'kmaq and others from Norridgewock). They attacked English settlements on the coast of present-day Maine between Wells and Casco Bay (now the Portland, Maine area), burning more than 15 leagues of New England country and killing or capturing more than 150 people. The English colonists were able to protect some of their settlements, but a number of others were destroyed and abandoned. Historian Samuel Drake reported that, "Maine had nearly received her death-blow" as a result of the campaign

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  • 北アメリカ北東岸の襲撃 (1703年)
  • Northeast Coast Campaign (1703)
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  • 1703年の北アメリカ北東岸の襲撃(きたアメリカほくとうがんのしゅうげき、英Northeast Coast Campaign、または恐怖の六日間))は、アン女王戦争中の、1703年8月10日から10月6日にかけて起こった一連の襲撃である。アレクサンドル・ルヌフ・ド・ラ・ヴァリエール・ド・ボーバサンが、フランス植民地軍の500人部隊と、アカディアのアベナキ同盟、そしてノリッジウォックのアベナキ族の兵を率いて、現在のメイン州沿岸部、ウェルズとカスコ湾の間に広がるイングランド人集落を15リーグ(約72キロ)以上に渡って焼き払った。 イエズス会の聖職者で歴史家でもあるシャルルヴォワは、300人が死傷したと示唆している。一方で、やはり歴史家のフランシス・パークマンは、戦況と統計から判断すれば、せいぜい死傷者は160人であると異を唱えている。
  • The Northeast Coast campaign (also known as the Six Terrible Days) (10 August – 6 October 1703) was the first major campaign of Queen Anne's War in New England. Alexandre Leneuf de La Vallière de Beaubassin led 500 troops made up of French colonial forces and the Wabanaki Confederacy of Acadia (200 Mi'kmaq and others from Norridgewock). They attacked English settlements on the coast of present-day Maine between Wells and Casco Bay (now the Portland, Maine area), burning more than 15 leagues of New England country and killing or capturing more than 150 people. The English colonists were able to protect some of their settlements, but a number of others were destroyed and abandoned. Historian Samuel Drake reported that, "Maine had nearly received her death-blow" as a result of the campaign
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