Which describes a result of the Pequot War and King Philip's War?
A. Colonists abandoned their burned towns and settled closer to the coast.
B. Both colonists and Indians suffered many deaths of innocent people.
C. Colonists and Indians reached an agreement, and there was no more warfare between them.
D. Most white settlers were forced to move farther west.
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I think it's B.
The Peqout war was triggered by a dispute between English and Dutch traders over control of the fur trade. The Peqout tribe allied themselves with the Dutch and the Mohegen tribe were allied with the English. The result of the war was that the English came to dominate the fur trade in the region, and Peqot tribe was almost annihilated with most of its people either killed or captured and sold into slavery.
The King Phillips war was a conflict between the New England colonies and native tribes over control of the land. The alliance of native tribes was led by Metacom (called "King Phillip" by the English) The war started badly for the Colonists who suffered several defeats; however in the end the Natives were defeated and forced to give up control of their lands.