The Siege of Pemaquid (August 2–3, 1689) was a successful attack by a large band of Abenaki Indians on the English fort at Pemaquid, Fort Charles, then the easternmost outpost of colonial Massachusetts (present-day Bristol, Maine). The French-Abenaki attack was led by Jean-Vincent d'Abbadie de Saint-Castin and Father Louis-Pierre Thury and Chief Moxus. The fall of Pemaquid was a significant setback to the English. It pushed the frontier back to Casco (Falmouth), Maine.

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  • The Siege of Pemaquid (August 2–3, 1689) was a successful attack by a large band of Abenaki Indians on the English fort at Pemaquid, Fort Charles, then the easternmost outpost of colonial Massachusetts (present-day Bristol, Maine). The French-Abenaki attack was led by Jean-Vincent d'Abbadie de Saint-Castin and Father Louis-Pierre Thury and Chief Moxus. The fall of Pemaquid was a significant setback to the English. It pushed the frontier back to Casco (Falmouth), Maine. (en)
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  • unknown
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  • Abenaki
  • 23px|alt="The Pine Tree flag of New England"New England Colonies
  • Acadia
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  • Acadian andWabanaki Confederacyvictory
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  • 18 to 30
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  • Baron Jean-Vincent d'Abbadie de Saint-Castin (en)
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  • unknown (en)
  • Possibly a total of 80 from both sides. (en)
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  • St. Castin and Father Louis-Pierre Thury and Chief Moxus (en)
  • Lieutenant James Weems (en)
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  • Siege of Pemaquid (en)
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  • --08-02
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  • Pemaquid (en)
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  • Acadian and Wabanaki Confederacy victory (en)
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  • 18 (xsd:integer)
  • 100 (xsd:integer)
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  • The Siege of Pemaquid (August 2–3, 1689) was a successful attack by a large band of Abenaki Indians on the English fort at Pemaquid, Fort Charles, then the easternmost outpost of colonial Massachusetts (present-day Bristol, Maine). The French-Abenaki attack was led by Jean-Vincent d'Abbadie de Saint-Castin and Father Louis-Pierre Thury and Chief Moxus. The fall of Pemaquid was a significant setback to the English. It pushed the frontier back to Casco (Falmouth), Maine. (en)
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  • Siege of Pemaquid (1689) (en)
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