|Founding Deerfield - In 1682, English families arrived for the third time to settle Deerfield, in the contested Pocumtuck homeland.
||Founding Montreal - Established in 1642, the hospital and missionary outpost of Montréal quickly became the trade center of New France.
New Kanienkehaka Communities - Following peace with New France
in 1666, many Kanienkehaka and other Iroquois moved to the northern
edge of their territory to form Christian communities and to protect
Lorette - The Wendat who founded Lorette in 1697 near Quebec
sought to balance traditional ways with French and Jesuit influences.
Schaghticoke and Odanak - Between the 1670s and 1760s, refugee
villages like Schaghticoke became
crucial gathering places for Native people from the Connecticut River
Valley who formed lasting alliances with the northern Wôbanakiak.