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  1. La Guerra de Lord Dunmore, también conocida como la Guerra de Dunmore, fue un conflicto de 1774 entre la Colonia de Virginia y las naciones indígenas Shawnee y Mingo. El gobernador de la Colonia de Virginia durante el conflicto era John Murray, 4º Conde de Dunmore, Lord Dunmore. Pidió a la House of Burgesses de Virginia que declarara un estado de guerra con las naciones indias y llamara a la milicia. El conflicto fue el resultado de la escalada de violencia entre los colonos ...

  2. Lord Dunmore's War—or Dunmore's War—was a 1774 conflict between the Colony of Virginia and the Shawnee and Mingo American Indian nations. The Governor of Virginia during the conflict was John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore—Lord Dunmore. He asked the Virginia House of Burgesses to declare a state of war with the Indian nations and call out the militia. The conflict resulted from escalating violence between white settlers, who, in accordance with previous treaties, were exploring ...

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  3. Lord Dunmore’s War, (1774), Virginia-led attack on the Shawnee Indians of Kentucky, removing the last obstacle to colonial conquest of that area. During the early 1770s the Shawnee watched with growing distress the steady encroachment upon their rich Kentucky hunting grounds by white trappers, traders, speculators, and settlers.

  4. 24/06/2022 · Lord Dunmore's War was fought between Virginian colonists and the Shawnee, Mingo, and Delaware Indians. The fighting and/or troop movements were in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio. Most men who served in Lord Dunmore's War were between the ages of 16 and 60, born between 1714-1758. Some were born as early as 1704 or as late as 1762.

  5. 24/01/2022 · Guerra de Lord Dunmore, (1774), ataque liderado por Virginia contra los indios Shawnee de Kentucky, eliminando el último obstáculo para la conquista colonial de esa área. A principios de la década de 1770, los Shawnee vieron con creciente angustia la constante invasión de sus ricos cotos de caza de Kentucky por parte de tramperos, comerciantes, especuladores y colonos blancos.