The Wampanoag occupied southeastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
The Pocumtucks lived in Western Massachusetts, and the Mohegan and Pequot tribes lived in the Connecticut region.
Throughout these wars, New England was allied with the Iroquois Confederacy and New France was allied with the Wabanaki Confederacy.
The physical geography of New England is diverse for such a small area.
Southeastern New England is covered by a narrow coastal plain, while the western and northern regions are dominated by the rolling hills and worn-down peaks of the northern end of the Appalachian Mountains.
It has good employment prospects due to its proximity to Norwich, and contains a long stretch of the River Wensum (pictured) as well as the Royal Norwich Golf Club. Bebington, Wirral "Located close to the River Mersey, Bebington residents enjoy the ideal balance of living close to work, having access to good schools and high employment rates," said a statement from the Royal Mail.
Clockwise from top: skyline of Boston's financial district at night; a building of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut; a view from Nubble Light on Cape Neddick in Maine; view from Mount Mansfield in Vermont; and a fisherman on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
Take a look at the nine best places to live and work in England. Dronfield, North East Derbyshire The North Midlands town is located close to the city of Sheffield, and is only miles away from the picturesque Peak District National Park. Horsforth, Leeds Located five miles north-west of Leeds city town centre, the quaint Yorkshire town has good employment prospects and affords residents a high quality of life. Ipswich, Suffolk The town, located in the south-east of England, is one of the oldest in the UK.