Military List Of Queen Anne's War Battles

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List of every major Queen Anne's War battle, including photos, images, or maps of the most famous Queen Anne's War battles when available. While it is not a comprehensive list of all skirmishes, conflicts, or battles that took place in the Queen Anne's War, we have tried to include as many military events and actions as possible. All the battles on this Queen Anne's War list are currently listed alphabetically, but if you want to find a specific battle you can search for it by using the "search". Information about these Queen Anne's War battles are included below as well, such as their specific locations and who was involved in the fight.

List battles include Battle of Bloody Creek, Siege of Port Royal and many more.
Apalachee massacre is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list List Of Queen Anne's War Battles
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Apalachee massacre


The Apalachee massacre was a series of brutal raids by English colonists from the Province of Carolina and their Indian allies against a largely pacific population of Apalachee Indians in northern Spanish Florida that took place during Queen Anne's War in 1704. Against limited Spanish and Indian resistance, a network of missions was destroyed; most of the population either was killed or captured, fled to larger Spanish and French outposts, or voluntarily joined the English. The only major event of former Carolina Governor James Moore's expedition was the Battle of Ayubale, which marked the only large-scale resistance to the English raids. Significant numbers of the Apalachee, unhappy with ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: Spanish Florida

Part of: Queen Anne's War

Battle of Flint River is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list List Of Queen Anne's War Battles
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Battle of Flint River


The Battle of Flint River was a failed attack by Spanish and Apalachee Indian forces against Creek Indians in October 1702 in what is now the state of Georgia. The battle was a major element in ongoing frontier hostilities between English traders from the Province of Carolina and Spanish Florida, and it was a prelude to more organized military actions of Queen Anne's War. The Creeks, assisted by a small number of Englishmen led by trader Anthony Dodsworth, ambushed the invaders on the banks of the Flint River. More than half of the Spanish-Indian force was killed or captured. Both English and Spanish authorities reacted to the battle by accelerating preparations that culminated in the Siege ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: Georgia, United States of America

Part of: Queen Anne's War

Battle of Fort Albany is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list List Of Queen Anne's War Battles
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Battle of Fort Albany


The Battle of Fort Albany was an attack by French colonial volunteers and their native allies against the Canadian Hudson's Bay Company outpost of Fort Albany in the southern reaches of Hudson Bay. About 70 Frenchmen and 30 Indians attacked the fort, which was under the command of John Fullartine. Fullartine repulsed the attack, killing eighteen men including the leaders. He lost two men to ambush on their way back to the fort shortly after the attack. ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: Ontario, Canada

Part of: Queen Anne's War

Battle of St. John's is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list List Of Queen Anne's War Battles
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Battle of St. John's


The Battle of St. John's was the French capture of St. John's, the capital of the British Colony of Newfoundland, on 1 January 1709 [O.S. 21 December 1708], during Queen Anne's War. A mixed and motley force of 164 men led by Joseph de Monbeton de Brouillan de Saint-Ovide, king's lieutenant to Philippe Pastour de Costebelle, the French governor of Plaisance, quickly overwhelmed the British garrison at St. John's, and took about 500 prisoners. Costebelle, whose resources were too limited to hold St. John's, destroyed its fortifications and abandoned it in April 1709. It was later reoccupied by the British. French colonial outposts in Newfoundland were abandoned after France ceded control of ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: St. John's, Canada

Part of: Queen Anne's War

Combatants: France