- Title Pages
- List of Figures, Maps, and Tables
- A Note on Method
- 1 “For the best ordering of the militia”
- 2 The Massachusetts Bay Militia and the Practice of Impressment during King Philip’s War
- 3 Many Men, Many Choices
- 4 Few Men, Few Options
- 5 The Pressed Men of Essex County
- 6 The Effects of Impressment
- Appendix 1 The Soldiers of Essex County in King Philip’s War, 1675–1676
- Appendix 2 Rowley’s 1662 Tax List: Ranked by Family with Soldiers’ Families Highlighted
- Appendix 3 Topsfield’s 1668 Tax List: Ranked by Family with Soldiers’ Families Highlighted
- Appendix 4 An Examination of the Age of Essex County Soldiers and Officers in King Philip’s War, 1675–1676
- Appendix 5 The Occupations of the Soldiers of Essex County, 1675–1676
- Abbreviations Used in the Notes
- Selected Bibliography
- About the Author
- A Rabble in Arms
Kyle F. Zelner
- NYU Press
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