The Boyd Massacre occurred in 1809, when natives killed and ate between 66 and 70 crew members of the ship Boyd. Where did it happen?

in the Caribbean
in Sri Lanka
in New Zealand
in Java
The attack on the ship was a revenge for the whipping of a young Māori chief by the crew. Ac­cord­ing to Māori norms, this war­rant­ed a violent ret­ri­bu­tion. Can­ni­bal­ism was already a regular practice in Māori wars. News of the events stopped shipping visits to to the country over the next few years.

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in the Caribbean
in Sri Lanka
in New Zealand
in Java
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flagItaly
27%
9%
45%
18%
11
flagthe United States
27%
12%
37%
20%
94
flagthe Netherlands
54%
9%
36%
0%
11
flagthe United Kingdom
34%
15%
35%
14%
105
flagIndia
33%
6%
33%
20%
15
flagPoland
34%
15%
28%
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flagUnknown
25%
25%
25%
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12
flagGermany
43%
6%
22%
27%
48
flagFrance
50%
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14

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men26%
women22%
in the Caribbean
35%
39%
in Sri Lanka
10%
16%
in New Zealand
26%
22%
in Java
26%
21%

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