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Tisquantum (ca. 1585 ? - November 30, 1622), variously spelled in 17th century documents ... Squanto's chief fame resulted from his efforts to bring about peaceable ... The name derives from the...

Squanto - Folk Hero - Biography.com


Dec 5, 2014 ... Name: Squanto ... A Patuxet Indian born in present-day Massachusetts, Squanto is believed to have been captured as a young ... acted as an interpreter between Pilgrim representatives and Wampanoag Chief Massasoit.

Squanto: The Former Slave – History of Massachusetts Blog


Sep 28, 2012 ... It is speculated that Squanto, whose real name was Tisquantum, had ... Invented Indian,” many historians don't believe Squanto was among ...

Samoset Biography - life, name, young, information, born, tall, house ...


The Abenaki chief Samoset from what is today Maine learned to speak English .... was an Indian by the name of Squanto, who had a better command of English.

Squanto Facts For Thanksgiving: 12 Things About His Bibliography ...


Nov 23, 2015 ... His birth name was Tisquantum. He is also ... Squanto served as an interpreter between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Chief Massasoit. 10. Squanto ... Squanto died from “Indian Fever” around November 1622. He was 42 ...

Squanto | Native American interpreter and guide | Britannica.com


Feb 5, 2009 ... Squanto, also called Tisquantum (died November 1622, Chatham Harbor, ... Governor William Bradford made him his Indian emissary, and he ... and acted as an interpreter with the Wampanoag tribe and its chief, Massasoit.

Squanto - Workers For Jesus


His name was Samoset, and he was able to speak English. ... Samoset left, but he returned the next day with an older Indian whose name was Squanto. ... The two spoke to the settlers for a while, and then Chief Massasoit came in for a ...

Squanto--God's Special Indian, a Thanksgiving Story - Christian ...


Tells the Thanksgiving story of Squanto, a Patuxet Indian who helped the ... new tongue awkward, but eventually he surprised himself: "My name is Squanto. .... Squanto was sent to invite friendly Chief Massasoit (MASS-a-soit) and his braves.

Squanto - RootsWeb - Ancestry.com


Feb 26, 2001 ... The names of the five Indians captured by Weymouth's men were Manida, ... who was chief of a group of some one hundred Indians (men, ...

Biographies for Kids: Squanto - Ducksters


Kids learn about the biography of the Native American Squanto including growing up, kidnapped, travel to Europe, helping the pilgrims, later ... Hunt tricked a number of Indians, including Squanto, to board his ship. ... Squanto became the interpreter for Massasoit, the Wampanoag chief. ... His birth name was Tisquantum.

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Squanto Facts - Native American Indian Facts


Facts about the famous Native American Indian named Squanto. A list of ... Squanto's birth name is Tisquantum and he has also been referred to as Squantum ...

Squanto facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...


Get information, facts, and pictures about Squanto at Encyclopedia.com. ... in 1614, as one of 20 Patuxet Indians kidnapped by English explorer Thomas Hunt. ... or civil chief, of the Wampanoag confederation in the wake of the epidemic. It was ...

Tisquantum ("Squanto" - MayflowerHistory.com


Offering to trade beaver, Hunt lured 24 Nauset and Patuxet Indians onboard his ... Tisquantum encountered a ship's captain by the name of Thomas Dermer, ...