The Massachusett are a Native American people who historically lived in areas
surrounding Massachusetts ... In 1869 Massachusetts passed the Indian
Enfranchisment Act. They granted the Massachusett ...
Jul 9, 2011 ... An Indian-Negro half-blood of Framingham, Massachusetts, near Boston, noted
as the leader and first person slain in the Boston massacre of ...
Valleys of the Charles and Neponset rivers in eastern Massachusetts, including
the present site of Boston and its suburbs. ... Subdivisions - Six main divisions,
called by the names of their chiefs: Chickataubut ... Praying Indian Villages.
Natick is home of the first Praying Indian Church (present day Eliot Church of ...
assimilation of this Algonkian language, Eliot's Massachusetts-Natick Bible is ...
mighty Wampanoag Chief, the colonist removed the Natick Praying Indians to
Visit reports, news, maps, directions and info on Profile Rock - Indian Chief in
He stood in front of the Big Indian Gift Shop, which then became the Big Indian
Plaza. ... The out-of-place Plains Indian chief is the largest in all of Massachusetts
Links to tribes and Indian support organizations. ... Massachusetts Commission
on Indian Affairs | North American Indian Center of Boston | Rhode ... the
reservation is approximately ¼ of an acre, large enough for Chief Aurelius Pipers'
Narragansett Bay, Massachusetts ... Chief Hancock assembled 500 neighboring
Indians to eradicate settlers for frequently raiding his village, kidnaping women ...
National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month Hassanamisco
Reservation, Worcester County, Massachusetts .... reservation today is
maintained by the Nipmuc Nation Tribal Council, and Chief Natachaman (Walter
Indian Chief Massasoit Statue-Plymouth,Massachusetts | See more about
Massachusetts, Indian and Plymouth.