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In 1869 Massachusetts passed the Indian Enfranchisment Act. They granted ... or
Caring Hands from Stoughton, Massachusetts, who received her title of chief ...
Jul 29, 2014 ... An Indian-Negro half-blood of Framingham, Massachusetts, near ... and being
driven from tree to tree, the chief captain was wounded in the ...
Jan 13, 2015 ... Massachusetts Indian Tribes .... The marriage of Winnepurkit, a Massachuset
chief whose lands were about Boston Harbor, to the daughter of ...
Valleys of the Charles and Neponset rivers in eastern Massachusetts, including
the present site of Boston and its suburbs. ... Praying Indian Villages ... Politically,
they were divided into independent bands, each ruled by sub-chief, or sachem.
The Wampanoag Indians lived in what is now known as Massachusetts and ...
However, Chief Metacomet, sometimes known as King Philip, declared war on
Information about the Wampanoag Indian tribe of Massachusetts for students and
... A Wampanoag chief might wear a headdress made of feathers pointing ...
Mar 23, 2012 ... The Indians in Massachusetts were broken into two groups. Most… ... Solomon
Uhhaunauwanumt, Chief sachem of the Stockbridge Indians, ...
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'
Information on the Native American tribes of Massachusetts, with maps,
reservation addresses, classroom activities and recommended history books.