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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 ...

Massachuset Indian Chiefs and Leaders - Access Genealogy

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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 ...

Massachuset

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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. Cowate ...

Our History - Natick Praying Indians

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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 Deer ...

Assonet, MA - Profile Rock - Indian Chief - Roadside America

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Visit reports, news, maps, directions and info on Profile Rock - Indian Chief in Assonet, Massachusetts.

20-Foot-Tall Indian, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts

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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 , ...

Native American and Indigenous Studies Association | Tribes in the ...

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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' family.

Significant Native American Leaders - United States American History

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Narragansett Bay, Massachusetts ... Chief Hancock assembled 500 neighboring Indians to eradicate settlers for frequently raiding his village, kidnaping women ...

Hassanamisco Reservation -- National American Indian and Alaska ...

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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 A. Vickers).

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Massachusetts Indian Tribes - Access Genealogy

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Jul 9, 2011 ... Massachusetts Indian Tribes .... The marriage of Winnepurkit, a Massachuset chief whose lands were about Boston Harbor, to the daughter of ...

History of the Wampanoag Indians - Indians.org

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The Wampanoag Indians lived in what is now known as Massachusetts and Rhode ... Among the more famous Wampanoag chiefs were Squanto, Samoset, ...

Massachusetts Indians in the Revolutionary War | Native Heritage ...

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Mar 23, 2012 ... The Indians in Massachusetts were broken into two groups. Most… ... Solomon Uhhaunauwanumt, Chief sachem of the Stockbridge Indians, ...