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PETER, a Tarratine, attacks Bradford, iii. 111. POMETACOM, name of PHILIP, which see.
when Pluilip is killed, iii. 51 ; a chief cap- Pomumsks, a Narraganset, ii. 84.
tain, 69; a messenger from Church, 71. Pontiak, a great Diloway chief, v. 50; be-
[100. assassinated, 57.
Poor, Gen. defeats the Indians, v. 91
in chief, ii. 28; origin of his English name, Poquin, or Poquoim, a Narraganset, ii. 82.
son of the divisions among his followers, 91. PUTTAQUPPUUNCK, a Pequot, ii. 108.
taking of St. Francis, 134 ; at the taking Putnam, Gen. and CORNPLANTER, v. 116.
(na, iv. 76.
Capt. Hutchinson in Philip's war, iii. 29.
visits the Pilgrims, 22; trealy, 30.
QUALAPEN, of great note and authority
among the Narragansets, ii. 70; in Philip's
Quakers, friends to Indians, iii. 36.
QUAME, a Pequot prisoner, ii. 108.
QUANNAPOHIT, JAMES, a Nipmuk, iii. 80 ;
QUANNAPOHIT, THOMAS, iii. 88, 89, 92.
Smith, iv. 10; reveals a plot against his QUAQUALH wounded in a fight, iii. 74.
QUINNAPIN, a noble Narraganset ; son of
CONJANAQUAND; brother-in-law to Phil.
her account of, 57; returns with Philip tó
Pokanoket; shot at Newport, ib.
QUEQUEGUNENT, a Narraganset, son of of their country, 145; private insults, ib.;
proclamation of Gov. Reynolds against, 146;
147; war ensues, 149–158.
Sagadahock, colony of, ii. 7.
SAGAMORE JOHN, a noted Nipmuk, iii. 79;
permitted to execute MATOONAS, ib.
SAGAMOR E SAM.-See SHOSHANIM.
doie of, ii. 49, n.; bis History of the World, SAGOYEWATHA.-See RED-JACKET.
50, n.; beheaded, ib., visited Carolina, iv.29. SAKAWESTON, a N. Eng. Indian, taken lo
accused of exciting them to war with the lish into the Bohemian war, ii. 8.
Saltonstall, Sir R. fined, ii. 47.
SAM KAMA, Philip's counsellor, iii. 19.
SAMOSET visits the Pilgrims ; his account of
himself and country; his dress described, ii.
speech to a missionary, 98, 99; his acts in SAMPSON, attorney to Philip, iii. 14.
Sannap, office of the, ii. 58, n.
SassaUOPEOMEN. See OPITCHEPAN.
lignant and furious, 73; rumor of a marriage
the English, ib.; a terror to his neighbors,
101; English make war upon him ; destroys
Winthrop, 108; killed by the Mohawks,109.
ica, i. 6; all men have one origin, 10. ii. 108; secretary to Philip; preacher at
9; in the Pequot war, 10; WoosansaMAN,
to Philip, 14; witnesses Philip's treaty at
SASSEMORE, BETTY, dau. of J. Sassamon, iii.
SAUSEMAN, a principal Sogkonate. iii. 66.
Savage, Maj. in Philip's war, ii. 89.
Scarborough taken by MUGG, ii. 110.
Schenectady, destructiou of, i. 31.
company of whites and Indians, v. 7; with
takes Gen. Winchester prisoner, ib.; at the Scuttup sells Narragansel, ii. 81; ii. 64.
Sealy, Lieut. in the Pequot war, ii. 91.
with king Philip, 111. 15; captured at Lan- Seminoles, their name and origin, iv. 25; wars
with, 63—66 ; 70—96 ; removal by U.S. (3.
SENAUKI in Eng. with Gen.Oglethorpe, iv.30.
Seneca supposed to refer to America, i. 6.
SEQUASSON, chief under Miantunnomoh, ii.
64 ; one of his men wounds Uncas, 88.
SEQUIN, supposed author of a cruel massacre
Sewan, bags of wampum, ii. 79.
with the Foxes, v. 142; war with the Me- Sharunese, facts in the history of, v. 4.
SHEEPSCOTT, John, a Tarratine, iii. 121. Sosoman.See SASSAMON.
Florida ; dies in the country, iv. 26.
Philadelphia, ib., a Cayuga; his death, 18. Southworth, Constant, iii. 15, 21, 58.
Washington, y: 35; disappoints him, 36 ; Spaniards murder a French colony, iv. 26.
moh to Waiandance, 63; Úncas 1o Mian-
trales of Boston, 72; of Mexham, 75; of
95; betrayed into the hands of the whites, of Philip, iii. 23, 45; of Passaconaway, 94 ;
uel, ib.; or John Neptune, 137; of Powha.
(73. Capt. Smith in England, 18; of Opekauka-
thorpe, 30; Tomochichi io him, ib. ; the
same to the king of Eng. ib.; of Attakulla-
dog to Mr. Ellicoll, 48; of Weatherford to
Lafayette, 62; Pashamata to him, ib.; of
Oseola, 72; of Grangula, v. 6; of Adario,
27; visits England; speech to the king, 14; or Canassalego, 19; of Glikhikan; of
Half-king, 22; Nelawatwees ; of Tadeus-
kund, 26; of Red-jacket to a missionary,
gov. Penn. 105; of Farmer's-brother, 108;
Tecuinseh, 121 ; of Black-thunder,136 ; of
Eng.; so names it from Nova Albion, ii. 19; of Metea, 139; of Keewagoushkum, 140;
land for medical aid; dies in London, ib. SQUAMATT, son of Awashonks, iii. 67.
of Narragansel, 53.75, 76, 81, 82 ; ii. 36, 47. cause of the eastern war, ib.; burns Saco,
103; restores a captive, 104; a powow, ib.
takes prisoner a chief at Tippecanoe battle, grims, 14; his death, 15; the only Indian
who escaped the great plague, 16 ; saves the
ing eels for the English, ib.; taken prisoner
ception, 38 ; pilots the English to Massa.
for witcherast, v. 103; tried for murder by SQUAW-SACHEM, of Massachusetts, ii. 40;
widow of Nanepashemet; marries Web-
cowit, 41 ; treats with the English, 42.
SQUAW-SACHEM.See MAGNUS and WEE- TARUMKIN, chief of the Androscoggins, in.
105; speech in the Taconnel council, ib.
gansels ; father of Canonicus, f. 53.
dians, ii. 16, 23; aids Massasoit against Ca- TASSUCKE, a Tarratine, ii. 101.
TatchIQUACHI, a Creek chief, iv. 29.
surrenders to the whites, wbo bebead him,
bis army, v. 74; biographical notice of, 76, TaTTACOMMET, iii. 65, 67 ; Tokkamona, 73.
n.; commissioner at Fort Harmer, 111. TAVOSER, one of Philip's council, iii. 19.
TAWERAKET, a noled Iroquois chief, i. 31.
Taylor, Capt. a Cherokee chief, iv. 61.
TECUMSEH, chief of the Shawanees, evdear.
ors to raise the Creeks against the whites,
iv. 55 ; early exploit of, v. 120; speech to
Gov. Harrison, 121; difficulties with, ib.;
TEEYEEN EHOGAROW,one of the five Iroquois
who visited England in 1710, v. 14.
hontas lo educate him, iv. 18, 19; betrays Tensau settement destroyed, iv. 55.
Sir W. Ralegh, 20; dies in wretchedness, ib. TEYONINHOKER AWEN (John Norton) visits
Eng.,v. 131 ; at the capture of Niagara, 132.
Thacher, Anthony, ii. 22.
between Old and Nev, iii. 117, n.; 118, n. Theopompus refers to America, i. 3.
Thomas, John, dies, aged 110, ii. 49.
Thomas, of Nashoba, ii. 118.
Thomas, a Tarratine of Negusset, ii. 100.
Thompson, Gen. killed in Florida, iv. 81.
[ca, i. 16.
Tillon, Lieut. attacked, ji. 126.
Tippecanoe, battle of, v. 124.
allacks Newbury, willl; attacks Sturgeon TISPEQUIN.-See WATUSPEQUIN.
Tituba accused as a witch, ii. 118, 119.
TOBACCO-EATER, a Muscogee, iv. 44.
Tobacco, act against disorderly drinking. ii.
28; events of his life, 28,29; his death, ib. powok, iv. 6.
TOHATOONER -See NattAHATTAWANTS.
society named for; legends concerning, 17. ful to Eng., 25—29; aids Standish against
TOKINOSH, a Christian Indian, ii. 118.
antunnomoh, ii.:64, n; his life attempted, 69. TOM-JEMMY.-See SoonONGISE.
Smith in his survey of the coast. ii. 8, n. Tom, Taloson's brother's son, iii. 61; per-
kills people at Hamnion, iji. 123
Toxochichi, sachem of Yamacraw, iv. 29 ; | UNKOMPOIN, uncle to Philip, ii. 28; his chief
interview with Gen. Oglethorpe; goes with counsellor, ii. 14, n. ; claims lands in Swan-
henitt, 20; killed at Taunton River, 39.
Eng. as a spy, iv. 14; his singular enume- Uppowoc (tobacco), iv. 6.
the Spaniards, 30.
Pamonkey; successor of Nikotowance; Vanhorn, Maj. defeat of, v. 125.
killed in the Rechahecrian war, iv, 23. Vaudreuil, Gov. attacks N. E. iji. 140.
Venegas on peopling America, i. 7.
Vercheres killed at Haverhill, iii. 140.
Virginia, settlement of, iv. 14—24.
with nine sachems, 30; the Massachuselis, Vscas. - See UNCAS.
81; Fort Harmer, 111; Black Hawk, 147. WABAN, 1.49, 53, 112, n.;114-116; ii. 11, 81.
Wabinga, River Indians, iii. 97 ; v. 14, n. T.
Wadsworth, Capt. defeat and death, iii. 33.
Waite, Serg. Richard, ii. 75, 84.
Wakely, Mr. his family murdered, iii. 103.
Walcut, the ruler, iii. 11.
Walton, Col. expedition of, iii. 120.
WAMBERQUASKE, a Pequot, ii. 109.
Wamesit, Indians burnt there, ii. 117.
Wampanoogs, dominions of, ii. 18.
sachem of Namassakeeset, iii. 17.
Sequasson, ii,64 ; war wiib Miantunnomoh, ii. 44; some of his people killed by Uncas,
. 63, n.
. 35; all wars
WARRUNGUNT, a Penobscot chief, iii. 124.
Washington, Gen. iv. 46; embassy to the
French, v. 35—37; measures of, towards