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Sanchez, Alonzo, supposed voyage of, | SMITH, CAPTAIN John, his return to Eng.
(1484), 100.

land, 295;
Sandys, Sir Edwin, second treasurer of comes to New England, [1614), 327;
the Virginia Company, 305;

profits of his voyages, 329 ;
assists the Puritans, 381.

the friend of Henry Hudson, 345.
San Mateo, Spanish fort in Florida, 218. Smith, John, Separatist pastor at Gains-
San SALVADOR, first land seen by Colum-

borough, 376;
bus. (See Guanahani), (1492], 113. at Amsterdam, 379.
SantANGEL, LUIS DE, patron of Columbus, Smith, Rev. RALPH, at Salem and Nan.
109.

tasket, 520, 521.
SATOURIONA, Indian chief in Florida, 197; | Smith, Thomas, an officer of Clayborne,
welcomes De Gourgues, 216.

tried, 507.
ScHoodic RIVER. (See St. Croix.)

Smith, Sir Thomas, treasurer of the Vir-
SCRIVENER, a member of the Virginia coun-

ginia Company, 305;
cil, 290.

leader of a faction in its council, 481.
Scrooby, in Nottinghamshire, home of lead- SNORRI, first European child born in North
ing separatists, 372, 374.

America, (1007), 54.
“SEA ADVENTURE," wreck of, (1609), 292. SODERINI, letter from Vespucci to, 126.
SEGURA, John Baptist, Jesuit missionary, Solis, a navigator in the Caribbean Sea, 142.
220.

SOMERS, Sir GEORGE, patent granted to,
SELOOE, an Indian chief in Florida, 213.

(1606), 267;
SEVEN Cities, OR SEVEN Bishops, myth- sails for Virginia, 292;
ical island of, 13, 35.

his shipwreck, 292, 293, 294.
Seymour, RICHARD, chaplain of Popham SOMERS ISLANDS, the Bermudas so called,
colony, 318.

294.
SHELL-HEAPs in Europe and the United Somes's Sound, at Mount Desert, 325;
States, 14.

Argall lands at, 327.
SIDNEY, Sır HENRY, speech of, 227, 230, Soto, HERNANDO DE. (See De Soto.)
note;

South River. (See Delaware.)
quoted, 235.

SOUTHAMPTON, EARL OF, a patron of Ameri-
SIERRA NEVADA Mountains, picture-writ-

can voyages, 262;
ing in, 62.

treasurer of the Virginia Company,
Skelton, Rev. MR., pastor at Salem, 521 ;

477.
death of, 541.

"SPEEDWELL," the, a vessel of the Plym-
SKIWARROES, an Indian of Maine, 318.

outh Pilgrims, 385, 386.
Skolaus, the Pole, alleged discovery of SPRINGFIELD, Mass., founded, 552.
Labrador, (1477), 139

SQUANTO (or TISQUANTUM), Indian, kid.
SKRÆLLINGS, Indians so called by the North-

napped by Weymouth and others,
men, 44, 52.

331, 401.
Skulls, Fossil. The Calaverus skull, 17; STANDISH, Miles, reconnoitres the Massa.
the Neanderthal skull, 33;

chusetts shore, 391 ;
the Dorreby skull, 33 ;

fight with Massachusctts Indians, 408,
skulls from the American mounds, 33.

409;
Smith Point, Maryland, called St. Greg. at Merry Mount, 426,

ory by the first colonists, 491. Staten Island, bought by Pauw, (1630),
Smith, CAPTAIN John, quoted, 258 ;

432;
a member of the Jamestown colony, by the West India Company, 442.
269, 270;

STEUBENVILLE, Ohio, pictured rock at, 61.
his charges against Wingfield, 277 ; STEWART, CAPTAIN Isaac, evidence of in
made prisoner by Indians, 280 ;

regard to Welsh tradition, 71.
the Pocahontas story, 282;

STONE, SAMUEL, teacher at Newtown, 540;
his True Relation and General His. removes to Connecticut, 551.
tory, 283;

STONE, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, murdered by
trial of, (1608), 285 ;

the Connecticut Indians, 556.
explores Chesapeake Bay, 287 ; STRACHEY. William, quoted, 243, note,
president of the colony, (1608), 287;

257;

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STRACHEY, WILLIAM, his account of Poca- | UCITA, an Indian chief in Florida, 158.

hontas and Powhatan, quoted, 281, UNDERHILL, John, aids the Dutch
283, 285 ;

against the Indians, 458;
his account of Somers's shipwreck, commands Dutch expedition against
quoted, 292, 293.

Connecticut Indians, 460.
STRAT-FLUR, abbey of, in Wales, 67. USSELINCX, WILLIAM, suggests a Dutch
STUYVESANT, Peter, governor at Curaçoa,

West India Trading Company,
461 ;

(1624), 343, note ;
appointed governor of New Nether-

proposes a Swedish West India com-
land, 463.

pany, 465, 466.
SUSQUEHANNAH INDIANS, their hostility to Utrecht, Union of, [1579), 341.

Maryland settlers, 508;

war against them, 509.
SWAANENDAEL, Dutch colony at, (1631), VALLDIDIA, an Indian king known to
433;

the Norse, 53.
destroyed by Indians, 436 ;

VAN CURLER, ARENDT, manager at Rens-
site sold to West India Company, 442.

selaerswyck, 442.
VAN CURLER, JACOB, Dutch commissary on

the Connecticut, 440.
TAMOCOMO, son-in-law of Powhatan, Vane, Sir Henry, governor of Massachu-
304.

334 ;

220.

setts Bay, 553.
Thevet, ANDRÉ, French navigator, 310. Van TwilLER, WOUTER, governor of New
Thompson's Island, in Boston Harbor, 423.

Netherland, [1633), 436 et seq.
Thompson, David, settles at Portsmouth, Van Voorst, superintendent at Pavonia,

442.
at Thompson's Island, 423.

Vasco NUÑEZ. (See Balboa.)
THORBRANDSON, SNORRI, a Norse merchant, Velasco, Don Luis de, an Indian convert,

46.
THORFINN KARLSEFNE. (See Karlsefne.) VELASQUEZ, Don Diego, sends expedition
THORHALL, a Northman, 48.

to Gulf of Mexico, 148.
THORNE, Robert, letter of to Henry VIII., VERDRIETIG HOECK, Hudson River, 352.
(1527), 223.

VERHULT, William, governor of Dutch
THORSTEIN OF ERICSFIORD, sails for Vin-

colony, (1625), 367.
land, (1005), 45.

VERRAZANO, GIOVANNI DA, supposed voy-
THORVALD, the Northman, goes to America,

age of, (1523), 176 ;
42;

voyage to America, (1524), 177;
second voyage of, 43;

his theories regarding the globe,
death of, 44.

180.
THORVARD, a Greenlander, husband of VERRAZANO, HIERONIMUS Da, map by,
Freydis, 46, 57, 58.

176, note.
TILLEY, OR TILLIE, JOHN AND EDWARD, VESPUCCI, AMERIGO, sails with Ojeda,
early Plymouth colonists, 393, note,

(1499), 121 ;
and 398.

second voyage to Brazil, (1501), 122 ;
Tindall, Thomas, punished for an assault his letter to De Medici first printed,
on Lord Baltimore, 485.

(1504), 124;
Tinicum OR Tenacong Island, settled by letter to Soderini, 126.
Swedes, [1643), 471.

America named for him, (1507], 127.
TISQUANTUM. (See Squanto.)

VILLAGAGNON leads Huguenot colony to
Tobacco introduced into England, 250,

South America, (1555), 189.
note ;

Vines, Richard, in Maine, 329 ;
its profit to Virginia planters, 302.

receives a grant from the Plymouth
ToscanELLI, Paul, geographer of Florence,

Company, 335.
corresponds with Columbus, 104. VINLAND, New England so named by
TUMULI, British, 21.

Northmen, 42.
TYRKER, the Northman, finds grapes in VIRGINIA COMPANY, first charter of, (1606),
Vinland, 42.

267;

332;

VIRGINIA COMPANY, second charter of, | WEST, Captain, assistant to Robert Gorges,
(1609), 291 ;

334.
hostility to the Plymouth Company, West, Francis, governor of Virginia,

(1627), 484.
interference of James I. in its affairs, West, Mr., settles at falls of James River,
476 ;

294.
dissolution of, (1624), 482.

WESTON, THOMAS, aids the Leyden Puri-
VIRGINIA, called Axacan, 220 ;

tans, 384 ;
named by Raleigh, 245 ;

arrives in New England, 410.
first English colony in, (1607), 269 ; WETHERSFIELD, Conn., settled, 549.
early colonial laws, 300;

WEYMOUTH. (See Wessagusset.)
slavery introduced, (1619), 302 ; WEYMOUTH, GEORGE, voyage of, (1605),
massacre in, (1622), 479.

315;
“ Virginia," the, first English ship built in in Maine, 316;
America, (1607), 292.

Indians captured by, 318.
VRIESENDAEL, De Vries's colony on the WHEELWRIGHT, Rev. John, arrives at
Tappan Sea, 452.

Boston, 553.

WHITE, FATHER ANDREW, Jesuit mission-
WAHGINNACUT, a Connecticut chief, ary in Maryland, 489;
547.

narrative of, quoted, 491.
Waldo, CAPTAIN, commands fort at James-White, John, governor of Raleigh's second
town, 296.

colony, (1587), 251;
WALDSEEMÜLLER, MARTIN, publishes “Cos- his return to England, 252;

mographiæ Introductio," (1507), second voyage, (1590), 253 ;
126;

search for his colony, 254.
gives America its name, 127.

White, Rev. John, minister at Dorchester,
WALFORD, THOMAS, first settler at Charles-

England, and leader in the Dor-
town, 531;

chester company, 420.
fined and banished, 533.

Wute Man's Land, mythical colony in
WALLABOUT Bay, the Dutch Waal-bogt,

America, 53, note.
366.

Wighconoco, harbor of, sea-fight in, 501,
Walloons, emigration of to America,

502.
(1623), 365.

WILLIAM OF ORANGE, murder of, 341.
WALSINGHAM, Sir Francis, death of, 232; WILLIAMS, MR., evidence of on Welsh tra-
quoted, 341.

dition, 72.
WAREHAM, John, one of the Dorchester WILLIAMS, Roger, at Manhattan, 460 ;
settlers, 531, 532.

arrival of, (1631), at Boston, 533;
WARREN, Ratcliff, captain of Clayborne's

his removal to Salem, 535;
pinnace, 501.

his controversy there, 535 ;
WARREN, RICHARD, one of the Mayflower's goes to Plymouth, 535;
company, 393, note.

returns, 541;
WARWICK, EARL OF, leader of a faction in progress of the controversy concern-
the Virginia Company's Council,

ing him, 542;
481.

his banishment, 544 ;
WATERTOWN, Mass., settled, (1630), 532.

founds Providence, (1636], 547.
WECKQUASGEEKS, Indian tribe, their quar- | WILLOUGHBY, Sir Hugh, voyage of, (1553),
rel with the Dutch, 451.

227;
Welsh, tradition concerning discovery of death of, (1555), 228.
America by, 66 et seq.

WINCOB, Joun, patent granted to the Puri-
WEROWOCOMOCO, residence of Powhatan,

tans in his name, (1619), 383.
281.

WINDSOR, Conn., settled, (1633), 548.
WessagusSet (now Weymouth), colony at, WINGFIELD, EDWARD Maria, member of
(1622), 406 ;

Virginia Company, (1606), 267;
its failure, 409 ;

member of Jamestown colony, 269;
second colony, and its failure, (1623] member of the Virginia Council, 270;
410.

made president, 271 ;

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WINGFIELD, EDWARD MARIA, trouble with | Wollaston, Captain, founds colony at
John Smith, 273;

Mount Wollaston, 423.
trial before the Council, 274 ;

WONDERSTRAND, Cape Cod so named, 47.
his “Discourse " quoted, 275 ; Wyat, SIR FRANCIS, governor of Virginia,
deposed, 277 ;

(1622), 478;
returns to England, (1608), 286.

retires from office, 484.
Wingina, an Indian chief in Virginia, 244; WYMAN, PROFESSOR JEFFRIES, on shell-
his hostility to the English, 248.

heaps, 14, note.
Winslow, EDWARD, joins the Puritans at WYNNE, CAPTAIN, a member of Virginia
Leyden, 380;

Council, 290.
envoy to Massasoit, 407;
goes to England, 413, 415 ;
returns with a new grant, 417.

YA

AOCOMICO, tribe and village of, in
WINTHROP, John (the elder), governor of

Maryland, 495, 497.
Massachusetts Bay, (1629–'30), 526; Yazoo River, De Soto on, 164.
his farewell address, 527 ;

YEARDLEY, Sir GEORGE, governor of Vir-
arrives at Salem, 529.

ginia in 1619, 305, 478;
WINTHROP, JOHN (the younger), governor

again in 1626, 484;
of Connecticut, (1635), 550.

his death, 484.
With, John, artist iu Raleigh expedition, Yeomen, English, condition of in the seven-
246.

teenth century, 373.
Wocokon, on coast North Carolina, 242,

note;

English colony lands at, 247.
Wollaston, Mount, in Quincy, Mass., its ZENI BROTHERS, narrative of, [1380–
name and settlement, 423;

1404), 76.
called Mare Mount and Merry Mount, Zichmni, a Frisland prince described in the
424;

Zeni letters, 78.
called Mount Dagon by Endicott, 424. | Zuni, a people of New Mexico, 75, note.

END OF VOL. I.

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