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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter
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Chapter 20: Indian History. Indians. Squa Sachem. tribe near Mystic Pond. Indian titles purchased. fence to secure the Indians' corn. Cutshamakin. Waban, and Indians at Nonantum. the apostle Eliot's labors; assisted by his son, Rev. J
d Indians, and their causeless rage and cruelty and fury against the English, and particularly the Springfield and Northampton Indians, who lived near the English and seemed to carry it fair for a time, but at last proved perfidious and treacherous. tick tribe was removed.
In pursuance of this order, Capt. Thomas Prentiss (who was a person civil and friendly to those Indians), with a party of horse, was commanded to bring them down speedily to a place called the Pines upon Charles River, about of the Christian Indians, yet the clamors and animosity among the common people increased daily, not only against those Indians, but also against all such English as were judged to be charitable to them, and particularly, many harsh reflections and
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