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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 42 0 Browse Search
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, between Mistick and Charles Rivers, full of Indians, named Aberginians.—Prince's Annals, Sept. 13rmed that there were hard by us three hundred Indians. One Englishman Probably Thomas Walford, 's glory, that he sent not only poor ravenous Indians, who came with their baskets of corn on theirhe wears were in danger of being purchased by Indians, the Town voted to purchase them, and they weham is had. John Eliot, the apostle to the Indians, describes in a letter a singular event that t of the water and remained until dead. Both Indians and whites ate freely of the fish without hurerfering with their rights purchased from the Indians; and Winthrop says the Dutch sent home to Hol a man's right wholly in the Towne. The Pequot Indians, the most formidable and treacherous tribee number of his converts had increased to 283 Indians not counting young children. The prospect whster in 1665, was killed at the same place by Indians. September 1st, the Indians fell upon Deerfi[3 more...]
child carried under the wheel, 124. Groton attacked by Indians, 61. Groton. Suffolk Co., England, 23 n 1. Guild, Re1. Lancaster, first settlement at, 47 n. 3; attacked by Indians, 60; second attack, 61. Land Bank Co., 94. Land in G15 n. 1. Noddles Island, 12 n. 2. Northfield burned by Indians, 61. Nyantics aid the English, 43. Old French War ontting down trees on common, 52. Penn, William, 60. Pequot Indians offer lands in Connecticut, 35 n. 2; murder Stone and hn Sherman's lectures, 49. Sudbury, 20, 47; attacked by Indians, 62. Sudbury, Suffolk Co., England, 23 n. 1. Suicide, pplies for the colony provided, 12. Swanzey attacked by Indians, 60. Swine, resolutions concerning, 33; allowed to run field settled by explorers from Watertown, 36; attacked by Indians, 42; 46. Wellington family, remarkable longevity of, 10tt Hill. 20; 52; 100; incorporated, 55; barn in burned by Indians, 62; 79, 108. Westward growth of the town, 53. Whipc