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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. John Eliot, Jr., and by Rev. Daniel Gookin, Jr. Town of Natick. Eliot's mission ext
the easterly part of the town, as in old records that section is sometimes styled Wigwam Neck; but the far greater number probably dwelt near Menotomy River and Mystic Pond.
They were subject to the Squaw-sachem, formerly wife of Nanepashemet, who is mentioned in Mourt's Relation.
A party from Plymouth visited the Indians at the River, anciently called Quineboquin, was the natural boundary between these two hostile tribes.
The Squaw-sachem seems to have resided on the westerly side of Mystic Pond.
A deposition of Edward Johnson is preserved among the papers of the Middlesex County Court (1662), testifying that he was present when the Squaw-sachem and he