of the Onondaga Indians
In 1658, although the French
were compelled to flee from Onondaga
became a protector of Christian doctrines and an advocate for peace.
It was not, however, till 1669 that he was converted and baptized.
The name Daniel
was given him at his baptism, and he learned to read and write.
His influence went far in checking the superstition of the Indians and in settling difficulties between Indian tribes, and also in protecting French colonists.
lie died in Onondaga, N. Y.
, in 1676.