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New England Indian houses, forts and villages

Denver Art Museum.

New England Indian houses, forts and villages

colonial period.

by Denver Art Museum.

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Published by The Museum in Denver, Colo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesIndian leaflet series -- leaflet no.39
ContributionsDenver Art Museum. Department of Indian Art.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14311020M

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Winthrop () in Drake, Book of Inds., bk. II, 27, Acushnet. A village of Praying Indians inprobably about Acushnet, Bristol co., Mass. “Acchusnutt” is said to have been the Indian name of New Bedford. Rawson and Danforth () in Mass.

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Links to tribes and Indian support organizations. Tribes. Abenaki The Abenaki are from Ndakinna, “our land” of northern New England and southern Quebec, and are the western relatives of other Wabanaki groups in that region, including the Maine tribes of Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Maliseet, and Mi’kmaq.

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Rebuilt in as an earthwork fort with a powder magazine to provide crossfire with Fort Nathan Hale (1). Some ruins remain. Previously the site of a Quinnipiac Indian palisaded village before white settlement began (see Indian Forts listed below).

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– French and Indian War – A conflict between France and Britain for possession of North America. For various motivations, most Algonquian tribes allied with the French; the Iroquois with the British. August – Fort William Henry Massacre – Following the fall of Fort William Henry, between 70 and British and colonial prisoners are killed by Indian allies of the French.

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A new fort, the Queen Anne’s or Queens Fort was built near where the “Lawrence the Indian” statue now stands to garrison troops. Another fort known as the King’s fort was built where the Community College now stands. This fort was built to house both white and Indian refugees while the village.

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Both French and Dutch were believed to be instrumental in inciting Indian warfare. Ocker is the creator of the website OTIS: Odd Things I’ve Seen (), where he writes about his visits to oddities of nature, history, art, and culture across the g: forts and villages.

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