History of the Indians of Connecticut from the Earliest Known Period to 1850

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CHAPTER I
1
Wandering habits of the Indiana t
14
Morals and character t t
20
Ideas 6f the ereation mm t t
26
Names for the The powwuws or priesthood Religious dances Grades
39
Ideas of 26
42
CHAPTER II
45
Ineflectaal efiorte of the Ammny to make Isaiah hie mcoeaaor 461
46
Pequot tributes in 1655 and 1663
260
Vangunka sell in Middletown and Chathnrn confirm the sale QIES
266
Society fanned in England for propagating the gospel in New England
272
Uncle opposes the missionaries
275
Overtth of the Narragansetts
281
Death of their sachem Canonchet 953
287
View of Mohegan land afiairs from 1640 to 1683 29l296
296
Division of the remainder of the narrative
303

The western tribes of Connecticut oppressed by the Iroquois
65
Purchase at the mouth ofthe Connecticut
71
English found a trading house at Windsor
75
With the Narragansetts
81
Oidham killed by the Block Islanders
87
English ravage Block Island
93
Skirmish with the Pequots
99
League between the English and Narragansetts 101
106
They parley with Gardiner commander of the fort at Saybrook 1 ll
113
Wardeclared againstlhe Pequots
119
Begins his march against the Pequots
126
CHAPTER V
161
Fairfield Indians sell
167
Increasing power of Uncas
181
Killshim onthewayhome
187
Uncus pieces him in the hands of the Connecticut people
193
Uncasputehimtodeath
197
War between the Indians and the Dutch
204
Crime and execution of Busheag
210
English resolve on war against the Narragansetts
216
He is imprisoned by the English
222
Uncas beats and abuses Pequots who were hunting for the English
228
Narragansetts Pocomtocks and Mohuwks league against him
234
Rumors ofu Dutch and Indian league against the English
240
Petition again to be under the English and are received n
246
Quarrel of Uncas and seqtmssen with the Podunks 949
254
Hallam carries the Mohegan complaints before thecrown
309
Owenecos death anecdotes ofhin1 t H t n H 314
315
from1722 to 1743
342
Of the diminution of the Indians
348
Their numbers in 1761 and I774 t A
354
NewFuirfield Indians sit1 H
360
Moravian mission among the Indians of this region
409
Assemny gives land to the tribe
415
Numbers of the Niprnuclts
421
Condition nnd numbers of the Groton bond in 1731
427
Their reservation
433
Prosecution of William Williams
434
Many Pequote move to the Oneida country t
440
CHAPTER XII
447
Aggressions of the whites
451
Appropriationeto asaisthim
453
School removed to Dartmouth New Hampshire
459
Letter of Occom on the result ofthe Mason law ouit
463
Joseph Johnsonanother Mohegan preacher inH
469
Mohegana fight for the colonies in the revolution
475
Theireonditionin1790
481
APPENDIX
491
Hunts NUMBERS POSITION AND POLITICAL RELATION OF THE DmIEZrT TRIBE
494
Timotheus is bought out and the disturbances cease
495
Religious interest among them
504

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