Nipmuc

Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty, Settlement, Migration, & Resettlement
Summary
List of family members of Native men convicted by Massachusetts Bay officials detailing their choice of remaining in the Bay Colony or being sent into overseas bondage
Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty, Settlement, Migration, & Resettlement
Summary
List of family members of Native men convicted by Massachusetts Bay officials detailing their choice of remaining in the Bay Colony or being sent into overseas bondage
Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty, Settlement, Migration, & Resettlement
Summary
List of family members of Native men convicted by Massachusetts Bay officials detailing their choice of remaining in the Bay Colony or being sent into overseas bondage
The names of nine women with six children, great and small, examined by the Committee of the General Court this November 5, 1675 in Boston.
 
Sara, the wife of Great David, with one child at her back,  David being to be sent away, she is willing to go with her husband if to King Charles his country to the English.
 
Much Honored Gentlemen,      
                   

To the Governour and Deputy Governour, Assistants, and Deputies in General Court Assembled at Boston, May 7, 1684

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To the Honorable General Court Sitting at Boston

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To the Honored Governour, Deputy Governor, Magistrates and Deputies in General Court Assembled at Boston, February 1683

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Magus, Jacob

Jacob Magus was a Nipmuc leader.  Around 1680, he sold a parcel of land near Sudbury to John Grout.  Four years later, Magus’ son asked the General Court to confirm said sale.  In the summer of that year, he and his son, along with many other Nipmuc Indians deeded a two-mile tract to Sudbury.  Petition of John Grout, 1684.02.00.00.  Hudson, History of Sudbury, 67.

To the Honoured Governor Deputy Governor and Assistants together with the Honoured House of Deputies Now Sitting in General Court Assembled in Boston, September10, 1684

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