Philip's Indians

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.
 
No 1. Plymouth Commissioners presented this following narrative, shewing the manner of the beginning of the present war with the Indians of Mount Hope and Pocasset.
 
A brief narrative of the beginning and progress of the present trouble between us and the Indians, taking its rise in the Colony of New Plymouth in the year of 1675
 
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative
Category
Geography, Land, & the Environment, Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
Summary
Report to England from Massachusetts Bay authorities explaining the Indian turmoil in the Colonies