Notes by Ezra Stiles on Indian Populations, Stone Piles and Vocabulary
Where the Oneidas have /l/ the Mohawks have /lr/.
agen / ajen a man
Pile of stones between General Johnson1and Schoharie, another at Onondaga, another at Stockbridge, another at Milford in Connecticut, another at Monumet near Plymouth, and another at three miles distance.
A tribe at Monumet Pond, perhaps a dozen wigwams2 12
Sippican, not above 12 families
Pembroke and Scituate 20
Mr. Hawley was at Onondaga A.D. 1761 where within three or four miles were a body of two hundred and thirty one Indian souls of which were
231 souls of which about 60 or 70 warriors
cóolauh / coowauh a head governor or sachem