Sowgonosk (Soganasher) was the daughter of the Podunk leader, Arramamet. Around the time of the treaty between Uncas and Arramamet and in recognition of it, the latter arranged for Sowganasher to marry Uncas' third son, Joshua (Attawanhood), the sachem of the Niantics. On May 23, 1672, Arramamet gave the couple all the lands he owned at Podunk and at Tunxis Sepos. Three years later, in 1675, she, her mother, sister, and husband sold their property in Farmington's Indian Neck.
Sowganasher and Joshua may have had at least two sons, those mentioned in his will. Sources for this biography come from the Related Digital Heritage Items listed below.
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