Deed to Tunxis Sepos
Summary:Colonial reconstruction of an earlier treaty with the Tunxis regarding land and political relations
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Original Date:1650 April 9th
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Source:Connecticut State Library, Connecticut Archives, Indians, Series 1 (1647-1789), Vol. 1, Doc.27