Report of John Freeman, One of the Guardians of the Potenummecut Indians, to the Massachusetts General Court

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Contrary to the report of Stone and Hall, Freeman states that his inquiry revealed that the Potennummecut Indians were never molested in their use of Billingsgate Point, except when one individual extended his use rights to white men from Harwich.
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Eastham, Massachusetts