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Steuart, Capt., a prisoner, 377,
378.

Stevenson, Maj., defeated, 638.

Stevens, Capt. Phineas, 337.

St. Francis, origin of the tribe
of, 316; destroyed, 318.

St. Gregory, opinion of, respect-
ing a country west of Europe,
22.

Stinson, David, killed, 337.

St. James's palace, Indians visit
there, 511.

St. Johns, Fort, taken, 333.

Stiles, Ezra, his edition of the
History of Philip's War. 82,
218.

Stillman, Major, his defeat, 645.

St. Leger, Gen., invests Fort
Stanwix, 579.

Stockwell, Quentin, his cap-
tivity, 282.

Stokes, Gen., in the Florida
war, 468.

Stone, Capt., killed by the Pe-
quots, 166, 177.

Stone, Simon, extraordinary es-
cape of, 334.

STONE-EATER, (SANAMAHONGA,)
620, 638.

STONE-WALL-JOHN, 261 ; his
death, 262.

Stoughton, Capt., in the Pequot
war, 171 ; Lieut. Gov. Wil-
liam, 332.

Btoughton, (Pakenitt, Punkapa-
og,') a town of Praying Indi-
ans, 178, 179.



Street, Gen., BLACK-HAWK de-
livered to, 656.

Strickland's Plain, battle of, 133.

STRONG, (KAHALSTA.) a Seneca
chief, 606.

Stuart, Arabella, implicated in
the charge against Sir Walter
Ralegh, 114.

Stuart, J., his account of Welsh
Indians, 52.

Studson, Robert, of' Scituate,
109.

Stukely, Sir Lewis, receives the
son of POCAHONTAS to educate
him, 358, 359 ; his nefarious
conduct to Sir W. Ralrirh,
360 ; dies in wretchedness,
360.

Sturgeon Creek, depredations
there, 295.

Sturgis, Edward, a juror to try
Indians, 196.

Stuyvesant, Gov., his troubles
with the English, 142.

Style of commencing the year,
85 ; difference between Old
and New Style, 301, 302.

Sudhury, its purchase of the In-
dians, 117 ; " sore defeat " of
the English there, 222.

Sugar-loaf-Hill, bloody fight
there, 215, 216.

Suggs, Mr., killed at Camp
King, 421.

Sullivan, Gen., his Indian expe-
dition, 587.

SUNDAY, CAFT., an Menaka
chief, 277.

SUNGEBAUGUNDO, a Tarratine.
336.

SUNK-SQUAW, (Q.UAIAPEN,) 134,
248, 249.

SUNSETO, epitaph on, at J\Iohe-
gan, 149.

SUSEP, a Penobscot, tried for
murder, 320.

Sutton, Benjamin, a captive, 53.

Swan Island purchased of the
Indians, 285.

Swayne, Lieut., at the Narra-
ganset fight, 714.

Sweet, Lieut., killed in Har-
mer's defeat, 687.

Swamp Fights ; at Pccasset, 211 ;
in Narraganset, 218 ; near
Taunton River, 224 ; near
Warwick, 249. See Battles.

Swanzey, Philip's war begins
there, 207, 208.

Swift, Dean, his notice of Indi-
ans, 510.

Swinton, Dr., on origin of Indi-
ans, 32.

Syll, (Sill,) Capt., in Philip's
war, 273.

SYMON, a notorious Tarratine
depredator, attacks Newbury,
295 ; Sturgeon Creek, i95 ;
Casco, 296; completely ruins
Casco, and kills many people,
303.

T.

Taconet, (Winslow, Me.,) 285;

treaty of, 288, 289.
TADEUSKUND, a noted Delaware

chief, 524.
TAHATONER, his son murdered,

181.
TAHATAWAN, (NATTAHATTA-

WANTS,) 181.

Talcott, Lieut., in the Florida

war, 423, 471.
Talcott, Maj. J., cuts off Q.UIX-

APEN, 249.



Talladcrra, severe battle of, 397.
Talmage, Lieut., killed at Sche-

nectady, 47.
Talmon, Peter, complains of

PHILIP, 80.
TAME-KING, a Creek chief. 380,

387.
TAMMANY, an ancient Delaware,

512 ; a society of whites tako

his name, 513 ; legends con-

cerning, 513.
TAMOUEESAM, (JEFFERY,) a

li'iinipanoag', 249.
Tanner, Nicholas, about the

Dutch Plot, 143.
TANTAMOUS, (OLD JETHRO,)

265, 266.



seizes MIANTUNNOMOH, 128;

his life attempted, 133.
TANTUM, a N. England Indian,

assists Capt. Smith in his sur-

vey of the coast, 72.
TAQUANSICKE, a Wampanoav.

198.
TARHE, or the CRANE, a Huron

chief, 627.
Tarratines, 15 ; dreaded by the

Massachusetts, 81, 104, 106 ;

their expedition against Aga-

wam discovered and prevent-

ed, 110 ; situation of their

dominions, 277.
TARUMKIN, a chief of the Jln-

droscoggins, 289 ; speech of in

the Taconnet council, 289.
TASHTASSUCK, ancient chief of

the Narraga?isets, and father

of CANONICUS, 117.
TASSAQUANNAWIT, a Narr a van-

set, 159.
TASSUCKE, brother of NATT\-

HAXADA, 285.

TATAMOMOK sells lands in
Swanzey, 188 : others near
Pokanoket, 199 ; (ATUNKA-
MOMAKE,) 199.

TACHIQUOCHI, aCree/i chief, 369.

TATOSON, a noted Wampanoag
captain under PHILIP, 244 ;
takes a garrison at Plymouth,
245 ; surrenders to the Eng-
lish, and is beheaded, 246 ; in-
cidents in his history, 269.

TATTACOMMET, 249, 251 ; (ToK-

AMONA,) 257.

Taunton, attack upon by KING
PHILIP, 223.

TAVOSER, one of PHILIP'S coun-
sellors, 203.

TAWERAKET, a noted Iroquois
chief, 47, 48.

TAYLOR, CAPT., a Cherokee chief,
401.

Taylor, Capt., at Fort Recover}-,
688.

Taylor, Major J. S., his house
burnt, 490.

Taylor, Col. Zachary, fights the
Indians at Okeecliobee, 483;
gen., 487 ; recommends blood-
hounds, 489 ; a col. in Black-
hawk's war, 656.

Taylor, Rebecca, a captive, 304.

TEASLAEGEE, son of CORN-
PLANTER, 616.

TECUMSEH, chief of the Shtnra-
nees, exerts himself to drive
back the whites, 395 ; an early
expedition against the whites,
616 ; a speech to Gov. Harri-
son, 617 ; continued difficul-
ties with the whites, 620 ; de-
feats a body of troops under
Vanhorn, 621 ; various traits
of character, 622 ; incidents



INDEX.



733



and anecdotes of, 623 ; de-
feated at the River Thames,
and killed, 620.



Eng-
land, 510.
Telfair, Gov., and GEN. M'GiL-

LIVRAY, 386.

Temple, Lieut., in the Florida

war, 471.
Tensau, settlement of, de-

stroyed, 395.
Tevvksbury, ( Wamesit,') a town

of Praying Indians, 179.
TEYONINHOKERAWEN, (NOR-

TON,) visit to England, 627;

at the capture of Niagara, 628.
Thacher, Anthony, of Plym-

outh, 86.
Thacher, Dr. James, of Plym-

outh, 585.
Tharp, Capt., killed in Banner's

defeat, 687.
THEBE, (PEEBE,) killed in

PHILIP'S war. 200, 210, 272.
Theopompus, supposed to refer

to America, 19.
Thomas, Capt., cast away in

Florida, 487.
THOMAS, JOHN, dies above 100

years old, 113.
Thomas, J., escapes from Dade's

massacre, 418.
Thomas, Lt., at battle of Lake

Monroe, 479, 488.
THOMAS, of JVaslio ! >a, 182.
THOMAS, of Nemaskct, 194.
THOMAS, a Tarratine, of Negus-

se,t, 284.
Thompson, Col., killed in Flor-

ida, 421, 4o2, 433.
Thompson, Gen., Indian agent,

464.
Thompson, J. W. B , extraordi-

nary escape of, 471.
Thompson, Re^v. Mr., of Brain-

tree, chaplain in the JVarra-

ganset war, 147.
Thompson, John, missionary to

Cherokees, 454.
Thompson, William, mission-

ary to Cherokees, 454.
Thorowgood, T., on origin of

Indians, 24, 269.
Thornton, Mr., and TEYONIN-

HAKERAWEN, 627.
Threlkeld, Ensign, killed in

Harmer's defeat, 687.
Throgmorton, J., family of,

murdered, 133.
Tift, Joshua, executed as a trai-

tor, 219.
TIGER-TAIL, a noted Florida

chief, 489, 494.
Tilden, Joseph, buys land of

Indians, 109.
Tilly, John, murdered by the

Pcquots, 169.
Tilton, Lieut., [Jacob,] his des-

perate combat and extraordi-

nary escape from three Tar-

ratines, 310.
TIMPOOCHIE-BARNUEL, (BAR-

NARD,) 398.

Tippecano, battle of, 620.
Tippin, (Tappan ?) Lieut., kills

a chief, 294.
TISPA^UIN, (WATASPEQUIN,)

193, 196- 244.
TISQUANTUM, (SQUANTO,) 69,

70.
TITUBA, accused of witchcraft,

302, 303.
TOBACCO-EATER, a JHuscoo-ee.

540.
Tobacco, act against disorderly

drinking of, 86 ; the first

62



known in England, carried
by Drake's mariners, 113 ;
uppowok, 346.

TOBIAS, 194 ; one of the sup-
posed murderers of SASSA-
MON, 135, 242.

TOBY, (NAUHNOCOMWIT,) 244.

TOCKAMOCK, a Wampanoag, 198.

Todd, Col., killed at the Blue
Licks, 684.

TOHATOONER, (NATTAHATTA-
WANTS,) 181.

Tohopeka, bloody battle there,
391, 400.

TOKAMAHAMON, a Wampanoag,
78; faithful to the English,
89 93; goes against CAUNBI-
TANT with Standish, 93.

TOKAMONA, sachem of Seconet,
204 ; goes with PHILIP to Ply-
mouth, to confirm a treaty,
204 ; killed by the Narragan-
sets, 204.

TOKINOSH, an Indian preacher,
182.

TOLONY, a husband of AWA-
SHONKS, 249, 251.

TOM, CAPT., (WATTASACOMPO-
NOM,) 181, 277, 334, 697.

TOM, CAPT., a mischievous
Tarratine, kills people at
Hampton, N. H.,307.

TOM JEMMY, (SOONANGISE,) 599.

TOMOKA, JOHN, taken prisoner,
481.

TOMOCHICHI, sachem of Yama-
craw, 369 ; goes to England
with Gen. Oglethorp, 370 ; his
speech to the king, 370 ; re-
turns to Carolina ; dies ; mon-
ument to his memory, 371.

TOMOCOMO, counsellor to Pow-
HATAN, who sends him to
England as a spy, 354 ; his
attempt to enumerate the
people, 355 ; marries a sister

Of POCAHONTAS, 355.

Tompkins, Capt., in Florida
war, 474, 47H.

Tompkins, D. D., Gov. of New
York, 666.

Tompson, John, of Barnstable,
242.

TOONAKOWI, goes to England,
369, 370.

TOQUELMUT, a Tarratine chief,
306.

Torrey, J., buys land of Indi-
ans, 109.

Torrey, William, clerk of Gen-
eral Court of Mass., 714.

TOSKEGEE, defeats Lt. Powell,
484, 485 ; has a talk with Gen.
Jesup, 486 ; escapes, 488, 489.

Toxus, (Moxus,) 291, &c.

TOTOPOTOMOI, 217 ; chief of
Pamunky, and successor of
NIKOTOWANCE; killed in the
Rechahechrian war, 363.

TOTOSON, a spelling of TATO-
SON, which see.

Tour, Lord de la, 307.

Townsend, [P.,] treats with In-
dians, 305.

Traditions, not to be relied
upon, 129, 130, 156, 365.

TRASKE, JOSEPH, (BAGESSON,)
298.

Treaties ; with MASSASOIT, 86 ;
with nine chiefs, 94; with
tire Massachusetts, 104, 105 ;
Nipmuks, 106 ; Mohegans and
Narrag-ansete, 124 ; JViantiks
and Narragansets, 134 ; with
PESSACUS and others, 158, 159;
with the Pequots, 166; with



MIANTUNNOMOH, 169 ; with
PHILIP, 201 ; Na>~ragansets
211 ; Tarratines, 290 ; of Pern*
maquid, 293 ; of 1676, at Coche-
cho, 715 ; of 1703, 308, 309 ; of
1717, 320 ; of 1737, 337 ; of
1742, at Philadelphia, 514 ; of
1754, 336 ; with seven chiefs
in England, 368 ; of Paine's
Landing, 411, 463, 464; of
Fort Greenville, 577 ; of Fort
Harmer,607,613 ; with BLACK-
HAWK, 643; of Indian Springs,
392 ; of Schermerhorn with
the Cherokees, 441 , 442 ;
Delawares and Pennsylvania,
514 ; William Penn and the
Indians, 517; at Portsmouth
with the E. Indians, 304 ,
with MUGG at Boston, 2e9 ;
with MADOKAWANDO at Ta-
connet, 288, 289 ; at Easton,
Pa., 525 ; of Miami, 592 ; of
Moscow, 616; of Detroit, 627 ;
of Broken Arrow, 392.

Treat, Major, relieves Captain
Mosely, 216.

Trewsdale, Col., in Florida
war, 475, 476.

Trigg, Col., killed at the Blue
Licks, 684.

Trott, Rev. Mr., proceedings
against, 455.

Troup, Gov. G. M., his oppres-
sive conduct towards the Che-
rokees, 393, 394, 444, 446, 455.

Trueman, Major, and others,
murdered, 559.

Trumbull, H., his Indian Wars,
129, 130.

Tuckabatch.es, 388 : Tuckabatche,
391.

Tuckerman, Mr. E., on Indian
names, 115.

TUCKPOO, (WATUCKFOO,) 199,
245.

TUKAPEWILLIN, a preacher, 114,
272.

TUMMADOKYOIT, a Tarratine,
284.

Turner, Capt. Nathaniel, sent
against the Pequots with En-
dicott, 116, 168.

Turner, Ephraim, of Boston,
135.

Turner, Capt., [William,] killed
in a desperate fight at the
falls above Deerfield, 259.
[He had a grandson (William
Turner) living in Svvanzey in
1736.]

Turner, Humphrey, buys lands
of Indians, 109.

Tuscaroras, 16 ; join the Iro-
quois, 500.

TUSGUOGEN, (TISPAQUIN,) 242.

TUSKIHAJO, a Seminole chief,
405.

TWENTY CANOES, a Seneca chief,
06.

Twiggs, Col., 429; exploit in
Florida, 487, 490, 491, 649.

Twightwies, 16 ; at war with
the Iroquois, 502.

Two GUNS, a Seneca chief, 606.

TYASHQ, one of PHILIP'S cap-
tains, 247.

u.

Ubry, Capt., killed in Van-
horn's defeat, 621.
Uchees, their country, 9, 16
UCHEE BILLY, wounded, 431
killed, 481.



734



INDEX.



UMNASHUM,(WOONASHUM,) 200.

Umname, an Indian nuine of
Plymoutli, 251.

UMPTAKISOKE, a Wampanoag,
200.

UNCAS, sachem of the Mohe-
gans ; Ills conduct to the JVar-
raganscts, 123 ; the English
favor him, 126 ; his war with
SEQUASSON, 125 ; war with

MlAlTTUNROMOH, 127 ; be-
sieged in his fort, 130 ; an
aitmipt to kill him, 134; com-
plains of witchcraft, 135 ;
dimmits depredations upon
\IMGRET, 138. 139 ; the Eng-
lish blind to liis villanies, 141,
142 ; murders eight of his
neighbors, 147 ; outlived his
enemies ; his artifices in the
Pequot war, 150 ; his services
to the English, 150 ; wounded,
152; plots against MIANTUN-
NOMOH, 152 ; war with PES-
SACUS ; assisted by the Eng-
lish, 154 ; attacks" a Narra-
ganset sachem, 159 ; the Eng-
lish affect to try him, 160 ;
tlii-y pronounce him guilty of
a "devilish falsehood," 160;
forcibly takes another's wife,
160 ; another similar outrage,
161 ; makes war on OUSAME-
QCIN, 162; English send a
force against him, 164 ; inci-
dents, 169 ; a sorry Christian,
149 ; with the English in
PHILIP'S war, 212 ; protests
against the introduction of
Christianity among his people,
177.

TNCATAQUISSET, since Milton,
Mass., 116.

Underbill, Capt. John, assists
the Dutch against the Indi-
ans, 132 ; in the Pequot war,
168170.

UNDERWOOD, a Chickasaw chief,
killed, 687, 688.

UNKOMPOIN, (AKKOMPOIN,) un-
cle to PHILIP, 92 ; his chief
counsellor, 78 ; claims lands
in Swanzey, 80 ; executes a
treaty at Plymouth, 81 ; called
WOOXKAPONEHUNT, 83; and
WOHKOMPAHENITT^; killed
near the close of Philip's war,
92, 224.

tTpham, T. C., his Poem on
Lovewell's Fight, 313, 400.

UPPANIPPAQUEM, aNipmuk, 268.

Vppowoc, Indian name of to-
bacco, 346.

UPSAWA, an Abenaki, 298.

Uptegrove, Mr., and wife killed
in Florida, 474.

Uring, Capt., his voyage to N.
England, 35.

USKUTUHGUN, (SHOSHANIM,)
269.

UsSAMEftUIN, (OWSAMEQUIN,)
81.

UTTAMATOMAKIN, (TOMOCOMO,)

354.
UTTSOOWEEST, a Wampanoag

warrior, 245.
Uxbridge, (Waeuntug.) Praying

Indian settlement, 179.

T.

Van Buren, Martin, 443, 467.
Vane, Gov., Sir Henry, 168, 171.
VANN, DAVID, a Cherokee sena-
tor, 455.



Vannes, Lt., wounded at Pt.

Pleasant, 540.
Vanhorn, Major, defeated by

TECUMSEH, 621.
Vanswrarintren, Capt., killed in

Florida, 483.
Vaudreuil, Gov., expedition

against N. England, 324.
Venegas, Father, on peopling

America, 23.
Verazzini, Capt., his voyage

and death, 68.
Vercheres, Capt., killed at Ha-

verhill, 324.
Vetch, Col., in the French war,

511.
Viall, John, complains against

the Narragansets, 148.
Vincent, Gen., in the war of

1812, 628.
Vines, R., an early settler in

N. England, 81.

Vinton, Mr., speech on the In-
dian Bill, 467.
Virginia, (Wingandacoa,) first

settlement of, 354 364.
Vixon, Robert, a juror to try

Indians, 196.
Volney, C. F., his travels among

the Indians, 573, 574.
Voltaire, M. de, on Indians, 21,

28, 517, 588.



w.

WABAN, a well-known Praying
Nipmuk ; his marriage, 113 ;
called, in 1646, " a new sa-
chem," 117 ; his first reception
of Eliot, 176; his residence
and age, 178 ; settles at Na-
tick ; its chief governor or
civil officer, 179; specimen of
a writ issued by him, 180 ;
time of his death uncertain,
180 ; gives notice of the hos-
tile designs of PHILIP, 195 ;
SAGAMORE SAM'S letter to, 268.

Wabinga, (River Indians,) 281,
510.

WABOKIESHIEK, a Winnebago,
641659.

Wacasa Swamp, fight there, 484.

Wachuset, (Princeton,') 104, 110,
229, 274.

Wadsworth, Capt., defeat and
death of, 222, 223, 273, 698.

Wadsworth, John, of Plymouth,
196.

WAGUSOKE, (Philip,) a Wam-
panoag, 188, 200, 268.

Waggoner, J., escape of from
TECUMSEH, 616.

WAHGUMACUT, his visit to Bos-
ton, 113, 172.

Wahoo Swamp, bloody battles
there, 484.

WAHOWAH, (HOPEHOOD,) 114,
313.

WAIANDANSE, a Long Island
chief, 127, 138.

Waite, Serg. Richard, 139, 148,
268.

Waire, Col., in the Florida war,
476.

Wakely, T., himself and family
cut off, 287.

Wakely, Isaac, killed at Coseo,
303.

Wakely, Daniel, killed at Casco,
700.

WALCUT, called a "ruler" of
KING PHILIP, 195.

Waldron, Major R., 122, 281 ;



murdered, 299 ; his treaty
with the Indians, 715.

WALKER, MAJOR, a Cherokee
chief, 401.

Walker, Jas., of Plymouth, 205.

Walker, Serg., killed at the
fight in Lee, N. II., 335.

Walker, Capt., in the Florida
war, 473477.

Walking purchase, in Penns\ !
vania, 529.

WALK-IN-THE-WATER, 622, I'-JK
627.

Wallace, Win., his family mur-
dered, 519.

Waller, the poet, extract from,
344.

Wallis, goodman, killed at Cas-
co, 700.

Walpole, brave defence of, 3. rj ,9.

Walton, Col., his 'eastern expe-
dition, 304.

WALUMBE, (WoROMBo,) 291,
297, 300, 306.

WAMBERQUASKE, a Pequot, 173.

Wamesit, Indians cruelly burnt
there, 181.

Wampanoags, country of, 16, 82.

WAMPAPAQUAN, executed for
murder, 196.

WAMPATUCK, sachem of J\ r amas-
sakeset, sells Boston and coun-
try adjacent, 109,201 ; his son
sells Braintree, 108; some of
his tribe killed by UNCAS,
144 ; goes against the Mo-
hawks, and is killed, 109.

WAMPEY, G., 109; "a sage In-
dian," 196.

Wampum, how valued, 135,250;
how manufactured, 229 ;
" neither Jew nor Devil can
counterfeit," 229 ; significa-
tion of the word, 239.

WAMSUTTA, (ALEXANDER,)
which see.

WANADUGUNBUENT, a Tarra-
tine, 308.

WANAMATANAMET, of Jlquid-
nek, (R. I.,) 124.

.WANNALANCET, sachem ofJlfer-
rhnack, 181 ; made prisoner by
the English, 279 ; friend o'f
them, 279 ; governor of Mass,
writes a letter to, 230 ; re-
stores English captives, 281 ;
Mosely sent into his country
and commits depredations,
281 ; imprisoned for debt, 282 ;
sachem of Pcnnakook, 298 ;
makes a treaty at Dover, 715.

WANNO, a Wampanoag, 194, 196,
199, 244.

WANUHO, a JUohegan sachem,
149.

WANUNGONET, a noted Tarra-
tine, 294.

WAPANSETH, a Pottowattomie,
649.

WAPELLA, a Sauk chief, at Bos-
ton, 674.

Ward, Capt., in battle of San
Felasco, 474.

Ward, Capt. James, killed at
Pt. Pleasant, 540.

Ward, N., his Simple Cobler of
Agawam, 25.

Warham, John, first of the name
in N. England, 327.

War, the first proclaimed by the
English in N. England, 99;
land the chief cause of, with
Indians, 590; all wars barba-
rous, 590.

Warner, Capt. John, in Florida
war, 423.



INDEX.



735



Warren, Col., in the Florida
war, 410420, 473, 474.

WARRUNGUNT,aPert0&ScOt chief,
308.

Warwick, (Jlpponauer, Shaomet,')
troubles at, 124, 258.

WAUCOSHAUSHE, kid., 673, 674.

Washington, Gen., anecdote of
a medal of, 43 ; Indians visit
him at Cambridge, 340; at
New York, 386 ; his embassy
to the French on the Ohio,
531 533; takes measures for
defence against the western
tribes, 559, 569 ; his services
under Braddock, 608, 609 ;
his answers to CORNPLANTER,
611 ; his kindness towards
him, 614 ; monument, 664.

WASSAMBOMET, a noted Tarra-
titie, 305.

WASSAPINEWAT, brother of OB-
TAKIEST, 99.

WASHEMET, a Tarratine chief,
285.

WATAPACOSON, a Nipmuk war-
rior, 265.

vVATAPATAHUE, a Wampanoag,
198.

WATOMBAMET, a Tarratine, 306.

Watson, Capt., defeated at Bry-
ant's Ferry, 428.

.Vatson, John, Indian messen-
ger, 265.

Watson, Major, in battle of
Oriskana, 581, 582.

Watson, Major, in the Florida
war, 474.

WATTANUMON, a Tarratine, 308,
309.

WATTASACOMPONOM, executed,
181, 277. 713, 714.

WATTS, JOHN, a Creek warrior,
386.

WATTJKPOO, a Wampanoag, coun-
sellor to PHILIP, 199; taken
prisoner, 245.

WATUSPEQ.UIN, (TISPEQUIN,) a
great Wampanoag captain, and
sachem of Jlssawomset, 193 ;
becomes surety for other In-
dians, 196; sells lands jointly
with PHILIP, 200 ; other sales,
242 ; his depredations in
PHILIP'S war, 242 ; burns part
of Bridgewater and Plym-
outh, 242 ; surrenders to the
English, and they execute
him, 244.

WAUGHWAMINO, a Narraganset,
159.

WAWALOAM, wife of MIANTUN-
NOMOH, 125.

WAWNAHTON, a Yankton chief,
631.

Wayles, Robert, killed at Sud-
bury, 714.

Way mouth, Capt., voyage to
N. England, 69, 70, 697.

Wayne, Gen., his Indian names,
573 ; his western expedition,
576 ; a hard fight with the
southern Indians, 407.

WEATHERFORD, a great Creek
chief, 388 ; takes Fort Mimms,
389 ; surrenders himself to
Gen. Jackson, 389; makes a
masterly speech to him, 390.

WEBATAMUK, (WEPITEAMOK,)
148, 159, 166.

WEBCOWIT, a JVipmuk powwow,
106.

Webb, Capt., on the Florida
station, 429.

Webb, Wm., about the Walking
Purchase, 514.



Webster, Hon. Daniel, on Flor-
ida war, 426, 427, 439.

WECOPAUHIM, a Wampanoag,
198.

Weedrnan, Mr., killed near St.
Augustine, 490.

WEETABIOO, wife of ALEXAN-
DER, 187 ; complains against
her husband, 188 ; joins PHIL-
IP, 189; wife of Q.UINNAPIN,
189, 190 ; drowned in Taun-
ton River, 190 ; Mrs. Rovv-
landson's account of, 240.

WEHANOWNOWIT, sachem of
Swamscot, 284.

Weiser, Conrad, interpreter,
514, 515, 679.

Welborne, Mr., messenger to
JVarraganset, 157.

Welford, Major, at battle of
OuiMecooche, 423.

Welike, Florida, battle there,
471.

Wells, Capt., massacred at Fort
Dearborn, 630.

Wells, Mr., killed at Cherry
Valley, 5^6.

Wells, (Webhannet,) attacked,
291.

Welsh Indians, 52, 64, 294, 627.

WENAMOVET, an Abenaki, 292,
332.

WE NEW, a JVarraganset war-
rior, 211.

WEOWCHIM, a JVarraganset, 211.

WEPITEAMOK, his son and 30
others killed, 144 ; (WEBATA-
MUK,) 148, 159, 166.

WE<*UA3H, 131, 138, 159, 160,
166, 169.

Weshakom Pond, many Indians
killed there, 276 ; Sterling,
267.

Westbrook, Col., his expedition,
311.

Westerly, R. I., ( Wekapaug,}
331.

Western antiquities, 55 64.

West, Francis, complains of
PHILIP, 210.

WEST, JOHN, a Cherokee, 115.

Weston, Capt. Thomas, 79, 97.

West, Sir B., his " Penn's
Treaty," 517.

Wethersfield, (Pyqufig,~) massa-
cre there, 142, 169.

WEWASOWANUET, (PHILIP,) 200,
232.

Weymouth, Edward, his house
burnt, 295.

Whedan, Lt., kid. in Flor., 491.

WHEELBARROW, a Seneca chief,
606.

Wheeler, Capt., badly wounded,
213.

Wheeler, J. F., Cherokee printer,
454.

Wheelock, Dr. E., Indian labors
of, 183.

Wheelock, Lieut., dies in Flor-
ida, 471.

Wheelwright, Rev. J., his In-
dian deed, 284.

Wheelwright's Pond, battle of,
3:<5.

Whitaker, Mr., wounded in
Florida, 489.

Whitaker, a miscreant, with
the Indians, 568.

Whitchenst, Lt., in the Florida
war, 481.

WHITE-EYES, a noted Delaware
chief, 5^2, 523 ; (KOQUETH-

AGAEELON,) 556, 716.

White, Gen., destroys the Hal-
Ubees, 397.



Whitehall, (Eng.,) Indian treaty

at, 368.

White Hills, description of, 315
WHITE LION, a Huron ^hief

620.

WHITE LOON, a Wlnnebayo, 638.
White, Mr., on the Florida war,

427, 428.
White, Mr., his family attacked,

488.
White, Nathaniel, a captive.

305.
White, Peregrine, the first white

child born in N. England, 255.
WHITE THUNDER, an Jroquui*

chief, 532.
Whitley, Lieut., in the Florida

war, 471.

Whitman, Vallentine, interpret-
er, 139.
Wickabauir Ponds,ambush there,

213.
Wickford, (Cociimscussuc,)

troubles at, 220.
Wightman, Dr., at the battle of

OuiMecooche, 423.
Wilberforce, W., assists in

translating Indian language,

627.

Wilcox, Daniel, interpreter, 253.
WILDBOW, SAM, a JVarraganset.

261.
WILDCAT, (COACOOCHEE,) 479,

492; attack on some players,

493 ; bold exploit of, 494, 495.
Willard, J., his History of Lan-
caster, 265.
Willard, Major, 112 ; sent

against UNCAS, 283 ; relieves

Brookfield, 213 ; his house

burned, 221.
Willet, Capt. Thomas, 190, 192,

199.
Willet, Col. Marrinus, 386,579,

581, 587.
Williamson, Col., expedition of,

519, 521, 565.
Williamson, Hugh, on origin of

the Indians, 23.
Williamson, Peter, his Narra

live, 678.
Williams, Col. E., killed at L

George, 535.
Williams, John, Narrative of

his captivity, 325. ,

Williams, J. L., his account of

Florida, 465.

Williams, Major, killed in Flor-
ida, 472.
Williams, Roger, 81 ; kind to

Indians, 91 ; his account of

the JVarragansets, 119 ; not

allowed to visit Boston, 125 ;

interpreter, 157.
Willis, Comfort, of Bridgewater,

222, 223.
Wilson, Capt. Samuel, killed at

Point Pleasant, 540.
WINCUMBONE, wife of MONO-

NOTTO, saves the lives of two

captive girls, 173 ; of an Eng-
lishman, an enemy, 174.
Winchester, Gen., his defeat,

625.

Winder, Capt., his exploit, 484.
Winder, Gen., taken prisoner.

6-28.
WINGENIM, a Delaware chief.

563, 564.
WINGINA, an early Virginia

chief, 344, 345.
Winnebagoes, country of, 16, 637.

639.

WlNNEMAK, Opposes TECUM-

SEH, 618 ; fought atTippeca.we,
629 ; killed by LOGAN, 629.



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INDEX.



WlNNE Pt'KKITT, SOO of N\NA-

PA9HA.MET, 105 ; his marriage,

111 ; anecdote of, 278.
H'uintpisiogee, (JVipisipique,) 324.
\Vinslow, Edward, 83, 88, 89,

92,95.
\Vmslo\v, Major, 101, 199 ;

commands in the JVarragansct

fight, 219 ; wounded, 255.
Winslow, Nathaniel, of Plym-
outh, 196.
U'inslow'3 Rock, Long Reach,

284.
Winstanly, W., his Worthies

of England, 113, 437.
Winthrop, Gov. John, 91, 107,

126.
VVinthrop, Gov. J., Jr., 110, 141,

160, 161, 172, 206.
\Virt, William, 439 ; his death,



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