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Tribal Profile: Wampanoag - Native American History - About.com
Mashpee Wampanoag, Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah), Pokanoket Wampanoag of Rhode Island, Chappaquiddick Wampanoag, Chappaquiddick ...
Chief Massasoit Biography & Historical Relevance
Tribe: Wampanoag. Dates: ca. 1581 to 1661. Acclaim: Grand Sachem (chief) of the ... Conventional narratives of Massasoit paint the picture of a friendly Indian ...
Tribal Profile: Narragansett Indians - Native American History
Increasing tensions between the Wampanoag and the colonists, eventually drew in other tribes including the Narragansett in a general Indian uprising ...
Thanksgiving - Myths and Realities of Thanksgiving - American History
Schoolchildren across America will 'reenact' Thanksgiving by dressing as either pilgrims or Wampanoag Indians and sharing a meal of some sort. All of this is ...
King Philip's War (Metacomet's War): 1675-1676 - Military History
In 1662, Metacomet became Sachem (chief) of the Wampanoag after the death of ... Through the winter of 1675-1676, the Native Americans raided numerous ...
The First Thanksgiving - a brief unit study with discussion questions.
Massasoit was the chief of a local Indian tribe called the Wampanoags. The Wampanoags lived on Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, and inland. In early ...
Fast Facts About Thanksgiving - History and Traditions
The Plymouth Pilgrims dined with the Wampanoag Indians for the first ... Approximately 50 Native Americans attended the first Thanksgiving including Massasoit ...
Fact and Fiction about the Origins of Thanksgiving
Thus, the Pilgrims' survival that first winter can be attributed to Indians both ... of mutual protection with the Wampanoag under the leadership of Ousamequin ...
Fun Facts About The Pilgrims - Clip Art - About.com
The Native Americans, the Wampanoag Indians, were the people who taught the Pilgrims how to cultivate the land. By the fall of 1621, only half of the pilgrims, ...
American History Timeline - 1651 - 1675 - About.com
The Hudson River valley Indians surrender part of their territory to the Dutch. ... Plymouth forces King Philip (Metacomet), chief of the Wampanoag Indians, ...
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