Notes on the Crania of New England Indians

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The Society, 1880 - Craniology - 10 pages
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Page 5 - Their sachems have not their men in such subjection, but that very frequently their men will leave them upon distaste or harsh dealing, and go and live under other sachems that can protect them : so that their princes endeavour to carry it obligingly and lovingly unto their people, lest they should desert them, and thereby their strength, power, and tribute would be diminished.
Page 3 - Massachusetts, whose dominion reacheth so far as the English jurisdiction, or colony of the Massachusetts, doth now extend, and had under them several other smaller sagamores ; as the Pennakooks, Agawomes, Naamkeeks, Pascatawayes, Accomintas, and others.

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