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Metacomet

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(74) En 1672, Felipe (Metacom), cacique de los wampanoagas, que habia sucedido a su padre, el viejo Massasoyt ([cruz] en 1661); fue presionado por los colonos para que se tornara cristiano.
When Massasoit died in 1660, his sons, Wamsutta and Metacom, also tried to maintain the peace, but Wamsutta's sudden and mysterious death after a meeting with the English left Metacom, who was also known as Philip, as sachem.
Metacom replaced his elder brother as chief of the Wampanoags.
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Among the more notorious is the 1676 Indian attack on Lancaster, which took place during Metacom's or King Philip's War.
Roger Williams University School of Law, 10 Metacom Ave., Bristol RI 02809-5171, USA
For example, in North America alone, numerous examples of Transcommunal outlooks can be found in such alliances as the Wabanaki (or Abanaki), the Massachusett, the Seminoles/Africans, and in the vast resistance movements among Native peoples that were the framework for the organizing of alliances by Joseph Brant, Tecumseh, Pontiac, Metacom or "King Philip," Wild Cat, John Horse, and the many thousands of native women and men who fought alongside them.
The date of birth of King Philip, whose Indian name was Metacom or Metacomet, is unknown; he died in battle on August 12, 1676, after serving as sachem of the <IR> WAMPANOAGA INDIANS </IR> .
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One of the leaders in the audiotape field is Minneapolis-based Metacom. Radio reruns featuring old favorites such as Jack Benny and Abbot and Costello have been supplemented with a self-help series.
1, 71, as quoted in Jenny Hale Pulsipher, "Massacre at Hurtleberry Hill: Christian Indians and English Authority in Metacom's War," The William and Mary Quarterly, Third Series 53, 1996, 459-86.
In the American Revolution, the names of Red Jacket, Cornplanter, and Joseph Brant (Thayendanega) became known as those of a great orator, a great war chief, and a great peacemaker respectively." He pays tribute to leaders who "stood firm for the right of the Indians to go on living as their forefathers had lived," naming Red Jacket, Metacom, Osceola, Black Hawk, and many others.