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(124.) Metacomet's head remained on display for a quarter-century, though Cotton Mather removed the jawbone (Cotton Mather, Magnalia Christi Americana, London: T.
Os capitulos futuros mostram que ela agiu como Metacomet, procurando se juntar a outras tribos para fugir dos brancos (no caso de Mary, o marido dela era um indigena Flathead).
When Captain Benjamin Church tracked down and murdered Metacomet in 1676, his body was quartered and parts were "left for the wolves." The great Indian chief's hands were cut off and sent to Boston and his head went to Plymouth, where it was set upon a pole on the real first "day of public Thanksgiving for the beginning of revenge upon the enemy."
(Stone 98) Elevating his protagonist, Stone adapted the historical materials to serve the play's ideological agenda: while the historical Metacomet signed the capitulation in 1671, the dramatic Metamora confronts the English, and kills a few: "Thus do I smite your nation and defy your power" (Stone 75).
The Unsung recalls eight Native American icons, personified with great passion in a series of solos by Rod Seeber (Metacomet), Kurt Douglas (Pontiac), Francisco Ruvalcaba (Red Eagle), Scott (Tecumseh), Boumaila (Black Hawk), and Riedel (Sitting Bull).
especially the stinky, sulfurous kind--mud that is teeming with microscopic life." She also enjoys hiking the Metacomet and Monadnock trail, taking her students to study the rocks and life in the Harvard Forest, and listening to classical music.
Metacomet is an inbred derived from a cross between the nematode-susceptible Connecticut shade tobacco cultivar O-30, which was developed as a commercial production line by Windsor Shade Tobacco, Inc., and the G.
Master is also known as Harry, Sir by his associate Ralph; these two remind the reader of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, the "most unlikely pair ever to intrude into the misery of the Metacomet Ranch.
In 1675 the New England Native Americans, driven to desperation by the unending encroachment of the European settlers on their lands, attacked under the leadership of Metacomet, known to the Europeans as King Philip (1639?-1676).
A coalition of these tribes, known as the Five Nations, was headed by King Philip, Indian name Metacomet, chief of the Wampanoags.
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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