I live in the home of the Pawtucket tribe. Nanapashemit and Squaw Sachem lived together on the shores of the Mystic River, along my commute. The Agawome and Naamkeek once canoed on the fall bright waters of Spot Pond, when it was quiet. Doleful Pond was a field of Indian corn, cultivated by skilled and careful hands.
Silas Dean says, approvingly, “this was a great place for the destruction of the Indians by the early settlers.”
Today, we remember.
Who lived in your home, before it was “discovered”?