Flatterers are the worst type of enemy. — Tacitus

Massasoit

1581–1661
Civilization: American — Pokanoket/Massachusetts
   Field of Renown:  chieftain — Wampanoag
Era:  Colonial Times

Indian chief who befriended the pilgrims and lived in peace with them for forty years in Massachusetts.

Other Resources


Story Links
Book Links
Indian Troubles  in  American History Stories, Volume I  by  Mara L. Pratt
Massasoit and the Medicine Men  in  Stories of the Pilgrims  by  Margaret B. Pumphrey


Image Links


Massasoit and his Warriors
 in King Philip

The palace of Massasoit
 in King Philip

The First Thanksgiving
 in Massasoit

Bright Eyse lay swiniging among the branches
 in Massasoit

The startled deer sprung from the river
 in Massasoit

Massasoit!' he cried at last
 in Massasoit

Interview with Massasoit
 in Indian History for Young Folks

The Palace of King Massasoit
 in Indian History for Young Folks