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Native People bury racist rock
Worker's World, 1 December 1995. Moonanum James (Wampanoag), sachem of United American Indians of New England, led over 300 Native people and their supporters of all nationalities down to Plymouth Rock on Nov. 23. and there about a dozen protesters scaled an iron fence, jumped into the pit where the rock is located, and buried it.
Ihyannough of Mattakeeet: The True Story of Thanksgiving
By Joseph C. Winter, Wampanoag, 12 December 1996. A story written by a descendent of Ihyannough, one of the main Wampanoag sachems who welcomed the Pilgrims and who died as a result. Miles Standish was a paranoid murderer, John Billington and some of the other Pilgrims were cold-blooded killers, and the rest were religious bigots who rejoiced when the Wampanoags were killed by plagues.
The Significance of Wampum to Seventeenth Century Indians in New England
By Lois Scozzari, Graduate Student in American Studies, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, n.d.
Beads and Manhattan
From Peter Francis, Jr. n.d. The early Dutch settlers knew the value of beads. There is no proof the Dutch purchased Manhattan from the Canarsee Delawares for some beads. They were supposed to purchase the Island Manhattes from the Indians for 60 guilders, but there's no proof that payment was made.