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By Jean M. O'Brien
In line with Jean O'Brien, Indians didn't easily disappear from colonial Natick, Massachusetts because the English prolonged their domination. fairly, the Indians creatively resisted colonialism, defended their lands, and rebuilt kinfolk networks and neighborhood in the course of the strategic use of English cultural practices and associations. within the overdue eighteenth century, Natick Indians skilled a technique of "dispossession by way of levels" that rendered them invisible in the better context of the colonial social order, and enabled the development of the parable of Indian extinction.
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And . . Rulers, doe govern: Their Priests, performe and manage their Worship: Their wise men and old men (of which number the Priests are also,). . "38 Sachems, to whom the English mistakenly ascribed monarchical authority, attained their positions through inheritance: "It is the custom for their kings to inherit, the son always taking the kingdom after his father's death. "39 The emphasis on hereditary leadership accounts for the presence of some female sachems. The evidence suggests that there may also have been hierarchical arrangements between sachems, who engaged in reciprocal gift giving to regulate relations with each other.
F. MacClear, "New England and the Fifth Monarchy: The Quest for Millennium in Early American Puritanism," William and Mary Quarterly (hereafter cited as WMQ), 3d sen, 32 (1975): 223-60; and James Hollstun, A Rational Millennium: Puritan Utopias of Seventeenth-Century England and America (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987). 9—10: Then said he unto me, Prophesy unto the wind, prophesy, son of man, and say to the wind, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Come from the four winds. O breath, and breathe upon these slain, that they may live.
11-141 A. Metaphor and place Between 1650 and 1675, twenty years after the establishment of Massachusetts Bay, Natick came together as a Praying Town. One of John Eliot's favorite texts provided a metaphor for the coming together of Natick, and a point of convergence between the English religion and Native belief. "3 Whether by design or coincidence, Eliot's chosen passage reverberated among his Indian listeners: the first Text out of which Mr. Eliot preached to the Indians was about the dry bones, Ezek.
Dispossession by Degrees: Indian Land and Identity in Natick, Massachusetts, 1650–1790 by Jean M. O'Brien