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Native Americans living near

Plymouth, Massachusetts



Plimouth Plantation has created a 1620 date example of

Hobbamock's Homesite



tending the fire


to cook the dinner


The homesite takes its name from Hobbamock, a counselor to Wampanoag sachem
Ousamequin (Massasoit).
In 1621, Hobbamock was sent as an ambassador to live near the English colonists.



teaching the English children the native ways


native dwelling



Wampanoag carrying bag


turtles on a log in the lake beyond the dugout canoes


along Fel River pond


Native Americans in what is now New England

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