Deed to Tunxis Sepos

Creator:
Ahamo
Haynes, John
Pethus
Published/Created:
April 9, 1650
Physical Description:
Agreement/Contract
Associated Names:
Ahamo [Author]
Haynes, John [Author]
Pethus [Author]
Fanon, John [Mentioned within document]
Hart, Stephen [Attestor]
Hooker, John, 1664-1746 [Attestor]
Judd, Thomas [Witness]
Lewis, William, 1620-1690 [Recorder]
Moore, Isaac, 1622-1705 [Witness]
Newton, Roger, -1683 [Witness]
Sequassen [Mentioned within document]
Stanton, Thomas, 1616-1676 [Witness]
Thompson, Thomas [Witness]
Unknown [Recipient]
Topics:
North America -- British Empire -- Colony of Connecticut -- Farmington
North America -- Indian Country -- Mohawk Territory
North America -- Indian Country -- Tunxis Territory -- Tunxis-sepos
North America -- United States of America -- State of Connecticut -- Farmington
Topics:
Commerce/Trade -- Fur
Government -- Colonial -- Colony of Connecticut
Government -- Colonial -- Colony of Connecticut -- Towns -- Farmington
Government -- Tribal -- Tunxis -- Ahamo (1650)
Government -- Tribal -- Tunxis -- Pethus (1650)
Government -- Tribal -- Tunxis -- Sequasson (1650)
Land -- Complaints -- Encroachment
Land -- Conveyances -- Deed/Title
Land -- Conveyances -- Sale
Land -- Description -- Boundaries
Land -- Native Right
Land -- Reservation/Reserve -- Tunxis
Land -- Use -- Hunting/Fishing/Fowling
Land -- Use -- Improvement
Land -- Use -- Improvement -- Agriculture
Land -- Use -- Improvement -- Husbandry/Livestock
Land -- Use -- Improvement -- Pasture
Land -- Use -- Timber/Firewood
Landforms -- Aquatic -- Streams
Relations -- Colonial Affairs
Relations -- Tribal Affairs
Tribes/Communities -- Tunxis
YIPP -- Colony of Connecticut Collection, 1603-1783
Tribe:
Mohawk
Tunxis
Series:
Indians, Series 1 (1647-1789)
Language:
English
Format:
Text
Content Type:
Archives or Manuscripts
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Public
Source Title:
Connecticut Archives
Yale Collection:
Yale Indian Papers Project
Digital Collection:
New England Indian Papers Series
Funding Source:
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)
Original Repository:
Connecticut State Library
Local Record Number:
1650.04.09.01
oid pointer:
10683806
Citation:
Deed to Tunxis Sepos, April 9, 1650, (1650.04.09.01), Grant-Costa, Paul, et. al., eds., Yale Indian Papers Project, Yale University, http://jake.library.yale.edu:8080/neips/data/html/1650.04.09.01/1650.04.09.01.html.
OID:
10682510
PID:
digcoll:3294

Number of Pages: 2
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