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Culture / Trail of Heartaches

We the People Called Quinnipiac
Trail of Heartaches

The Quinnipiac bands split in the 18th Century, “one part going to live with the Tunxis in Farmigton, the other remaining in a remote region of Guilford…” The group that went to Tunxis left later for Stockbridge, MA, where they joined the Munsee and Mahican. These all left together for a long “trail of heartaches” in the 19th Century, taking them to Oneida, NY, to Indiana, and finally to the Menominee Thunder Clan of Wisconsin.

Trail of Heartaches
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