Lodging in Wigwams: the redemption of Daniel Gookin - Natick Historical Society

Lodging in Wigwams: the redemption of Daniel Gookin - Natick Historical Society

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An illustrated talk on the seventeenth century Daniel Gookin who
worked side by side with Reverend John Eliot. Gookin, the Superintendent of Indians, for 30 years, won the trust and even the
admiration of the Praying Indians and for doing so was subject to death threats from intolerant fellow colonists.

Tom Paine, descendant of Daniel Gookin, will present a unique view of the Praying Indian history.

Program will be held at the Eliot church at 45 Eliot Street (Route 16).

Parking is available behind the white commercial building across from the church on Union Street.

All are welcome! Free for NHS members and Natick students:
$5 donation requested for all others.

Tags: Local Events




Event Details

Date: March 19, 2018
Time: 7:00pm -

Location:
Eliot Church
45 Eliot St.
Natick, Massachusetts 01760

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Contact:
Natick Historical Society
508.647.4841
info@natickhistoricalsociety.org


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