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At the top, the final several hundred or thousand feet was sheared away. This is made clear in the accounts of those first on the scene.
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The early history of New England is bloody and bitter with its series of Indian wars -- with the Indians eventually being instigated and led by first the French and then the British.
The Indians, he reported lived in villages of bark houses, each large enough to shelter 30 or 40 persons, with the entire village fortified by a stout palisade of logs. Winthrop, its woods, fields and beaches, was a nursery for multitudes of birds. So Jesus, at the lowest point of his humiliation, was proclaimed Messiah-King in the languages of the three principal peoples of the world.
When the world went into one of these cold periods, sheets of ice, sometimes a mile in thickness, would creep down out of the north and in their coming -- as well as in their departure, when the climate warmed again -- they profoundly changed the face of things.
Boniface Ramsey, Works of St. Probably Winthrop was one such resort although there were unquestionably Indians in permanent residence here -- not very many, because there was not sufficient forest area to support a large village. Thus much of the old writing is somewhat original.
Entrance into the village was by a single plank log is probably the better word laid across the ditch and giving into a very narrow gate. During the past years, particularly during the past two decades, under the inspiration of Sidvin Frank Tucker, custodian of the Town Museum in the Public Library, some amount of Indian relics have been collected and preserved.
By many years of self-sacrificing service by public-spirited citizens who have served the town largely without pay, the town is practically without debt; nearly all the streets are paved and have sidewalks while the municipal establishments, schools, library, town hall, fire houses and all the rest are paid for in full.
In any event, the Indians were very nearly wiped out of existence; only an impotent handful remaining. The New England savage was a brave and stalwart person who would rather fight than do most anything else.
What will you say of two hundred fold and upwards? Of small interest now but formerly valuable for oil, were such as whales, porpoises and blackfish. He would leave Winthrop by what is now Revere Street and pass along the eastern and northerly side of Beachmont to what is now Crescent Beach, Revere.
Perkins and his aides would wait until there was a considerable flock of birds, say at about where the present Winthrop-East Boston bridge is now and then, in row-boats, drive the birds into the net and force them deeper and deeper into its constrictive diameter until, at the end, they could pick up the birds by hand -- taking them alive to Boston market.
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The section then was heavily wooded, the beaches were numerous and there were the great unspoiled salt marshes -- ideal attractions for many kinds of birds. It seems unlikely the proud and able Indians of eastern Massachusetts would have allowed white men to seize their land and level their forests.
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