"I'm going northward to-morrow morning, where Squanto tells me a flock of geese are astir," Ned spoke further.
"'T is a piteous tale," said Bradford gently when Squanto had finished.
And that Indian proved to be Squanto, one of the five who had been taken away fifteen years before.
Yet when Squanto said, "Take um," he thought well to obey the interpreter.
The next time Samoset came he brought with him another Indian, whose name was Squanto.
And Squanto would be our best help, he and Captain Standish, wouldn't they?
The people at Plymouth did not know how to plant the corn they had found, but Squanto taught them.
Squanto looked proudly at his hearers, rejoicing in his good news.
Squanto had been taken to England by some white men in 1614.
"Narragansett, come tell you not friends to you," said Squanto.