Massasoit

[ mas-uh-soit ]
/ ˈmæs əˌsɔɪt /

noun

c1580–1661, North American Indian leader: sachem of the Wampanoag tribe; negotiator of peace treaty with the Pilgrims 1621 (father of King Philip).

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Massasoit
/ (ˈmæsəˌsɔɪt) /

noun

died 1661, Wampanoag Indian chief, who negotiated peace with the Pilgrim Fathers (1621)
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