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) – late November 1622 o.s.), whose name was variously spelled in 17th-century documents and is commonly known as Squanto today, was one of the last of the Patuxet, a Native North American people living on the western coast of Cape Cod Bay, annihilated by an epidemic infection.
After intervening in a dispute between Dermer and Cape Cod Natives, Squanto evidently went to live with the Pokanoket, some say as a prisoner.
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Further delays won’t benefit anyone on either side.
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He eventually was sent there, where he met an associate of John Smith, Thomas Dermer, who was acting for the London merchants involved in settling New England.
In 1619 Dermer brought Squanto to his native village, which he found to be destroyed by an epidemic.