One cannot help but to compare two people’s travels from the same place that ended up in the same place a number of times?
Origin & Early Mohican History
Mohican Stockbridge, Massachusetts
Mohican Nation were merged with Munsee and Brotherton Indians
Reading from the Origin & Early Mohican History
One can see a people supposable traveling through time one would guess, from north and west, they crossed waters where the land almost touched.
This could be up and through the Bering Strait?
Up through what is now Russia, through the waters where the land almost touched and for many, many years they moved across the land, leaving settlements in rich river valleys as other moved on?
Hendrick Aupaumut committed the oral history of the Mohicans to writing, in the mid 1700’s, a non-Indian took the manuscript to be published and it was reportedly lost. When found, the manuscript’s first page was missing.
Now go back a little bit to the ” they moved across the land, leaving settlements in rich river valleys as other moved on”, could those others that mover on be the Mohiigan?
We are all one.
Mohiigan (Mohegan) origin Bering Strait
Mohiigan (Mohegan) came from the Bering strait bridge and Iceland
The Konkapot Family
a Mohican Chief who served as a selectman in George Washington’s Army during the American Revolution. The Stockbridge Mohicans were the only Native Americans to serve with the Colonists in the French and Indian and Revolutionary wars, and the first Native Americans to be granted U.S. citizenship. Chief Konkapot also played a vital role in the negotiations with early missionaries, bringing education and Christianity to the tribe.
Preacher Samson Occum gathered natives from around the New England area and moved to Brothertown?