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I had no idea the villages formed a pattern.
It would be interesting to know or see just where the various praying villages were on the 19th century maps provided. I didn't find the aerial photos of much help.
Great idea. I'll add that, thanks.-Vin
According to the oral history that I learned from Natick Praying Indians, all sites for the Praying Villages were chosen by the Indians, and they were all sacred hilltop sites.And I must know how your business got named. Is it located in Arlington?
Yes, I’ve also read that they chose those locations.Regarding the name ‘Menotomy’, yes it is the ancient Native American name for Arlington, MA. I lived there for 12 years, about 20 years ago.
I did the research and wrote the definitive paper on the history of the word Menotomy and its meaning for the Arlington Historical Society. So naturally that word gets my attention.
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