Anthony, one of the Christian Indians, was sent to the island in Boston Harbor in King Philip's War. He was so educated that he was able to teach, and was a kind of minister among his brethren.
After they were liberated from there, Anthony built a large shelter, by some considered a meeting house, in which a school was kept on weekdays, and on Sundays lectures were delivered by Reverend John Eliot and Major-General Daniel Gookin, in the winter of 1676.
The place of their settlement was upon the Charles River, near Hoanantum Hill.
[Hoanantum is Nonantum or Nahanton Hill near Newton Center, Massachusetts.]
— Indian Biography, by Samuel G. Drake, 1832, (edited)
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