Member of an American Indian people who inhabited the northeast Great Lakes region of Connecticut and other parts of New England in the 1600s. Their language comes from the Algonquian family. Known...
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Algonquian-speaking woodland Indians of southern New England. The Eastern Niantic lived on the western coast of what is now Rhode Island and on the ... [1 related articles]
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Niantic was a whaleship that brought fortune-seekers to Yerba Buena later renamed San Francisco during the California Gold Rush of 1849. Run aground and converted into a storeship and hotel, she was a prominent landmark in the booming city for several years. The site of Niantic beside the Transamerica Pyramid is now a Calif
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