Miantonomo had already come about halfway, and, after holding a council with his chiefs, he decided to push on.
This brought matters to a climax, for their chief, Sequassen, was related to Miantonomo and Miantonomo took up his quarrel.
But Miantonomo denied that he had planned a united attack on the settlements.
It is a large, square block of granite with the name and the date carved upon it, “Miantonomo, 1643.”
Not long after this, Miantonomo was accused of trying to unite all the Indian tribes against the English settlers.