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[sam-uh-set] /ˈsæm əˌsɛt/
died 1653? North American Indian leader: aided Pilgrims during early years in New England. Unabridged
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  • During these remarks, a conversation in a low tone had been passing betwixt the Sagamore and Samoset.

    The Knight of the Golden Melice John Turvill Adams
  • Samoset had heard from his brethren of the forest all the incidents of this conflict.

    King Philip John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
  • Will at this moment recognized the woman as the one whom he had met driving towards Samoset with Tom Putnam.

  • "Tisquantum is welcome, and so is Samoset," replied Carver gravely.

    Standish of Standish Jane G. Austin
  • Probably you have noticed 'Priscilla,' 'Pilgrim,' 'Samoset,' and the other historical names.

    Brenda's Ward Helen Leah Reed
  • He had seen the like away up in Samoset bay, and had taken part in the fun.

    Jack Harvey's Adventures Ruel Perley Smith
  • The next time Samoset came he brought with him another Indian, whose name was Squanto.

  • It was the same news which Samoset had brought us, and there could no longer be any doubt as to its truth.

    Mary of Plymouth James Otis
  • The Samoset Rifles or Guards were organized in 1835 and were presently added to the regiment.

  • It is a savage by the name of Hobomok, whom Samoset brought to Plymouth.

    Mary of Plymouth James Otis

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