Aggressors of the Pequot War. Essay explores controversy over the war and argues that statue of Major John Mason should be removed, instead of glorified.
The Aggressors of the Pequot War
<Tab/>In 1889, the state of Connecticut raised a memorial statue of Major John Mason in a spot near where he and his comrades killed 600 Pequot men, women, and children during the Pequot War. A few years ago, the statue was moved to the Palisado Green in Windsor, Connecticut. The statue was moved because the Pequots felt that the English were the aggressors of the Pequot War and had no right to keep their statue on the holy ground where their ancestors were slaughtered. Although the statue was moved, there is still much debate as to who the…
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