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Wootonekanuske and Teweeleema,
more familiarly known as Charlotte and Melinda Mitchell,
were the last descendants of Massasoit and lived at Betty's Neck in Lakeville.
AN HEIR TO KING PHILIP: http://nemasket.blogspot.com/2009/09/heir-to-king-philip.html
"a rock on a high hill a little to the eastward of the old stone fishing weir, where there is the print of a person's hand in said rock". [Massachusetts Historical Collections Vol. 3d 1810]
"Lenik himself suggests that "the handprint is that of a shaman who has marked the area as a sacred site. The boulder, standing alone on the hilltop, may have been seen as a source of spiritual power. The carving of the handprint may have been a shaman's attempt to derive power from the site."Hand Rock: http://nemasket.blogspot.com/2009/05/hand-rock.html