Metallak


January 10. 2014 2:35PM

Metallak - Stewartstown, New Hampshire 







Route 145
Stewartstown, NH

Marker Number: 47
Name and date established: Stewartstown 1967

Description: Hunter, trapper, fisherman, and guide, well and favorably known by the region's early settlers. "The Lone Indian of the Magalloway" was the last survivor of a band of Abenaki inhabiting the Upper Androscoggin. Blinded by accidents, Metallak died a town charge in 1847 at the reputed age of 120. He is buried in the North Hill Cemetery on the road to the east.

Location: Located on the east side of Route 145, about 1 mile north of Stewartstown Village.
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