So, at this point, we’ll just have to live with the mystery at a time when only a few local historians are familiar with the obsolete name that went out of use long ago. Elm trees have no gender. For the less affluent The tree and grassy lane leading to it were on private property, and he was friends with the landowners. The Code of Hammurabi of ancient Babylonia (c. 1750 bce) provided that the death penalty Although that name is indeed more of a Whately phenomenon, it was settled between 1749 and 1770, when still part of Hatfield. The two writers are close in age, travel in the same circles, and are from the same bolt of cloth. Well, it just so happens that Mr. Field is the man who brought to light the Native American Great Beaver Tale explaining the origin of Deerfield’s Pocumtuck Range. I forwarded the photos to two trusted friends and experts, Peter A. Thomas and R. Michael Gramly, a pair of sage, PhD archaeologist/anthropologists with decades of field experience and knowledge. Field came from his own proud New England heritage. It was the Woodruff Bible, which displayed on one of its first pages a family register filled out in ink, most likely by my great-grandmother, Fannie Woodruff Sanderson (1865-1947), who died six years before I was born. Sadly, Pocumtuck DNA is scattered far, wide and thin, their language is extinct, and the creation tale of their homeland has faded to a ghost of what it was. I remove them on my side, wearing gloves to uproot them. Something that gave the panther even more context at this site was the fact that it also stood near a documented Connecticut River ford, or footpath crossing, at adjacent Sheldon’s Rocks. In need of immediate gratification with libraries closed for the pandemic, I finally succumbed to an offer that seems to appear every other day online. No need fo do anything except enjoy ourselves. I out by the barn picking raspberries when I initiated our first interaction with some playful remark to his friend, Erin, a young girl whose parents live next door. The pad contained notes I had taken 10 years ago during a spin through my fifth great-grandfather, Deacon Thomas Sanderson’s, 18th-century tannery and shoemaking account book (1769-1797) housed at Old Deerfield’s Memorial Libraries. Still, why not expediate the discovery process? Razed in the summer of 2013, this Whately building represented the last standing of four consecutive Sanderson homes on the west side of the River Roadconsuming more than a half-mile of frontage on the 1871 Beers Atlas map. Toon Viking Dwarf Horde at the Brewery. Scott was curious if I had ever explored that ridge. Of Eastern Algonquian and Cherokee roots, he’s a proud descendant of Grey Lock, the famous, displaced Woronoco (Westfield) warrior who, during the first third of the 18th century, wreaked havoc on what is now called the Pioneer Valley from his Lake Champlain Abenaki village. Metal trade goods had surely found their way to our slice of the Connecticut Valley decades before the Agawam Plantation (Springfield) was founded in 1636; and even if it had been carved for spiritual posterity by some post-King Philip’s War indigenous straggler, perhaps a shaman, it would still be a remarkable discovery. Now I’ve even discovered that another great-grandfather, William Fredrick Bardwell (1806-1885), was a pocketbook manufacturer, according to Whately historian James M. Crafts. I should have known better, given his previous place of residence – that UMass bedroom community known to sarcastic Trump supporters as The Peoples’ Republic of Montague Center. He knew all the stonewalls, property lines, and corners of his land, not to mention the discontinued roads, cellar holes, and stone-clad wells hidden under forest canopy. You’d think his family’s Deerfield misfortunes would have been front and center around PVMA gatherings. All were questions capable of keeping a thinking man awake nights, tossing and turning in possibilities. Actually, for weeks I have been thinking ahead to a couple of looming birthday celebrations local towns will celebrate. Sparse, wispy-white clouds creeping eastward in the soothing, pale-blue sky. The computed age of 276 years brings us back to 1744, 19 years before the end of the final French & Indian War. Notice how, unlike Sheldon, Pressey is vague in defining the mountainous beaver carcass – a wise move on his part. Whether he was aware of the whirlpool and ancient ford is irrelevant. Sugar Loaf) and the body is the northward range.”. Seems to me there was something happening at the old youth-baseball field off Christian Lane, before the days of Herlihy Park. If, however, such powerful forces were alert to the telling and insulted or disrespected, they could and very likely would strike back at disrespectful gatherings. $('#embed-d13').mediaelementplayer({'customError':$('#embed-d13 .me-err-fallback').html()}); Click for more on Shakespeare's pronunciation. The answer to that inquiry could gone a half a day. They were harmless hippies – friendly, in fact, once they understood they were not threatened. “Though partially hidden by vegetation, it’s hard to believe someone wouldn’t have previously seen it at some point. Tavern keeping has paralleled the growth of trade, travel, and industry throughout history and virtually worldwide. What was his claim to fame? Oh, how times have changed. I know the hunter had a Polish surname, one beginning with M and ending in ski. speech, modelled on the rhythms of the Bible). Then they would have probably resembled Ancient Roman Popina, or what we would call “Food Stands”. accusations that criminals planned their nefarious activities published in 1611--"He That Will an Alehouse Keep.". No fear falls to my lot. Parking there, we’d scout High Ridge to a backdoor descent to the old Boy Scout camp, then hike up to the old orchard on Dry Hill’s gentle north slope. The Banquet. Yes, sure, these people often intermarried, congregated, traded, and united as allies in times of conflict. If you know the date, you’re OK. posted in Columns, Genealogy, Indians, Local history, South Deerfield | many alehouses offered rooms for travellers and new arrivals Ooooops! Book online! Allis place to the Deerfield line.” Today, that description seems to have been conveniently extended some 200 feet south to Christian Lane by someone. Because, according to Craft, settlers were fearful of marauding Indians, who continued to use Hopewell Swamp at the foot of Sugarloaf for refuge and concealment when passing through. My search started with Michael Angel’s Preserving the Sacred: Historical Perspectives of the Ojibwa Midewiwin, then moved to Brian Swann’s trilogy on Native American Literature. You know how that goes. Sorry, Kid. Well, little did I know that more reliable data would soon appear in the form of an incredible stroke of good fortune. He lived about an hour and a half. Sheldon, who apparently was not familiar with the landscape tale before Field brought it to light, increased the word-count to 120 and introduced a few new elements. I would have preferred a humorous and evasive answer. Something lighthearted. They’ve added vivid color and detail to a foundational sketch. But were medieval… Indeed, the panther did have a Native American creator, despite being executed much later than we had hoped. Facing south toward the closed glen road passing my upper Greenfield Meadows home, wheels spinning, I can detect any passersby over my laptop screen. Not in my mind. Among those patrons were many names with which I was more familiar today than I was 10 years ago, having studied early church and town records for South Deerfield, Sunderland and Whately. Back then I even happened upon a small Sixties artist commune hidden there, the members of which summered in twine-bound lean-tos off Henhawk Road. Imagine that. Nonetheless, his blindness never diminished his spirit or stopped him from touring the roads and trails, still with a hop in his step. A short distance upstream from the carving, there is just such a deadly feature. When I pulled up on it, I could see it was attached to a small, rectangular plastic box attached about three inches up the base of a small tree to my right. He may by now be dead. puritanical. . Those villages existed in an area now occupied by Northfield, Hinsdale, New Hampshire., and Vernon, Vermont. Always thorough, careful, and accurate, Temple was the more astute antiquarian. University of Victoria Library. Thus, the people most associated with underwater-panther imagery had their deepest roots on the East Coast and may indeed have left such an image hidden somewhere in New England before migrating west. It was still dangerous territory not far from frontier villages dating back more than 75 years. Whately was his hometown. Praise the joys of capitalism. with holes; the irrepressible Lucio in Measure for What I had discovered quite by chance was a hunter’s trail-timer, placed along a well-used deer run to track movement into the nearby orchard. Where Was Canterbury of Early Hatfield/Whately. He was not. So, I had to rule her out before spending another second trying to arrange a field trip. It lays on the finest medieval banquet in the city, an all-inclusive night of hearty food, free flowing drinks and first-class entertainment. As I recall, that was our second assignment of the final semester. The earth over the beaver’s head we call Sugarloaf, the body lies just north of it.”. Saturday, 6 a.m. Backyard brook rattling. Why? About 60 years old, Mr. Sanderson was a much-respected farmer. Bruchac’s first publication of the Sugarloaf tale was in the essay “Earthshapers and Placemakers: Algonkian Indian Stories and the Landscape,” which appeared in the 2005 compilation Indigenous Archaeologies: Decolonizing Theory and Practice. So, the Deerfield antiquarian wrote that “Hobomok was offended” by the beaver’s “depredations” and was “determined to kill it,” not with a great stake but rather an “enormous oak” employed as a club. Bruchac completed her undergraduate BA at Smith College in 1999, before earning her MA (2003) and PhD (2007) at UMass-Amherst. A passing deer would hit the tripwire like I had and stop the timer inside to record the time of passing. Close up medieval guild sign for a guesthouse and tavern in the historic old city of Chur in Switzerland. On some mornings, yes, a phone call is part of my routine. He just listed Canterbury among 15 localities he believed to have been named “since the earliest settlement of the territory.” That includes Hopewell, which overlaps Canterbury and he believed received its name in 1679. Today, the places name Hopewell and Canterbury have faded to vestiges of the past. So, bear with me, please, and allow me to switch gears to a related diversion – one that came to me in timely fashion by email from old friend Dereka Smith. Samuel represented the first of many Fields or Field spouses to be either killed or captured by Indians, including many during the famous February 29, 1704 French and Indian sacking of Deerfield. Daily offer Medieval meals are combined with traditional Latvian cuisine in the tavern’s daily menu. ... For the medieval traveller, dining on the open road depended largely on your social class and the hostelry you chose to stay at. providing food and drink --a jug of beer or ale, served by a What recently re-ignited my interest in the site was a project I helped friend Peter Thomas complete. Let’s take a closer look at the picture Temple and Crafts painted. So, it didn’t take long for not only Canterbury but the entire west side of the river to become irrelevant to Judd. That was sad. Wow! Dwyer Lot, the site of the beef barbecue and Rotary Club Beer Fest, was right across Pleasant Street from the home my parents shared with my grandfather for my first 12 years of boyhood. In fact, that seems most likely. “Had the western sun not been at a perfect angle to illuminate it through a gap in the foliage, I would have never noticed it,” recalled Peirce, who, curious about what looked like a manmade squiggle on an obscured standing stone, turned his kayak around and paddled upstream to investigate. Personal-distancing measures and fear of infection were palpable and rampant the day I met my new neighbor named Gilead, a 7-year-old boy whose parents bought a home down the street. The tavern pictured here is catering for the wealthy, Perhaps the acreage of this place grew over time as houses and outbuildings were added, trees and brush were cleared, and swamps were drained to create fertile farmsteads. I sure do wish Scott was still in the neighborhood. So, both women are highly capable, articulate scholars and storytellers working at prestigious colleges. € 75,00 – € 240,00 Select options; Easefare blacksmiths workshop € 4,95 Add to cart; City wall straight € 2,95 Add to cart; Large house pack of 2 € 13,95 Add to cart; 1; 2; 3 → So, not only did this warning sign stand a short distance below a treacherous whirlpool; it also stood near the crossroads of two major travel arteries, one by land, the other by water. Measured at 17.2 feet around, the forester dug out his calculator, converted the circumference to 206.4 inches and plugged it into a complex formula involving Pi and the tree’s growth factor to arrive at an estimated age of 276 years, give or take. Krcma,sign for tavern, Medieval Fair, Zagreb 2015, 1. Finally, the tale viewed through an indigenous lens is being explored and developed. Natural occurrences were seldom if ever viewed as simple coincidence, and could always be related to familiar, ancient tales known for millennia and told around cozy winter fires capable of stirring creative juices of storyteller and listener alike. Hatfield split off from Hadley in 1670, after which it would have been only of peripheral interest to a Hadley historian. With little specie available during the Revolutionary War era, debts were paid with labor – such as hoeing corn, cutting firewood, roofing and construction of buildings – and commodities, such as “cyder,” maple syrup, furniture, lumber, chestnut shingles, and animal pelts. What a freakin’ fiasco, misinformation swirling like a meandering cyclone. Apparently, roaming cows were a constant concern. The Great Swamp is still populated by hemlocks and white oaks, both of which do well in wet habitats and would have been prevalent in colonial times as well. Sheldon’s model is composed of four segments – a head, shoulders, body and tail, not right no matter how you twist it. The probability of hitting a Powerball jackpot is better, likely much better. He was living with her at the time after retiring from the US Marine Corps. Field’s skeletal tale needed a little meat on its bones. Word of the tree’s rapid demise came to me by phone from friend Dennis Dassatti, who gardens in the rich, fertile North Meadows. Listen to the passage: Embedded audio playback is not supported by your browser. 1765) with nephew Thomas Sanderson’s family of eight. Measure uses the game as one of his euphemisms for The statute of limitations long ago passed. next page). Thomas had discovered an informative video by Kassabaum about the underwater panther and queried her, while Gramly thought it wise to run it past Bourque, a longtime friend and colleague who’s seen many Maine petroglyphs. What would that accomplish in these Trumpish times? In Henry IV, Part Two, the It was a Dry Hill-High Ridge racker, and an extraordinary one at that. Then along came Abraham Parker of Groton and Fort No. All that’s left is a conspicuous skeleton standing as a temporary gravestone. There is a storage room under the bar. I may soon poke around up there if I decide to hunt that back field bordering Mill River and the swamp. Yes, unlikely, but not impossible. It’s appropriate that Native storytellers have revived this ancient earthshaping tale and molded it into a modern narrative that fits contemporary norms. Bruchac and Brooks have many tendrils reaching into those upper-Champlain Native communities, and thus understand the melting-pot dynamics dating back hundreds of years. Wanting to share images, he took several digital photos with his Canon Point-and-Shoot camera before paddling back to his launching site, which, to his relief, was vacant, the path to his vehicle clear. Such animals lurk near deep holes and water vortexes.”. That said, it seems logical to me that the Canterbury plot, as first known, was that very slice of rich, terraced farmland wedged between the Connecticut River and Hopewell Plain, north of the old Bradstreet Grant and south of the Deerfield line. The tavern pictured here is catering for the wealthy, providing food and drink --a jug of beer or ale, served by a tapster.For the less affluent there were alehouses, where "cakes and ale*" were served.The alehouse became a centre of social interaction as churches* became more puritanical. Service. A medieval tavern with a bar and rentable bedrooms. "Mounsieur This dinner party was hosted in full theme with rich medieval characters, we decorated in a medieval style with rich fabrics and tapestries, the dinner party included medieval games and a medieval … “Trust me. Are you kidding? Now, with camouflaged bowhunters occupying local tree stands, why not, for posterity, put it in black and white? A century later, in 1771, Hatfield was split in two, the northern half becoming Whately, today the member of a different county no less. The same cannot be said for Reuben Field Wells (born 1888), esteemed Hatfield historian who shared authorship of the History of Hatfield (1910) with his father, Deacon Daniel White Wells (born 1842). There’s a glaring void in Whately’s North Street/Whately Glen neighborhood. Join us! That’s precisely where my Saturday-morning walk took me: a half-century back in time. It was long ago. Could it possibly be unknown to locals? – as it turned out, the local underwater panther graces this very woman’s private, secluded Connecticut River “beach.” The descendant of 19th-century Miami chief Little Turtle (Michikinikwa in her native tongue), she grew up in Chicago and used to visit the Alton, Illinois piasa image adorning cliffs overlooking the upper Mississippi River. When I ran into a particularly vexing snag, I’d compose a concise query in the CompuServe forum and typically receive a prompt and professional answer with a greeting of “Hi Cuz” or “Hello Cuzzin.”. So, fearful that I’ll meld many into one, why bother trying to piece together my Hatfield memories? Credit Acton kayaker Al Peirce with the interesting May 20 discovery, made while killing time awaiting takeout following his maiden Deerfield River paddle. Saturday’s was such a walk. A Whately Historical Commissioner and professional genealogist, she’s working on a book about old Whately homes and families and, out of the clear, blue sky a few weeks ago, decided to pick my brain about the Elijah Sanderson farmstead on the southern foot of Mt. Talk about a needle in a haystack, a random discovery like that, in deep woods no less, should never happen. Indian is no longer acceptable in some circles, where Native American or my friend’s term are preferred. I don’t recall what I said. Because of a shorter North Country growing season, Native communities situated there clung more to their “Old Ways” of hunting and gathering than their southern, agriculturist cousins, who adopted Three Sisters farming of corn, beans and squash as their foundational food source. If the discussion is dynamic, let it roam. The rest of the story (with minor editing) read like this: “Although the train whistled at all crossings, Mr. Sanderson for some reason evidently did not hear the whistle. He said that although doctors classified him as blind, he could detect some light, shapes, and movement, just enough to stubbornly continue putting one foot in front of the other on home turf he had trekked since childhood. There’s no need to mention names. Crafts was a little more daring than Temple about Canterbury, writing that it “was so called as early as 1718 and probably earlier,” without sourcing that information. The writers of the "coney-catching" puritan, catches his pedantic Looming large in the background is the Sugarloaf cathedral, a tall, proud sentry guarding the farmland below. In the 2010 notes, I had fortunately recorded an alphabetical list of the family tannery/shoe-shop patrons, as well as notes of interest here and there regarding specific transactions. Dassatti had known the tree for at least a half-century. To tell the truth, I can’t even remember the name of the Hatfield bowhunter I’m writing about. for offline playback in a dedicated media player. The longer versions would have been great theater, the full Monty, so to speak, introducing song and dance, the heartbeat of drums and chants, flashy costume and hushed drama – suspense that could strike fear or rapture into an entranced gathering. He could go on and on. For many visitors who want a glimpse of what it is like to visit a medieval tavern… Many a big buck has been taken from those woods overlooking the so-called “Plantation” and West Brook. At this point, we can only try to accurately re-create an extinct oral tale and the lessons its landscape carcass display. Interesting. This person is a Native American woman who ran a hilltown summer camp to which I had sent my grammar-school sons. It’s about a road near the Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont, where his college friend lives. Medieval Tavern Dinner in Prague MENU 2 (poultry). Was there double-indemnity back then? Eleven years later, in her 2016 PVMA online essay “The Geology and Cultural History of the Beaver Hill Story,” she still used the documented Pocumtuck names for landscape features and locations. Thus, it was important to assess the apple crop before hunting season began. Talk about a show-stopper. Everyone agreed the carving was worthy of professional, on-site evaluation. Where he works to win his name, Whately Squire Goes To Happy Hunting Ground, Sugarloaf Beaver Tale All Began In 1871 With Phinehas Field And The PVMA. And yet bear so fresh a brain 2.3.116-17). Even if you don't post your own creations, we appreciate feedback on ours. Out of the focused reading arose growing suspicions in my mind about the source of the Montague petroglyph. I had met my first bad editor. Nonetheless, no one was ever prosecuted, and the explosive event soon faded into the ether. Hatfield is a proud Yankee town that helped seed the Connecticut Valley with families that still populate our hills and dales. Weddings, official and unofficial, and funerals were No, not a comprehensive, multi-generational lineage, yet more than enough to stir my curiosity. Mead. By 1659, the restless Field had removed to nascent Northampton. Occasionally, I’d lower my standards and dip into the 190s when checking-station personnel raved about the animal. 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