https://plymouth.wickedlocal.com/news/20190320/herring-pond-wampanoag-burial-ground-transfer-hits-snag Their dead are buried here, so the town gave them back the cemetery that, by rights, belonged to them in the first place. PLYMOUTH – Their dead are buried here, so the town gave them back the cemetery that, by rights, belonged to them in the first place. Now, Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe chairlady Melissa Ferretti says state law is preventing Herring Pond Wampanoags from taking ownership of the…

https://plymouth.wickedlocal.com/news/20181205/herring-pond-wampanoag-burial-ground-comes-home Alice Hirsch, wife of Solomon Webquish, died Aug. 11, 1859 and was buried here, on a hill in Cedarville, off Long Pond Road. Hirsch was laid to rest alongside relatives and cousins like Dina Chummuc who died at the age of 19 April 17, 1840, Antone Francis, who was 31 when he died in 1840 and Lucy Anah, who was buried here in 1831, never to see her fourth…

https://plymouth.wickedlocal.com/news/20180905/herring-pond-wampanoag-asking-for-six-acres-in-south-plymouth It’s an innocuous article toward the back of the fall Town Meeting warrant affecting a relatively small hidden property at the southern end of Plymouth. But for the Herring Pond Wampanoag tribe it could be an important step forward. PLYMOUTH – It’s an innocuous article toward the back of the fall Town Meeting warrant affecting a relatively small hidden property at the southern end of Plymouth. But for the…

https://plymouth.wickedlocal.com/news/20190408/wampanoags-among-us-herring-pond-descendant-warren-harding This series features Pilgrim and Wampanoag descendants to honor Plymouth’s 400th anniversary. “I was born and brought up here in Bourne. I went to Bourne schools. It’s right on the Plymouth town line. “When I was young, we used to go to PowWows. Things like that – they don’t have them anymore. My people were here thousands of years ago. I don’t give it much thought because I figure…