It is considered probable that the evicted Indians may be the present day Esquimaux, or at least have been absorbed into the Arctic tribes. They seem to have been fierce and warlike people who drove up from the south-west and forced the then holders of this area northward along the shore.In the second half of the 19th century, one particularly legendary cast-iron cookware maker was Griswold Manufacturing Company.Based in Erie, Pennsylvania, Griswold made its first...The USPTO has given the REVERE WARE 1801 trademark serial number of 72232349.Household or kitchen utensils and containers; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steel-wool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes. The name REVERE WARE 1801 is registered as a Trade Mark by the company Revere Copper and Brass Incorporated. REVERE WARE 1801 sells goods and services of ELECTRICALLY HEATED UTENSILS-NAMELY, SKILLETS, COFFEE PERCOLATORS, AND SERVING TRAYS. Lacking a written language, indeed any language which would have made accurate history possible, the story of the Indians can only be pieced together out of legends and some archeological material. There is some evidence of importance that the tribesmen the Puritans found here, were not here very long, being comparatively newcomers.
4 Before the white men, Winthrop was, of course, home to Indians. It is likely that the Indians here in 1600 were interlopers. This last is very scanty, too, for the Indians, being very primitive people, had little of permanent importance to leave behind when exterminated by the whites. Unfortunately, there were few Puritans sufficiently interested to write in any detail of the geography - or indeed of anything save the formal, legal records. This is made clear in the accounts of those first on the scene.