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Nashua rich in Native American lore; ‘Indiginous Peoples Day’ a better fit than ‘Columbus Day’

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Oct 9, 2021
Dean Shalhoup
This drawing, which appeared in The Nashua Telegraph in 1945 with a submitted article on Native American history in these parts, depicts a rendering of the "Indian head" that was supposedly carved into a tree by Native Americans, which gave the area along the Nashua River the name "Indian Head Village."

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