biographical name 1588?-?1683 Pequot Indian chief

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  • Uncas — (* vermutlich 1600; † 1682) wurde als Pequot Indianer in Neuengland geboren. Er war berüchtigt für seine Rachsucht und Habgier, für Raub, Mord und Verrat. Er hatte nichts mit dem beliebten literarischen Sohn des Chingachgook namens Uncas im Roman …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Uncas — y Miantonomoh. Uncas (en algonquino Wonkus “lobo”) (1588 1683) fue un dirigente pequot que se rebeló contra su suegro Sassacus, y se separó fundando la fracción de los mohegan. Dio apoyo a los colonos en la Guerra Pequot de 1637. También se… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Uncas — who through his alliance with the English colonists against other Indian tribes made the Mohegans the leading regional Indian tribe. Uncas was a Mohegan by birth. He was born near the Thames River in present day Connecticut the son of the Mohegan …   Wikipedia

  • Uncas — /ung keuhs/, n. ( the Circler ) 1588? 1683?, Mohegan leader. * * * …   Universalium

  • Uncas — /ung keuhs/, n. ( the Circler ) 1588? 1683?, Mohegan leader …   Useful english dictionary

  • Uncas Rugby Club — Uncas Nombre completo Uncas Rugby Club Apodo(s) Aurinegro Fundación 20 de junio de 1969 (42 años) Presidente …   Wikipedia Español

  • Uncas A. Whitaker — Uncas Aeneas Whitaker (b. March 22, 1900 in Lincoln, Kansas; d. September 1975 in Maine)Anthony Hallett, Diane Hallett, Entrepreneur Magazine Encyclopeda of Entrepreneurs, 1997: John Wiley and Sons, pp. 286 287 (ISBN: 0471175366)] was raised in… …   Wikipedia

  • USS Uncas (1843) — was a 192 ton steamer acquired by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. Uncas was used as a gunship by the Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries. Built in New York… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Uncas — Infobox nrhp | name =Camp Uncas nrhp type = caption = nearest city= Raquette Lake, New York locmapin = New York area = built =1893 architect= William West Durant architecture= Other added = April 03, 1987 governing body = Private mpsub=Great… …   Wikipedia

  • Miantonomoh — Uncas and Miantonomoh. Miantonomoh (1600? August 1643), also spelled Miantonomo, Miantonomah or Miantonomi, was a chief of the Narragansett tribe of New England Indians, nephew of their grand sachem, Canonicus (died 1647). He seems to have been… …   Wikipedia

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