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Roger sent a copy of the map to Massachusetts. He included a letter with the map. “[I]t would be pleasing to all natives, that women and children be spared,” Roger wrote. On the night of May 25, a surprise attack was made on Fort Mystic. The fort was set on fire. Roger’s plea went ignored. About 700 Pequots died, women and children among them. Roger protested the killings. “I fear some innocent blood cries at Connecticut,” he wrote. Roger also protested selling the Pequot prisoners into slavery.

They welcomed Roger, too. Roger found himself in the middle of a disagreement between the Wampanoag and Narragansett tribes. They asked him to help settle the argument. The Narragansetts thanked him by giving him tribal lands to use. The Narragansetts Differing Opinions Roger Williams’s experiences trading with the Native American tribes led to a mutual respect that enabled him to settle the argument between the Naragansetts and the Wampanoags. were a powerful tribe in control of good land around Narragansett Bay.

He wrote a letter that was passed from town to town. He compared society to a ship at sea, its passengers sharing a common fate. They must cooperate or risk disorder and death. Roger’s letter quieted the protesters. Even after he stopped being president, Roger did his best to bring unity to Rhode Island. In 1658 he finally convinced Massachusetts to give up any claim to Rhode Island land. Pawtuxet then joined the colony. The year before, Coddington had agreed to cooperate with Rhode Island’s elected government.

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