There were many men who helped shape the Colonial landscape of New England. Many dynamic and energetic men. One of the most prolific, and active men of the 1630s had to be John Underhill. When we last met, we developed a little of his family background. This episode we will look at his time among the English colonies. He held positions in Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut, New Haven, New Hampshire, and played a major role in the Mystic Massacre. It was not always pretty. We are building toward his second career in New Netherlands...that's right: this episode will only cover half of his story.
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