Squaw Sachem Connection

White Birch of Squaw Sachem

This white birch found on Squaw Sachem’s original land where she was last known to reside. Starting at the entry point where the the water emerges from the hills, this white birch bark represents the purity of Squaw Sachem and her quest to save her people from final destruction as part of the land triangle to meet the English sailing ship in Charlestown headed to powder house in Medford.

This bark will be honored at Pocahontas Spring in Lynnfield and the land protected by one of her 3 sons all of whom were killed. The relationship between Squaw Sachem is closely beginning to unfold as a sacred triangle through the talking water.

Bonfire in honor of Squaw Sachem