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12-Jun-2019 04:57

She married Richard Stalbird and gave birth to five children.

But it's her service to the residents of the region that are steeped in legend.

The gentle Indian maid dared not disobey this mandate until one day she heard that a child whom she was very fond of was sick and right at death's door.

Her father soon heard of the visit she had made to the settlement in spite of his orders and in revenge he burned down the home of the child's parents.

Passaconaway is attributed with creating the forestless "old horn" of Mount Chocorua.

It is said that Passaconaway started a forest fire that laid the peak bare.

Jefferson, NH "Granny" Stalbird, also known as Deborah Vicker, was only the second woman to settle in the town of Jefferson.

After the wedding ceremony, the whole tribe accompanied the two in their canoes halfway across the lake.

The sky when they started was overcast and the waters black, but just as they were about to turn and leave them, the sun came out and the waters sparkled around the canoe of Mineola and Adiwando.

Her prayer was soon answered and she was seen ascending to Heaven in her canoe with arms outstretched and looking for all the world like a white sea gull.

Thus passed on to the Happy Hunting Grounds the gentle Owaissa, but even to this day fortunate ones sometimes see this vision and hear the wild sea waves endlessly repeating "Owaissa, Owaissa." Lakes Region "Many moons ago on the northern shore of this beautiful lake there lived a great chief, Wonaton, renowned for his great courage in war, and for the beauty of his fair daughter, Mineola. One day, Adiwando, the young chief of a hostile tribe to the south, hearing so much of the fair Mineola, paddled across the lake and fearlessly entered the village of his enemies.

Jefferson, NH "Granny" Stalbird, also known as Deborah Vicker, was only the second woman to settle in the town of Jefferson.After the wedding ceremony, the whole tribe accompanied the two in their canoes halfway across the lake.The sky when they started was overcast and the waters black, but just as they were about to turn and leave them, the sun came out and the waters sparkled around the canoe of Mineola and Adiwando.Her prayer was soon answered and she was seen ascending to Heaven in her canoe with arms outstretched and looking for all the world like a white sea gull.Thus passed on to the Happy Hunting Grounds the gentle Owaissa, but even to this day fortunate ones sometimes see this vision and hear the wild sea waves endlessly repeating "Owaissa, Owaissa." Lakes Region "Many moons ago on the northern shore of this beautiful lake there lived a great chief, Wonaton, renowned for his great courage in war, and for the beauty of his fair daughter, Mineola. One day, Adiwando, the young chief of a hostile tribe to the south, hearing so much of the fair Mineola, paddled across the lake and fearlessly entered the village of his enemies.Granny is known to have traveled on horseback, healing those by drawing from her nursing training and her knowledge of Native American remedies.