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They relied on the rivers for fishing, water and transportation.
The coastal areas and riverways were traditional areas of settlement by various cultures of indigenous peoples, who had been in the region for thousands of years.
(The Sicaog tribe had made a similar offer to mediate to the Dutch in New Amsterdam.
New Netherland had far fewer European settlers than New England, and they were not in a position to take up the opportunity.) In 1635, a party of around 30 people, sponsored by Sir Richard Saltonstall, and led by the Stiles brothers, Francis, John and Henry, settled in the Windsor area.
The spot of the trading post is at the confluence of the Farmington and Connecticut Rivers.
The Loomis Chaffee School currently owns the land as the spot is now the school's sports fields.
A woman had been asleep alone in her bedroom when, shortly after 4 a.m., she felt someone lay down on her bed, police said.
Two years later, the highway was extended north to the colony's 1636 settlement at Springfield, and thus the three settlements that came to dominate the region for much of colonial history were connected.
Native Americans referred to the area as Matianuck.
It was about 50 miles (80 km) up river from Long Island Sound, at the end of waters navigable by ship and above the Dutch fort at Hartford, offering an advantageous location for the English to trade with the Indians before they reached the Dutch.
During the next few years, more settlers arrived from Dorchester, outnumbering and soon displacing the original Plymouth contingent, who returned to Plymouth in 1638 after selling their parcel to a Matthew Allyn of Hartford named after the town of Windsor, Berkshire, on the River Thames in England.
Several towns that border Windsor were once entirely or partially part of Windsor, including Windsor Locks, South Windsor, East Windsor, Ellington (which was later part of East Windsor), and Bloomfield (originally called "Wintonbury", a composite of the town names Windsor, Farmington and Simsbury).
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First, the natives refused to sell grain at the usual market price, and then refused to sell it at "a reasonable price".