"At last, you have arrived to Wachusett, when was the last time you washed?"
Mary, these are my three wives
The Master's Three Squaws; The old Squaw, proud dame, and the young one with her two papooses.
"How much would your husband give to redeem you?"
Mary and the captives were traveling to Wachusett and after many rough and tiring days,they finally arrived and get reunited with the master. Mary prayed to God to give her strength to get to her destination, which she did. The master and his squaw helped her get washed up and fed her.
Mary explains how the master had three squaws; ‘the old squaw’, the proud dame, and the young one. Mary knew that when the time was right, God would decide for her when the right time would be for Weetamoo (Native American Cheif) to let her go.
Tom and Peter got to her and gave her a letter from the council about the captives. The Sagamore (chief) called Mary into the general court to get information about her husband on what she believes her husband will offer to give
Before the Sudbury fight, Mary was describing the ritual the natives were doing before the war began. She describes how “he on the deerskin” was given a gun on each hand while the rest of the group were humming and muttering things. They went to the fight without hesitation and such confidence they were going to win, which was true. They killed two captains and almost 100 men.
Mary explained how the natives acted as if the devil told them to win the fight but they now act as if the devil told them they should've taken the fall. The natives return on Sabbath Day and Mary gets a pork meal from her master.