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SASOONAN, or ALLUMMAPEES ("one who is well wrapped up "), Indian chief, died in the autumn of 1747. He was king of the Delawares as earlv as 1718, and in that year headed the deputation of Indian chieftains at Philadell)hia who signed an absolute release to the proprietaries for lands "situate between Delaware and Susquehanna from Duck creek to the mountains on tiffs side Leehay," which lands had been granted by their ancestors to William Penn. In 1728 he removed to the Susquehanna. He was friendly to the whites, and an honest, true-hearted man of good natural sense.
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