What tribe of Native Americans fought with the Pilgrims in 1637?
The Pequots () are a Native American people of Connecticut. Modern Pequots are members of the federally recognized Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, four other state-recognized groups in Connecticut, and the Brothertown Indians of Wisconsin. They historically spoke Pequot, a dialect of the Mohegan-Pequot language which became extinct by the early 20th century, though some are undertaking revival efforts. The Pequots and Mohegans were formerly a single group, but the Mohegans split off in the 17th century as the Pequots came to control much of Connecticut.
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