Fidelia Fielding Memorial Boulder


Fidelia Hoscott Fielding (1827-1908)

Revered member of the Mohegan Pequot tribe, responsible for the preservation of her tribe’s language and customs (Inducted 1994)

Fidelia Hoscott Fielding is considered the last speaker and preserver of the Mohegan Pequot language.  A plaque honors Fielding's contributions in maintaining the Mohegan language and tribal traditions.  The Memorial Boulder is located at Fort Shantok State Park in Uncasville.

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