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He was said to be a Delaware (Lenape) (needs source) and was either a chief or a young warrior.
Redhawk addressing the English 12 November 1764
Brother, listen to us, your younger brothers. As we see something in your eyes that looks dissatisfaction, we now clear them. You have credited bad stories against us. We clean your ears, that you may hear better here after. We wish to remove every thing bad from your heart, that you may be as good as your ancestors. [4 belt.] We saw you coming with an uplifted tomahawk in your hand. We now take it from you, and throw it up to God Let him do with it as he pleases. We hope never to see it more. Brother, as you are a warrior, take hold of this chain [handing a belt] of friendship, and let us think no more of war, in pity of our old men, women, and children. We, too, are warriors. S1