Chief Passaconaway Bobblehead
Native American Chief Passaconaway (1575–1665), meaning “Child of the Bear,” was sachem of the Penacook tribe and one of the key figures in New Hampshire’s colonial history. Passaconaway was responsible for the formation of the Penacook Confederacy, which consisted of more than a dozen tribes in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine. He was friendly to the English settlers and strove for peace. Passaconaway was said to be a skilled magician who could “make the water burn, rocks move, trees dance, and metamorphose himself into a flaming man.” A mountain summit in the White Mountains bears Passaconaway’s name. The limited-edition bobblehead measures 7.25" high.