Norwottuck is the Algonquian name for an area that is now Northampton and HadleyMassachusetts. It is also used to refer to the Algonquian people who once lived there, who were part of the Pocumtuck Confederacy. Early English documents also refer to the area and people by the orthographic variants Nonotuck and Nolwotogg, the latter being the best representation of the local dialect.[1]   From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  

The territory of the Norwottuck extended "from the 'Great Falls' at South Hadley//Holyoke to Mt Sugarloaf in today's Sunderland.

This view looks north at some of the famland in Hatfield along the CT River towards Sunderland.

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