Essa-queta (better known as Pacer) Pacer was the leader of the KIOWA APACHE tribe. Actually, Pacer was part of the peace faction and kept the main group of Kiowa Apaches on the reservation during the Red River War of
Denmy Sockbain, daughter of Francis Joseph, Gov. of the Passamaquoddy, 1817. - The Passamaquoddy are a First Nations people who live in north east North America. Peskotomuhkat, the name they apply to themselves, literally means "pollock spearer", reflecting the importance of this fish. They preferred spear-fishing. Repeatedly moved off their original lands by European settlers since the 16th century, they currently live in the Indian Township Reservation in eastern Washington County, Maine.