This plaque dedicated to the memory of our beloved Muriyd Niishwak Akumahkwak Williams can be found along the Mattakeeset Trail in Pembroke, Massachusetts.
Thank you so very much to Chief Sachem Wompimeequin Wampatuck and the Mattakeeset Massachuset Tribe for a continued show of love and support for my son, Niishwak Akumahkwak, who is most commonly known as Two Clouds.
Chief, you were a dear friend and brother, comrade and staunch supporter of Two when he was on this plane, and one of the very few who have remained consistent and true to him after his spiritual transition.
Rarer still, you reciprocated where the vast majority were and are content with only receiving his gifts without giving anything of substance in return.
No other chief nor tribe has honored him publicly nor made even closely a gesture such as this; a great show of respect to a great leader who literally gave his very life to the land and the people.
You are a gem and ever in my good graces for helping to halt the erasure of such a fearless and love filled warrior who always offered far less than he expected to receive. He accepted his mission and served valiantly.
I want to publicly acknowledge you as a friend- to my son, to Beyond Clouds, and to me. I look forward to working with you in the future.
Niá:wen ki’ wáhi. Tetsitewanonwerá:tons ne Shonkwaya’tihson.