This is a small village in Hew Hampshire of about thirty families. It is forty miles west of Exeter. They are mainly traders and farmers. The Natives are there twice a month to sell trade, and there are good relations between the whites and the tribes. There is a tavern called The Rusty Nail, that is frequented by many of the local settlers. Mr. Potts, as the barkeeper refers to himself, does not serve any liquor to the natives. He’s seen them get too rowdy when they get drunk and they get drunk way too easily.