They all descended on Salem in 1630: Pioneer Village in Forest River Park to create a new TV special for French and German TV audiences. The goal was to show how the Mayflower pilgrims first settled in 1620, and how relations first evolved between the Separatists and the Wampanoag natives, the earliest known residents and developers of lands in southeast Massachusetts.
A constellation of five native actors was secured, using David Weeden as Massasoit; Jerry Thundercloud McDonald as Samoset; Jay Levy as Squanto; Annawon Weeden as Warrior No. 1 and Hartman Deetz as Warrior No. 2.
The original Massasoit (Ousamequin) and Squanto or Tisquantum were members of the Wampanoag Nation. So it seemed only proper that a majority of the Natives directed to Salem were also Wampanoag. David Weeden, Annawon Weeden and Hartman Deetz are all members of the Wampanoag Nation. Hartman is Mashpee Wampanoag while Annawon and David are both Mashpee Wampanoag and Mashantucket Pequot.
Once again, let's note how much Germans love their Indians. For more on the subject, see Foreigners Have Native Affinity and The Hobby of Being Indian. For more on television in general, see TV Shows Featuring Indians.