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Kaiser, Marjorie Patterson
1986
Musical Expressions of Early Rhode Island Indian [ As Told by Princess Red Wing]. Kingston, Rhode Island: Pettaquamscutt Historical Society.
Karr, Ronald Dale
1998
'Why Should You be so Furious?': The Violence of the Pequot War. The Journal of American History 85:876-909.
Karr, Ronald Dale, ed.
n.d.
Indian New England 1524-1674: A Compendium of Eyewitness Accounts of Native American Life. Pepperell, Mass. Branch Line Press.
Katz, S.T.
1991
The Pequot War Reconsidered. New Endland Quarterly 64(2):206-224.
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1995
Pequots and the Question of Genocide: A Reply to Michael Freeman. New England Quarterly 68 (1995):641-9.
Katz, William L.
1997
Black Indians: A Hidden Heritage. New York: Alladin Paperbacks.
Katz, S.H.; M.L. Hediger and L.A. Valleroy
1973
The Anthropological and Nutritional Significance of Traditional Maize Processing Techniques in the New World. IXth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (Pre-conference Paper 1762):1-19
Kavasch, Barrie
1979
Native Harvests. New York: Vintage Books.
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1994
Earth Maker's Lodge: Native American Folklore, Activities and

Foods. Peterborough, New Hampshire: Cobblestone Publishing.

Kavasch, Bonnie
1994
Native Foods of New England, Pp. 5-30 in Enduring Traditions. Laurie, Weinstein-Farson, ed. Westport, Conn.: Bergin & Garvey.
Keary, Anne
1996
Retelling the History of the Settlement of Providence: Speech, Writing, and Cultural Interaction on Narragansett Bay. New England Quarterly 69(2):250-286.
Keene, Arthur S., and Elizabeth Chilton
1995
Toward an Archaeology of The Pocumtuck Homeland: Critical Archaeology and The University of Massachusetts Archaeological Field School. (Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Minneapolis, Minnesota).
Kellaway, William
1961
The New England Company, 1649-1776: Missionary Society to the American Indians. New York: Barnes and Noble.
Kelley, Mark A.
1991
Ethnohistorical Accounts as a Method of Assessing Health, Disease, and the Population Decline Among Native Americans. In Human Paleopathology: Current Syntheses and Future Options. Donald J. Ortner, and Arthur C. Aufdeheide, eds. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Press.
Kelley, Mark A., Paul S. Sledzik, and Sean P. Murphy
1987
Health, Demographics and Physical Constitution in Seventeenth-Century Rhode Island Indians. Man in the Northeast 34:1-25.
Kendall, James
1812
A Sermon, Delivered Before the Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Indians and Others in North America. Boston, Mass.: J. Eliot, Jr.
Kennicut, Lincoln N.
1909
Indian Names of Places in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Worcester, Mass: Commonwealth Press.
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1911
Indian Names of Places in Worcester County, Massachusetts. Worcester, Mass: Commonwealth Press.
Kerber, Jordan E.
1984
Prehistoric Human Occupation and Changing Environment of Potowomut Neck, Warwick, Rhode Island: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
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1984a
Where are the Woodland Villages in the Narragansett Bay Region? Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 49(2):66-71.
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1997
Lambert Farm: Public Archaeology and Canine Burials Along Narragansett Bay. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich.
Kerber, Jordan E., and Barbara Luedtke
1981
Technical Report on a Prehistoric Survey of Prudence Island. Rhode Island Historic Preservation Commission.
Kerber, Jordan E., Alan Leveille, and Ruth L. Greenspan
1989
An Unusual Dog Burial Feature at the Lambert Farm Site, Warwick,
Rhode Island: Preliminary Observations. Archaeology of Eastern North America 17:165-174.
Kessel, Joyce
1983
Squanto and the First Thanksgiving. Minneapolis, Minn.: Carolrhoda.
King, C. Richard
1998
Colonial Discourses, Collective Method, and the Exhibition of Native

American Cultures in the Contemporary United States. New York: Garland.

Kingsley, Robert G. and Billy R. Roulette, Jr.
1990
The Joyner Site: Late Archaic-Early Woodland Adaptations and Cultural Dynamics in Conanicut Island, Rhode Island. John Milner Associates.
Kittredge, George L., ed.
1913
Letters of Samuel Lee [1690] and Samuel Sewall [1691] Relating to New England and the Indians. Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts 14:142-186. Boston.
Klyberg, Albert T., Margaret Shea and Deborah B. Brennan, eds.
1993
What a Difference a Bay Makes. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Historical Society and Department of Library Services.
Koopman, Harry Lyman 1927 The Narragansett Country; Glimpses of the Past. Providence: E.L. Freeman Company.
Kopper, Philip, ed.
1986
The Smithsonian Book of North American Indians. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Knowles, Nathaniel
1940
The Torture of Captives by the Indians of Eastern North America. American Philosophical Society vol. 82:151-225.
Kretch, Shepard. K., ed. 1994 Passionate Hobby: Rudolph Frederick Haffenreffer and the King Philip Museum. Studies in Anthropology and Material Culture, Vol. VI. Bristol, Rhode Island: Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University.
Krim, Arthur J.
1980
Acculturation of the New England Landscape: Native and English Toponymy of Eastern Massachusetts. Pp. 69-88 in New England Prospect: Maps, Place Names and the Historical Landscape. Peter Benes, ed. Boston, Mass.: Boston University.
Krupat, Arnold
1992
Native American Autobiography and the Synecdochic Self. Pp. 201-231 in Ethnocriticism: Ethnography, History, Literature. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press
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1994
The Letters of Eleazar Wheelock's Indians. Pp. 95-113 in Native American Autobiography. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press.
Kupperman, Karen
1980
Were the Indians Alien? In Settling with the Indians: The Meeting of English and Indian Cultures in America, 1580-1640. Karen Kupperman. Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield.
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2000
Indians and English: Facing Off in Early America. Cornell University Press.
Lamb, Trudie
1980
Games of Chance and Their Religious Significance Among Native Americans. Artifacts 8(3):1, 10-11.
Laet, Johannes de
1841
Extracts from the New World, or a Description of the West Indies. Collections of the New York Historical Society, 2d ser., Vol. 1:281-316. New York.
LaFantasie, Glenn W., ed.
1988
The correspondence of Roger Williams. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University Press.
LaFantasie Glenn W., and Paul R. Campbell
1978
Narragansett Country: Indians, Whites and Land in Rhode Island. Providence, Rhode Island: s.n.
Larsen, Charles M.
1981
The Real Thanksgiving. Tacoma, Washington: Tacoma Public Schools.
Lauber, Almon
1913
Indian Slavery in Colonial Times Within the Present Limits of the United States. New York: Columbia University Press.
Laun, Carol.
1983
Manatuck Mountain--or is It? Southwoods Magazine Feb.:4-5.
Lavin, L.
1984
Connecticut Prehistory: A Synthesis of Current Archaeological Investigations. Archaeological Society of Connecticut Bulletin 47:5-40.
Lavin, Lucianne
1987
The Windsor Ceramic Tradition in Southern New England. North American Archaeologist 8 :23-40.
Lavin, Lucianne and Harold Juli
1987
Aboriginal House Structures in Southern New England and Southern New York. (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on New England Archaeology. Amherst, Mass.)
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1988
Coastal Adaptations in Southern New England and Southern New York. Archaeology of Eastern North America 16:101-120.
Leach, Douglas E.
1958
Flintlock and Tomahawk: New England in King Philip's War. New York: Macmillan. (Reprinted: W.W. Norton, New York, 1966.)
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1963
A Rhode Islander Reports on King Philip's War. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Historical Society.
Leacock, Eleanor Burke, and Nancy Oestreich Lurie
1971
North American Indians in Historical Perspective.New York: Random House.
Learned, Maj. Bela Peck
1903
The Distribution of Pequot Lands. Papers and Addresses of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Connecticut 1:50-60.
Lechford, Thomas
1642
Plain Dealings; or News from New-England: A Short View of New-Englands Present Government. London: Printed by W.E. and I.G. for N. Butter.
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1885
Note-Book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from June 27, 1638, to July 29, 1641. Edward E. Hale, ed. Archaeologia Americana: Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society 7. Cambridge, Mass.
Leland, Charles G.
1884
The Algonquin Legends of New England. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Lenz, Peter A.
1992
Healing our Heritage, Columbus and Indians. Norway, Maine: Maine Performing Arts and Humanities, Inc.
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1993
Not to Keep Criminal Silence: Documents of Invasion. Norway, Maine: Maine Performing Arts and Humanities, Inc.
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1994
Voyages to Norumbega, c 997 - 1626. Vol. 1. Norway, Maine: Maine Performing Arts and Humanities, Inc.
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1995
Skicinuwok Wanbanaghi or People of the Aurora, 1621-1625. Vol. 2, pt. 1. Norway, Maine: Maine Performing Arts and Humanities, Inc.
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1995a
Skicinuwok Wanbanaghi or People of the Aurora, 1621-1625. Vol. 2, pt. 2. Norway, Maine: Maine Performing Arts and Humanities, Inc.
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1995b
Skicinuwok Wanbanaghi: People of the Aurora, 1621-1625. Vol. 2, pt. 3. Norway, Maine: Maine Performing Arts and Humanities, Inc.
Lepore, Jill
1992
The Fatal Consequences of Literacy: John Sassamon, Praying Indians, and the Origins of King Philip's War. New England Historical Association, October.
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1994
Remembering American Frontiers: King Philip's War and the American Imagination, (Paper delivered at Crucibles of Cultures: North American Frontiers, 1750-1820, Institute of Early American History and Culture, November, 1994.)
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1995
Not Ink, But Blood: Cruelty, Language, and Printing in Seventeenth-Century New England. (Paper delivered at the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing, Edinburgh, Scotland, July, 1995.)
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1998
The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity. New York: Alfred Knopf.
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1998a
New Understandings of Wampanoag Country in the Seventeenth Century (Panel discussion, "Visible Images, Invisible People," Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, Mass., September,1998.)
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1998b
Talking Leaves and Wigwam Words: The Problem of Indian Speech in Early America. (Paper Read at Young Americanists Conference, History of American Civilization, Harvard University, January, 1998.)
Lescarbot, Marc
1907-1914
The History of New France [1618]. W. L. Grant, trans. 3 vols. Toronto: The Champlain Society.
Lester, Joan
1986
We're Still Here: Art of Indian New England. Boston, Mass.: Children's Museum.
Levitas, Gloria
1980
No Boundary is a Boundary: Conflict and Change in a New England Indian Community. Camden, New Jersey: Rutgers University. (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation.).
Leveille, Alan
1991
Archaeology at the Hoskins Park and South Wind Sites, North Kingston, Rhode Island. Pawtucket, Rhode Island: Educational Department Occasional Publications, The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc.
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1993
Eastern Woodland Mortuary Practices as Reflected in Canine Burials at the Lambert Farm Site, Warwick, Rhode Island. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 54.
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1999
A History Written in Stone: Six Thousand Years of Native American Land Use in the Narragansett Bay Region. Pawtucket, Rhode Island: Educational Department Occasional Publications, The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc.
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1999a
Phenix Avenue Bridge Replacement, Rhode Island 2050 Locus 2: A Steatite Workshop in the Furnace Hill Archaeological District. Rhode Island and Washington, D.C.: Rhode Island Department of Transportation and United States Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
Levermore, Charles Herbert, ed.
1912
Forerunners and Competitors of the Pilgrims and Puritans: Or, Narratives of Voyages Made by Persons Other Than the Pilgrims and Puritans of the Bay Colony to the Shores of New England During the First Quarter of the Seventeenth Century, 1601-1625, With Especial Reference to the Labors of Captain John Smith in Behalf of the Settlement of New England. Brooklyn, New York: The New England Society.
Levett, Christpher
1628
A Voyage into New England. London.
Levine, Daniel, ed.
1992
Americas Lost: 1492-1713 the First Encounter. Bordas.
Levine, Gaynell Stone
1980
Languages and Lore of the Long Island Indians. Readings in Long Island Archaeology and Ethnohistory Volume IV. Stony Brook, New York: Suffolk County Historical Society.
Lewis, G. W.
1893
History of the Pequot War and the Battle of Stonington. Bridgeport: City Steam Printing Company.
Lewis, Nathan
1897
The Last of the Narragansetts. Proceedings of the Worcester Society of Antiquity. Vol. XLI.
Lincoln, Charles H., ed. 1913 Narratives of the Indian Wars, 1675-1699. New York: Barnes & Noble.
Lindholdt, Paul J.
1674
John Josselyn, Colonial Traveler: A Critical Edition of Two Voyages to New England . London: G. Widdows, 1674. (Reprinted: Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 1988).
Linton, Ralph
1924
Use of Tobacco among North American Indians. Chicago, Ill.: Field Museum of Natural History.
Lippincott, Bertram
1961
Indians, Privateers, and High Society. A Rhode Island Sampler. Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott Company.
Little, Elisabeth A.
1980
Three Kinds of Indian Land Deeds at Nantucket, Massachusetts. Pp. 61-70 in Papers of the Eleventh Algonquian Conference. William Cowan, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University
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1981
The Writings of Nantucket Indians. Nantucket Algonquian Studies 3. Nantucket , Mass.: Nantucket Historical Association.
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1981a
The Indian contribution to along-shore whaling at Nantucket.

Nantucket, Mass.: Nantucket Historical Association.

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1983
Locus Q-6, Site M52/65, Quidnet, Nantucket, Massachusetts. Nantucket Archaeological Studies 2. Nantucket, Mass.: Nantucket Historical Association.
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1986
Observations on Methods of Collection, Use and Seasonality of Shellfish on the Coasts of Massachusetts. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 47(2):46-59.
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1988
Where are Woodland Villages on Cape Cod and the Islands? Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 49(2):72-82.
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1990
Bibliography for Historic and Prehistoric Nantucket Indian Studies. Nantucket: Nantucket Historical Association.
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1992
Whales, grass and shellfish: land use issues at Nantucket in the Seventeenth Century. Nantucket Algonquian Studies 14. Nantucket, Mass.: Nantucket Historical Association.
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1992a
Indian Whalemen of Nantucket: the Documentary Evidence. Nantucket, Mass.: Nantucket Historical Association.
Little, Elizabeth A. and J. Clinton Andrews
1982
Drift Whales at Nantucket: The Kindness of Moshup . Man in the Northeast 23:17-38.
Little doe Fermino, Jessie
2000
An Introduction to Wampanoag Grammar. Cambridge, Mass.: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Unpublished Masters Thesis.)
Little, Nina Fletcher
1949
Some 18th Century Connecticut Landscapes. Art in America October:202-211.
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1964
European Landscapes on Connecticut Overmantles. Connecticut Antiquarian 16 June:3-8.
Livermore, Samuel T.
1877
A History of Block Island from its Discovery, in 1514, to the Present Time, 1876. Hartford, Conn.: Case Lockwood, and Brainard. (Reprinted: Murray Printing Company, Forge Village, Mass., 1961.)
Lizee, Jonathan M.
1995
Clay Acquisition and Vessel Distribution Patterns: Neutron Activation Analysis of Late Windsor and Shantok Tradition Ceramics from Southern New England. American Antiquity 60:515-30.
Lockman, Paul T. and William Hawk
1995
Black Native Americans on the East Coast. Free Inquiry in Creative Society 23(1), May:11-4.
Long, J.
n.d.
Voyages and Travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader, Describing the Manners and Customs of the North American Indians; with an Account of the Posts Situated on the River Saint Laurence, Lake Ontario, &c. To Which is Added, a Vocabulary of the Chippeway Language. Names of Furs and Skins, in English and French. A List of Words in the Iroquois, Mohegan, Shawanee, and Esquimaux Tongues, and a Table, Shewing the Analogy Between the Algonkin and the Chippeway Languages. London, Robson, 1791. (Reprinted: American Culture Series, Reel 23.216, Ann Arbor, Michigan, University Microfilms).
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1791
Voyages and Travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader: Describing the Manners and Customs of the North American Indians. London: Robson.
Lorant, Stefan, ed.
1946
The New World: The First Pictures of America. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pierce, Inc.
Love, William De Loss
1899
Samson Occum, and the Christian Indians of New England. Boston, Mass. and Chicago, Ill.: Pilgrim Press.
Lukens, Margo
1996
'I Am from Mohegan! I Am Not Pequot!': Cultural Persistence in the Diary of Fidelia Fielding , The Newberry Library D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian: Occasional Papers in Curriculum Series, No.20, The Construction of Gender and the Experience of Women in American Indian Societies , January. Chicago, Ill.: The Newberry Library.
Lund, Bill
1998
The Wampanoag Indians. Mankato, Minnesota: Bridgestone Books.
Lynas, Lothian
1972
Medicinal and Food Plants of the North American Indians : a Bibliography. New York: Library of the New York Botanical Garden.
Macy, Obed
1835
The history of Nantucket; being a compendious account of the first settlement of the island by the English, together with the rise and progress of the whale fishery; and other historical facts relative to said island and its inhabitants. In two parts. Boston, Hilliard, Gray.
Macfarlan, Allan & Paulette Macfarlan
1958
Handbook of American Indian Games. New York: Dover Publications, Inc.
Magennis, Ann L.
1986
The Physical Anthropology of the Indian Neck Ossuary. Pp. 50-183 in Chapters in the Archaeology of Cape Cod, V: The Indian Neck Ossuary. Cultural Resources Management Studies. No. 17. Francis P. McManamon, James W. Bradley, and, Anne L. Magennis, eds. Boston, Mass.: Division of Cultural Resources. North Atlantic Regional Office. National Park Service.
Mandell, Daniel R.
1998
Shifting Boundaries of Race and Ethnicity: Indian-Black Marriage in Southern New England, 1760-1880. Journal of American History 85:466-501.
Main, Gloria L.
2001
Peoples of a Spacious Land: Families and Cultures in Colonial New England.Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
Main, Jackson T.
1983
Standards of Living and the Life Cycle in Colonial Connecticut. Journal of Economic History 43(1) March :159-65.
Maine Historical Society
1831-1887
Collections. 1st ser., Vols. 1-10. Portland: The Society.
Malone, Patrick M.
1973
Changing Military Technology Among the Indians of Southern New

England, 1600-1677. American Quarterly 25:48-63.

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1993
The Skulking Way of War: Technology and Tactics Among the New England Indians. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Marlowe, George Francis
1942
The Old Bay Paths, Their Villages and Byways and Their Stories.New York, Hastings House.
March, Kathleen D. 
1985
Uncommon Civility: the Narragansett Indians and Roger Williams.University of Iowa. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Marishio, Paul
1970
Puritan and Pequot. Indian Historian 3:9-13.
Marten, Catherine
1970
The Wampanoags in the Seventeenth Century: An Ethnohistorical Survey. In Occasional Papers in Old Colony Studies. Plymouth, Mass.: Plimouth Plantation.
Martien, Jerry
1996
Shell Game: A True Account of Beads and Money in North America. San Francisco, Calif.: Mercury House.
Martin, Calvin, ed.
1987
The American Indian and the Problem of History. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Martin, Stanley
1939
Indian Derivations of Connecticut Place-names. New England Quarterly 12(2):364-369.
Masefield, John, ed.
1910
Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers. London: J. M. Dent & Sons and E.P. Hutton & Company.
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.
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Pequot Times [Newspaper.] Mashantucket, Conn.: Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.
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1995
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1997-
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n.d.
Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center [Manuscript Archives.] Mashantucket, Conn.
Mason, John
1736
A Brief History of the Pequot War: Especially of the Memorable Taking of Their Fort at Mistick in Connecticut in 1637. Boston: S. Kneeland and T. Green (Reprinted: University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1966.)
Mason, Louis Bond
1935
The Life and Times of Major John Mason of Connecticut, 1600-1672. New York: Putnam.
Mason, Otis T.
1904
Indian Basketry. Vol. II. New York: Douleday, Page and Company. 
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1901
Traps of the American Indians: a Study in Psychology and Invention. Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Mason, Van Wyck
1937
Bermuda's Pequots. Harvard Alumni Bulletin 39:616-20.
Massachusets (Colony)
1672
The General Laws and Liberties of the Massachusets Colony:
Revised and Reprinted. Cambridge, Mass.: Samuel Green.
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1853-1854
Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, ed. 5 vols. in 6. Boston: William White.
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1861
Report to the Governor and Council, Concerning the Indians of the Commonwealth Under the Act of April 6, 1859. John M. Earle, Commissioner. Massachusetts. Senate Doc. No. 96. Boston: William White.
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1901-1908
Records of the Court of Assistants of the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay, 1630-1692. 3 vols. Boston. (Reprinted: Higginson Book Company, 1998)
Massachusetts Historical Commission
1991
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Massachusetts Historical Society
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Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. 10 series, 70 vols. Cambridge and Boston: The Society.
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Masthay, C.
1987
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Mather, Cotton
1702
Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, the Ecclesiastical History of New-England; from its First Planting, in the Year 1620, Unto the Year of Our Lord 1698. London: T. Parkhurst.
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1966
Bonifacius: An Essay Upon the Good [1710]. David Levin, ed. Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
Mather, Increase
1676
A Brief History of The War With The Indians in New-England. From June 24. 1675. (When The First English-Man Was Murdered By The Indians) to August 12. 1676. When Philip, Alias Metacomet, The Principal Author and Beginner of The War, Was Slain. Wherein The Grounds, Beginning, and Progress of The War, is Summarily Expressed. Together With A Serious Exhortation to The Inhabitants of That Land.

(Reprinted: The History of King Philip's War, Together with A History of the Same War, by C. Mather; With Notes and Introduction by Samuel G. Drake, Boston and Albany, 1862.)

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1677
A Relation of the Troubles Which Have Hapned in New-England, by Reason of the Indians There. From The Year 1614 to the Year 1675. : Wherein the Frequent Conspiracyes of the Indians to Cutt Off the English, and the Wonderfull Providence of God, in Disappointing Their Devices, is Declared. : Together With an Historical Discourse Concerning the Prevalency of Prayer; Shewing That New Englands Late Deliverance From the Rage of the Heathen Is an Eminent Answer of Prayer. By Increase Mather Teacher of a Church In Boston In New-England. Boston: John Foster.
Matthews, Albert
1913
The Indian Sachem Ninigret. Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts 14:197-190. Boston.
Mavor, James W. Jr., and Byron E. Dix
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Manitou: The Sacred Landscape of New England's Native Civilization. Rochester, Vt.: Inner Traditions International.
Matz, Duane A.
1998
Images of Indians in American Popular Culture Since 1865. Normal, Ill.: Illinois State University. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Mayhew, Experience
1709
A Brief Journal of My Visitation of the Pequot and Mohegan Indians at the Desire of the Honourable Commissioners for the Propagation of the Gospel Among the Indians in New England, etc. In, Some Correspondence Between the Governors and Treasures of the New England Company in London and the Commissioners of the United Colonies in America, the Missionaries of the Company and Others Between the Years 1657 and 1712 to Which Are Added the Journals of the Rev. Experience Mayhew in 1713 and 1714. London: Spottiswoode.
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1709a
Massachuset Psalter. Boston, Mass.: Nathaniel Green
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1727
Indian Converts, or, Some Account of the Lives and Dying Speeches of a Considerable Number of the Christianized Indians of Martha's Vineyard, in New-England / By Experience Mayhew; to Which Is Added, Some Account of Those English Ministers Who Have Successively Presided Over the Indian Work in That and the Adjacent Islands ; by Mr. Prince.

London: Printed for S. Gerrish, bookseller in Boston in New-England; and sold by J. Osborn [etc.]; Boston: Samuel Green.

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1830
Narratives of the Lives of Pious Indian Women. Boston.
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1855
Letter of Exp. Mayhew, 1722, on the Indian Language [1722]. Pp. 10-17 in New England Historical and Genealogical Register 39.
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1896
Some correspondence between the governors and treasurers of the New England Company in London and the commissioners of the United Colonies in America, the missionaries of the Company and others : between the years 1657 and 1712 : to which are added the journals of the Rev. Experience Mayhew in 1713 and 1714 / London : Printed from the originals in the possession of the New England Company by Spottiswoode.
Mayhew, Experience and
John Samuel Hill Fogg
1884
Observations on the Indian language, now published from the original ms .Boston, Mass. : J.S.H. Fogg.
Mayhew, Experience and Thomas Prince
1727
Indian converts: or, Some account of the lives and dying speeches of a considerable number of the Christianized Indians of Martha's Vineyard, in New-England. London : Printed for Samuel Gerrish, bookseller in Boston in New-England; and sold by J. Osborn [etc.].
Mayhew, Matthew
1694
A Briefe Narrative of the Success Which the Gospel Hath Had, Among the Indians of Matha's Vineyard and the Places Adjacent in Newe-England. Boston.
McBride, Kevin A.
1984
The Prehistory of the Connecticut River Valley. Storrs, Conn.: University of Connecticut. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
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1984a
Middle and Late Archaic Periods in the Connecticut River Valley: A Re-Examination. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, 47:55-72.
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1987
The Mashantucket Pequot Ethnohistory Project. Pp. 18-21 in Rooted Like the Ash Trees. Richard G. Carlson, ed. rev. ed. Naugatuck: Eagle Wing Press, Inc.
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1988
Phase I and II Archaeological Surveys, Kingswood Subdivision, Charleston, Rhode Island. [Unpublished Manuscript.] Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission.
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