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Safford, Dr. Wm. E.
1925
Foods Discovered with America. Scientific Monthly 21 :181-186.
Sainsbury, John A.
1975
Indian Labor in Early Rhode Island. New England Quarterly 48:379-80.
Sale, Kirkpatrick
1990
The Conquest of Paradise: Christopher Columbus and the Columbian Legacy. New York: Knopf.
Salisbury, Neal
1974
Red Puritans: The 'Praying Indians' of Massachusetts Bay and John Eliot. William & Mary Quarterly 31(1):27-54.
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1981
Squanto: Last of the Patuxets. Pp. 241-243 in Struggle and Survival in Colonial America. David Sweet and Gary Nash, eds. Berkeley: University of California.
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1982
Conquest of the "Savage": Puritans, Puritan Missionaries & Indians, 1620-1680. University of California. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
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1982
Manitou and Providence. New York: Oxford University Press.
Salwen, Bert
1966
European Trade Goods and the Chronology of the Fort Shantok Site. Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Connecticut No. 34 June:5-38.
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1969
A Tentative "in situ" Solution to the Mohegan-Pequot Problem. Pp. 81-88 in The Connecticut Valley Indians: An Introduction to Their Archaeology and History. William R. Young, ed. Springfield Museum of Science Publications n.s. 1(1). Springfield, Mass.
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1970
Cultural Inferences from Faunal Remains: Examples from Three Northeast Coastal Sites. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 40(1-2):1-8.
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1978
Indians of Southern New England and Long Island: Early Period. Pp. 160-176 in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 15 (Northeast). Bruce G. Trigger Vol. ed. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Sandos, James A.
1994
The Hunt for Willie Boy: Indian-hating and Popular Culture. Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma.
Sauer, Carl O.
1971
Sixteenth Century North America. University of California Press.
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1980
Seventeenth Century North America. Berkeley, California: Turtle Island Press.
Schaaff, Gregory
1990
Wampum Belts & Peace Trees: George Morgan, Native Americans, and Revolutionary Diplomacy. Golden, Colordo: Fulcrum Pub..
Schlessinger, Andrew, et al.
1994
The Narragansett Enishkeetompauog. Bala Cynwyd, Penna: Schlessinger Video Productions [documentary videorecording.]
Schoolcraft, Henry R.
1851
Historical and Statistical Information Respecting the History, Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States. 6 vols. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Company.
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1853
Massachusetts Indians. In Historical and Statistical Information Respecting the History, Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States. Vol. I:284-299. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Company.
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1853a
Grammatical Structure of the Algonquin Language, and Vocabularies. In Historical and Statistical Information Respecting the History, Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States. Vol. II:353-508. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Company.
Schroder, Walter K.
1980
Defenses of Narragansett Bay in World War II. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Bicentennial Foundation.
Schusky, E.
1959
Pan-Indianism in the Eastern United States. Anthropology Tomorrow 6:1.
Schwartz, Amy D.
1995
Colonial New England Agriculture: Old Visions, New Directions. Agricultural History 69(3):454-84.
Scozzari, Lois
1995
The Significance of Wampum to Seventeenth Century Indians in New England. Connecticut Review 17:59-69.
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Scottow, Joshua
1694
Narrative of the Planting of the Massachusetts Colony Anno 1628. In Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society 34.
Seale, Doris, and Beverly Slapin
1987
Books Without Bias: Through Indian Eyes. Berkeley, Calif.: Oyate.
Sealock, Richard B., Margaret M. Sealock and Mararet S. Powell
1982
Bibliography of Placename Literature: United States and Canada. Chicago, Ill.: American Library Association.
Sears, Clara Endicott
1934
The Great Powwow. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Seelye, John.
1977
By Way of Newton: How Thomas Hooker Crossed his Rubicon and Started the Pequot War: A Hudibrastic Interlude. In Prophetic Waters. New York: Oxford University Press.
Sekatau, Ella W.T., and B. Brown III
1993
Narragansett Indians and Narragansett Bay. In What a Difference a Bay Makes. Albert T. Klyberg, Margaret Shea, and Deborah B. Brennan, eds. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Historical Society and Department of Library Services.
Sergeant, John
1757
An Abridgment of Mr. Hopkins's Historical Memoirs, Relating to the Housatunnuk, or Stockbridge Indians: or, Taken, for Civilizing and Propagating the Gospel Among That Heathenish Tribe, and the Success Thereof, Under the Ministry of the Lte Rev. Mr. John Sergeant. Philadelphia: B. Franklin, and D. Hall.
Sewall, Marcia
1995
Thunder from the Clear Sky. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers.
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1990
People of the Breaking Day. New York: Atheneum.
Sharkey-Mccarthy, Patricia Ann
1995
Educating Through Celebrations: An Examination of Tradition-As-Process Within the Narragansett Indian Tribe's August Meeting. Storrs, Conn.: University of Connecticut. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Sheehan, Bernard W.
1974
Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian. University of North Carolina Press.
Shelley, Henry C.
1932
John Underhill: Captain of New England and New Netherland. New York: D. Appleton and Company.
Shepard, James
1913
Connecticut Soldiers of the Pequot War of 1637. Meriden, Conn: Journal Publishing Company.
Shepard, Thomas
1648
The Clear Sun-shine of the Gospel Breaking Forth upon the Indians in New England. Or, An historicall Narration of Gods Wonderfull Workings Upon Sundry of the Indians, Both Chief Governors and Common People, in Bringing Them to a Willing and Desired Submission to the Ordinances of the Gospel; and Framing Their Hearts to an Earnest Inquirie After the Knowledge of God the Father, and of Jesus Christ the Saviour of the World. London: Printed by R. Cotes for J. Bellamy.
Shiel, John
1982
More About Wampum. The Second Coastal Archaeology Reader:1900 to the Present. Readings in Long Island Archaeology and Ethnohistory Vol. V. Lexington, Mass.: Suffolk County Archaeological Association.
Shuffelton, Frank
1976
Indian Devils and Pilgrim Fathers: Squanto, Hobomok, and the English Conception of Indian Religion. The New England Quarterly 49:108-116.
Shultz, Eric S., and Michael J. Togias
1999
King Philip's War. Woodstock, Vermont: The Countryman Press.
Silberman, Neil Asher
1989
The Pequot Massacres. MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 1:74-81.
  Pequot Country Archaeology 44:34-39.
Silver, Shirley
1960
Natick Consonants in Reference to Proto-Central Algonquian. International Journal of American Linguistics 26:234-41.
Silverman, David John
2000
Conditions for Coexistence, Climates for Collapse: The Challenges of Indian Life on Martha's Vineyard, 1524-1871 (Massachusetts). Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Sim, Philip B., comp. 
1979
Intercourse and Non-Intercourse with the Narragansett Indians. Providence: Rhode Island Society of Colonial Wars.
Simmons, William S.
1970
Cautantowwit's House: An Indian Burial Ground on the Island of Conanicut in Narragansett Bay. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University Press.
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1975
Narragansett Identity Persistence. (Paper presented at Symposium on Hidden Minorities in New England, American Psychological Society Meeting, Chicago).
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1976
Southern New England Shamanism: An Ethnographic Reconstruction. Pp. 217-156 in Papers of the Seventh Algonquian Conference. William Cowan, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University.
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1978
Narragansett. Pp. 190-197 in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 15 (Northeast). Bruce G. Trigger Vol. ed. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
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1979
The Great Awakening and Indian Conversion in Southern New England. Papers of the Tenth Algonquian Conference. William Cowan, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University.
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1979a
Conversion from Indian to Puritan. New England Quarterly 52(2):197-218.
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1983
Red Yankees: Narragansett Conversions in the Great Awakening. American Ethnologist 10:253-271.
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1985
Frank Speck and The Old Mohegan Stone Cutter. Ethnohistory 32:155-63.
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1986
Spirit of the New England Tribes: Indian History and Folklore, 1620-1984. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England.
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1989
The Narragansett (Indians of North America Series). Frank W. Porter, III, ed. New York and Philadelphia: Chelsea House
Simmons, William S., and George F. Aubin
1970
Narragansett Kinship. Man in the Northeast 9:21-31.
Simmons, William S., and Cheryl L. Simmons, eds.
1982
Old Light on Separate Ways: the Narragansett Diary of Joseph Fish, 1765-1776. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England.
Simon, Brona G.
1991
Prehistoric Land Use and Changing Paleoecological Conditions at Titicut Swamp in Southeastern Massachusetts. Man in the Northeast 42 63-74.
Simon-Pure Productions
1994
As We Tell Our Stories. [Television Documentary.] n.p.: Connecticut Public Television and and Connecticut Humanities Council
Sinnot, Edmund Ware
1954
Place Names in Ancient Woodbury. Bulletin of the Connecticut League of Historical Societies 6, Oct.:4-5.
Sleeper, Myron O.
1949
Indian Place names in New England. Massachusetts Archaeological Dictionary July:89-93.
Slotkin, Richard, and James. K. Folsom, eds.
1978
So Dreadfull a Judgment: Puritan Responses to King Philip's War, 1675-1676. Middeltown, Conn.: Wesleyan Press
Slotkin, J.S. and K. Schmidt
1949
Studies in Wampum. American Anthropologist 51:223-6.
Smith, Bruce
1989
Origin of Agriculture in Eastern North America. Science 246:1566-1571.
Smith, De Cost.
1948
Martyrs of the Oblong and Little Nine. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers.
Smith, Horatio
1831
Festivals, Games and Amusements: Ancient and Modern. The New-England Magazine vol. 1, issue 4 (October).
Smith, Jane T. Hills.
1915
Last of the Nehantics. Niantic, Conn: East Lyme Library Publishing Commitee; 1955
Smith, Nicholas N.
1964
Indian Medicine: Fact or Fiction? Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 26(1).
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1966
Observations on Eastern Algonkian Linguistics. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 28(1):4-8.
Smith, Capt. John
1616
A Description of New England: or The Observations, and Discoveries, of Captain John Smith (Admiral of That Country), in the North of America, in the Year of our Lord, 1614. London. (Reprinted: Two Centuries of Travel in Essex County Massachusetts: A Collection of Narratives and Observations Made by Travelers 1605-1799, George Francis Dow, The Perkins Press, 1921.)
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1912
The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles: With the Names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours from Their First Beginning an: 1584. to This Present 1626. With the Procedings of Those Severall Colonies and the Accidents That Befell Them in all Their Journyes and Discoveries: Also the Maps and Descriptions of all Those Countryes, Their Commodities, People, Government, Customes, and Religion Yet Knowne. Divided into Sixe Bookes. By Captaine Iohn Smith Sometymes Governour in Those Countryes & Admirall of New England. The Sixth Booke: The General Historie of New-England [1624]. Pp. 650-753 in Vol. 2 of Forerunners and Competitors of the Pilgrims and Puritans. Cahrles H. Levermore, ed. 2 vols. Brooklyn, New York: Published for the New England Society of Brooklyn.
Smith, Shelley M. Windham County Algonquian Place Names as Locational Markers in Subsistence Records.
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Records of the Department of Anthropology, Series 17: Division of Ethnology. Manuscript and Pamphlet File, Box 64, No. 718, Narragansett Indians - [Newspaper Clippings]. Smithsonian Institution: Washington, D.C.
Smithsonian Institution
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Snow, Dean R.
1980
The Archaeology of New England. New York: Academic Press
Snow, Dean and Kim M. Lanphear
1988
European Contact and Indian Depopulation in the Northeast: The Timing of the First Epidemics. Ethnohistory 35(1):15-33.
Snyderman, George
1954
The Function of Wampum. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 98 1954:469-94.
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1982
An Ethnological Discussion of Allegany Seneca Wampum Folklore Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 126/4:316-326.
Society of Colonial Wars. Rhode Island
1906
A Record of the Ceremony and Oration on the Occasion of the Unveiling of the Monument Commemorating the Great Swamp Fight: December 19, 1675, in The Narragansett Country, Rhode Island; Erected by The Society of Colonial Wars of Rhode Island and Massachusetts, October 20, 1906.
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1926
The Narragansett Mortgage: The Documents Concerning the Alien Purchases in Southern Rhode Island. Providence: Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.
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1971
A Copy of a Letter of Roger Williams. Providence: [n.p].
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1979
Intercourse and Non-intercourse with the Narragansett Indians. [n.p.]: W.A. Viall Council of the R.I. Society of Colonial Wars Publication no. 54.
Solecki, Ralph
1950
The Archaeological Position of Historic Fort Corchaug, Long Island, and Its Relation to Contemporary Forts. Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Bulletin 24:3-40. New Haven.
Somerset Publishers
1988
The United States Dictionary of Places. New York: Somerset Publishers.
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2001
The Encyclopedia of Rhode Island Indians : Indians Of Rhode Island And Easterns Woodlands. St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Somerset Publishers.
Soulsby, Mary
1982
A Bibliography of the Contact Period in Southern New England. Archaeological Society of Connecticut Bulletin 45:65-74.
Speck, Frank G.
1903
A Mohegan Pequot Witchcraft Tale. Journal of American Folklore, v. 16:104-106.
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1904
Some Mohegan-Pequot Legends, Journal of American Folklore, vol.17:183-84.
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1909
Notes on the Mohegan and Niantic Indians. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History 3. New York.
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1918
Remnants of the Nehantics. The Southern Workman Jan.:65-69.
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1919
The Functions of Wampum Among the Eastern Algonkian. Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association 6:3-74. (Reprinted: New York, Krauss, 1964.)
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1925-1926
Native Tribes and Dialects of Connecticut: A Mohegan-Pequot Diary. Pp.201-287. In Bureau of American Ethnology 43rd Annual Report, 1925-1926, Washington, D.C.
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1928
Territories & Boundaries of the Wampanoag, Massachusett and Nausett Indians. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. Notes and Monographs, Misc. ser. 44. New York: Heye Foundation.
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1928a
Native Tribes and Dialects of Connecticut: A Mohegan-Pequot Diary. 43rd Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1925-1926, pp. 199-287. Washington, DC:
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1928b
Mohegan Beadwork on Birch-bark. Indian Notes 5:295-298.
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1990
The Eastern Algonkian Wabanaki Confederacy. Wapapi Akonutomakonol=The Wampum Records: Wabanaki Traditional Laws/ Wampum Records. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Micmac-Maliseet Institute, University of New Brunswick.
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Speck Papers and Photograph Collection. (17 Reels). Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center. Mashantucket, Conn.
Speck, Frank Gouldsmith and Butler, Eva L.
1947
Eastern Algonkian Block-Stamp Decoration: A New World Original Or An Acculturated Art, With An Addendum, Some Early Indian Basket Makers Of Southern New England. Trenton, New Jersey: Archeological Society of New Jersey.
Spiess, Mathais
1933
Indians of Connecticut. Hartford, Conn.: Tercentenary Bulletin, XXIX Committee on Historical Publications
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1934
Connecticut Circa 1625. Its Indian Trails, Villages and Sachemdoms. Conn.: Published by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America.
Spizzirri Publishing Company
1982
An Educational Coloring Book of Northeast Indians. Illinois: Spizzirri Publishing Company.
Stanton, Moses
1843
Letter to Elisha Potter. January 18. [Shepley Collection VII: 48]. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Historical Society.
Staples, Arthur C., and Ray C. Athearn
1969
The Bear Swamp Site: A Preliminary Report. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 30(3-4):1-9.
Starbuck, Alexander
1878
History of the American whale fishery from its earliest inception to the year 1876. Waltham, Mass.
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1924
The History of Nantucket, County,Island and Town including Genealogies of First Settlers. Boston: C.E. Goodspeed & Company.
Stedman, Raymond Williams
1982
Shadows of the Indian; Stereotypes in American Culture. Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press,.
Sterns, Monroe
1967
The Story of New England. New York: Random House.
Stewart, George Rippey
1970
American Place-names: a Concise and Selective Dictionary for the Continental United States of America. New York: Oxford University Press.
Stiles, Ezra
1809
The Number of the Nyhantic Tribe of Indians. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society Ser. 1 Vol. X:103-4.
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1809a
Memoir of the Pequots. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society X, series 2:101-3.
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1916
Extracts from the Itineraries and Other Miscellanies of Ezra Stiles, D.D., LL. D., 1755-1794. Franklin Bowditch Dexter, ed. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press.
St. Jean, Wendy B.
1995
From Protector to Real Estate Agent: The Mohegans & Their Guardians. St. Jean, Wendy B. From Protector to Real Estate Agent: The Mohegans & Their Guardians. Paper (Paper presented at the American Society of Ethnohistory Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan, November 30.
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1995
Inventing Guardianship: The Mohegan Indians and Their Protectors. New England Quarterly 72(3):362-387.
St. John de Crèvecoeur and J. Hector
1997
Letters from an American farmer. Susan Manning, ed. Oxford [England]; New York: Oxford University Press.
Stoddard, Solomon
1917
An Answer to Some Cases of Conscience Respecting the Country. [1722]. Tarrytown, New York: W. Abbatt.
Stokes, I.N. Phelps
1915-1928
The Iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909, Compiled From Original Sources and Illustrated by Photo-intaglio. Reproductions of Important Maps, Plans, Views and Documents in Public and Private Collections. 6 vols. New York: R.H. Dodd.
Stone, Eric
1932
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Stone, Gaynell, ed.
1991
The History and Archaeology of the Montauk. Stony Brook, New York: Suffolk County Archaeological Association.
Stone, Gaynell and , Nancy Bonvillain, eds.
1980
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Strauss, Alan B.
1989
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Strock, Daniel Jr.
1852
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1976
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1996a
The Rabbit Story . Gatherings: The En'owkin Journal of First North American Peoples 9(Fall):114-115. Penticton, British Columbia, Canada: Theytus Books, Ltd.
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1996b
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1998
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2000
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Strong, John
1997
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Strong, John
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1983
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1989
Shinnecock and Montauk Whalemen. Long Island Historical Journal V.2, no.1: 29-41.
Sturtevant, William
1975
Two 1761 Wigwams at Niantic, Connecticut. American Antiquity 40(4):437-444.
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1962
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1964
Preliminary Annotated Bibliography on Eastern North American Indian Agriculture. Prepared for Southeastern Archaeological Conference. New Orleans, La: Nov. 6-7.
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1948
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Swanton, John R.
1946
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1952
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1919
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1979
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1980
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1994
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1934
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Tantaquidgeon, Gladys
1928
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1930
Notes on the Gay Head Indians of Massachusetts. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. Indian Notes 7(1):1-26.
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1930a
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1930b
Newly Discovered Straw Basketry of the Wampanoag Indians of Massachuetts. Museum of the American Indian. Heye Foundation. Indian Notes 7(54):765-484.
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1934
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1935
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1935a
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1942
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1977
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Tantaquidgeon, Gladys and Fawcett, Jayne
1986
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1987
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1970
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Middle Connecticut Valley Indian House Types: A Cautionary Note. Man in the Northeast 1(1):48-50.
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1976
Contrastive Subsistence Strategies and Land Use as Factors for Understanding Indian-White Relation in New England. Ethnohistory 23(1):1-18.
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1979
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1985
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1958
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1988
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1988
The Effect of Estuary Formation on Prehistoric Settlement in Southern Rhode Island. In Holocene Human Ecology. George P. Nicholas, ed. New York and London: Plenum Press.
Thorowgood, Thoman
1650
Jewes in America; or, Probabilities That the Americans Are of That Race. With the Removall of Some Contrary Reasonings, and Earnest Desires for Effectuall Endeavors to Make Them Christian. London: W.H. for T. Slater.
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