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Abbott, John S. C.
1857
The History of King Philip. New York: Harper and Brothers.
Adams, Charles F.
1892
Three Episodes of Massachusetts History: The Settlement of Boston Bay, the Antinomian Controversy, a Study of Church and Town Government. Vol. I. Boston, Mass.: Houghton, Mifflin and Company
Adams, Sherman W. and Stiles, Henry R
1995
Indian Names of Localities in Wethersfield. The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut: Volume I: The History [1904]. Camden, Maine: Picton Press:35-38.
Adney, Edwin Tappan, and Howard I. Chapelle
1964
The Bark Canoe and Skin Boats of North America. Museum of History and Technology. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Afable, Patricia O. and Beeler, Madison S.
1996
Place Names. Pp. 185-199 in Handbook of North American Indians. Vol. 17 (Languages). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Ales, Marion Fisher
1993
Whaling. The History & Archaeology of the Montauk. Gaynell Stone, ed. Stony Brook, New York: Suffolk County Archaeological Association: Nassau County Archaeological Committee.
Allen, John L.
1987
The Illy-Smelling Sea: Indians, Information and the Early Search for the Passage. Man in the Northeast 33:127-135.
Allen, Morse S
1963
Connecticut Place Names. Connecticut Antiquarian 15, Dec.:20-24.
Allen, Morse S and Arthur H. Hughes
1969
More on Connecticut Place Names. Connecticut

Antiquarian 21, Dec.:13-18.

Allen, Zachariah
1876
Bi-centenary of the Burning of Providence in 1676. Defence of the Rhode Island System of Treatment of the Indians, and of Civil and Religious Liberty. An Address Delivered Before the Rhode Island Historical Society. April 10, 1876. Providence: Providence Press Company.
Anderson, Virginia D.
1994
King Philip's Herds: Indians, Colonists, and the Problem of Livestock in Early New England. William and Mary Quarterly 51(4):601-24.
Andrews, K. R., N.P. Canny, and P. E. Hair
1979
The Westward Enterprise 1480-1650. Detroit, Mich.: Wayne State University Press.
Andrews, J. Clinton
1986
Indian Fish and Fishing Off Coastal Massachusetts. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 47(2):42-46.
Anonymous
1676
A Farther Brief and True Narration of the Great Swamp Fight in the Narragansett Country December 19, 1675. Written a Few Days Later and First Printed at London in February, 1676; Now Reproduced for the Honour of Those Who Won and Lost and for the Instruction and Edification of a Later Generation Met to Commemorate Those of Their General Convention of The Society of Colonial Wars Held at Providence on May 17 & 18, 1912. Providence: Printed by S.P.C. for the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, 1912.
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1696
Massachusetts; or, The First Planters of New England. The End and Manner of their Coming Thither, and Abode There: In Several Epistles to the Countess of Lincoln. Boston. (Reprinted: Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. ser. I, Vol. 8, Boston, 1802.)
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1837
[Indian Fish Weir at Anthony, Rhode Island] Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society 30(1):cover photo. Providence.
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1843
On the Question- What is the Meaning of the Aboriginal Phrase Shawmut? Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society Vol. X, Second Series:173-174.
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1870
The Last of the Narragansetts. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 24(2):192.
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1903
The Pequot Massacre of Southport, Connecticut, July 13, 1637. American Monthly Magazine 23:203.
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1936
Tercentenary Providence and Rhode Island, 1636-1936: Official Chronicle and Tribute Book. Providence: George D. Hall Inc.
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1973
Indian Site Added to Historic Register. The Narragansett Times, May 24:3B. Wakefield, Rhode Island.
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1991
Indian Heritage Still Lives in New England's Names. Bicentennial Bulletin, April 28, pp .6. n.p.: s.n. [http://www.pequotmuseum.org/]
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2000
Area Native Americans Participate in Pequot War Documentary. Narragansett Indian News 5(3):1, 7.
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n.d.
Connecticut Archives, Towns and Lands, 1st ser., Vol. 1. (Unpublished Documents in Connecticut State Library, Hartford.)
Applebaum, Diana K.
1984
Thanksgiving: An American Holiday, an American History. New York: Facts on File Publications.
Arber, Edward
1897
The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1606-1623 A.D.; As Told by Themselves, Their Friends, and Their Enemies. Edited from the Original Texts. London: Ward and Downey.
Armstrong, Virginia I.
1975
I Have Spoken: American History Through the Voices of the Indians. New York: Pocket Books.
Apes [Apess], William
1829
A Son of the Forest: The Experience of William Apes, a Native of the Forest. Comprising a Notice of the Pequod Tribes of Indians. New York: William Apes.
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1835
Indian Nullification of the Unconstitutional Laws of Massachusetts Relative to the Mashpee Tribe; or The Pretended Riot Explained. Boston: Jonathan Howe.
Apess, William
1835
Indian Nullification of the Unconstitutional Laws of Massachusetts, Relative to the Marshpee Tribe, or, the Pretended Riot Explained. Boston: Press of Jonathan Howe, 1835. (Reprinted: Stanfordville, New York, E. M. Coleman, 1979).
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1836
Eulogy on King Philip, As Pronounced at the Odeon in Federal Street, Boston. By the Rev. William Apes, an Indian, January 8, 1836. Boston, Mass.: William Apess.
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1837
Experience of Five Christian Indians, of the Pequod Tribe. Boston, Mass.: William Apess.
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1837a
The Increase of the Kingdom of Christ, a Sermon. New York: The Author.
Apess [Apes], William [with Barry O'Connell]
1992
On Our Own Ground: The Complete Writings of William Apess. Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press
Archer, Gabriel
1906
The Relation of Captaine Gosnols Voyage to the North Part of Virginia, Begunne the Sixe and Twentieth of March, Anno 42. Elizabethae Reginae 1602. and Delivered by Gabriel Archer, a Gentleman in the Said Voyage [1625]. Pp. 302-313 in Vol. 18 of Hakluytus Posthumus or Puchas His Pilgrimes, by Samuel Purchas. Glasgow, Scotland: James MacLehose and Sons.
Arnold, Laura K.
1995
Crossing Cultures: Algonquian Indians and the Invention of New England. Los Angeles, California: University of California, Los Angeles. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Arnold, James N.
1891
Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, 21 vols. Providence, Rhode Island: Narragansett Historical Publishing Company.
Arnold, James
1896
A Statement of the Case of the Narragansett Tribe of Indians. Newport: Mercury Press.
Arnold, Samuel G.
1859-1860
History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. 2 vols. New York: D. Appleton.
Artemel, Janice, et al.
1984
Providence Covelands Phase III Report. Providence, Rhode Island Washington, D.C.: Rhode Island Department of Transportation and United States Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration and Federal Railway Administration.
Ash, Anna, Jessie Little Doe Fermino and Ken Hale

2001

Diversity In Language Maintenance And Restoration: A Reason For Optimism. Pp 119-135 in The Green Book of Language Revitalisation in Practice . Leanne Hinton, and Ken Hale, eds. New York: Academic Press.
Ashley, Clifford W.
1926
The Yankee Whaler, Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Attaquin, Helen A.A.
1970
A Brief History of Gay Head or Aquinnah. No Place: Helen A.A. Attaquin.
Aubin, George F.
1972
A Historical Phonology of Narragansett. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
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1972
Roger Williams: Another View. International Journal of American Linguistics 38:266-277.
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1975
A Proto-Algonquian Dictionary. Ottawa: National Museum of Man.
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1975a
More on Narragansett Keesuckquand. International Journal of

American Linguistics 41 (1975):239-40.

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1976
Narragansett Color Terms. Pp. 105-114 in Papers of the 7th Algonquian Conference, 1975, William Cowan, ed.,. Ottawa: Carleton University.
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1977
Quelques aspects du système consonantique du narragansett. Pp. 151-155 in Actes du 8e Congrès des Algonquinistes, 1976, William Cowan, ed.,. Ottawa: Carleton University.
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1978
Toward the Linguistic History of an Algonquian Dialect: Observations on the Wood Vocabulary. Pp. 127-137 in Papers of the 9th Algonquian Conference. William Cowan, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University.
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1983
A Lord's Prayer in Wampanoag? Pp. 239-244 in Actes du 14e Congrès des Algonquinistes. William Cowan, ed. Ottawa: Carleton University.
Avery, Rev. John
1901
The Pequot Indians. In History of the Town of Ledyard, 1650-1900.

Norwich, Conn: Noyes and Davis.

Aylmer, Kevin J.
1972
The Massacre of the Piney Wood Hills. New England Galaxy 13:20-8.
Axelrod, Alan
1993
Trouble in New Canaan: The Pequot War (1634-1638): The Establishment of a Pattern. In Chronicle of the Indian Wars: From Colonial Times to Wounded Knee. New York: Prentice Hall
Axtell, James
1981
The European and the Indian: Essays in the Ethnohistory of Colonial North America. New York: Oxford University Press.
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1985
The Invasion Within: the Contrast of Culture in Colonial North America. New York: Oxford University Press.
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1991
Imagining the Other: First Encounters in North America. Washington, D.C.: American Historical Association.
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1992
Beyond 1492: Encounters in Colonial North America. Oxford University Press.
Backus, Issac
1871
A History of New England and Particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians Called Baptists. 2ed. Newton, Mass.: Backus Historical Society.
Bacon, Edgar M.
1904
Narragansett Bay: Its Historic and Romantic Associations and Picturesque Setting. New York.
Bader, Charles D.
1996
Creating and Restoring Wetlands. Erosion Control May/June:22-27.
Bahr, H.M., B.A. Chadwick, and R.C. Day, eds.
1972
Native Americans Today: Sociological Perspectives. New York: Harper and Row Publishers, Inc.
Bailey, Alfred Goldsworthy
1969
The Conflict of European and Eastern Algonkian Cultures, 1504-1700: A Study In Canadian Civilization. 2ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Bailey, Paul
1954
Long Island Whalers. Amityville, New York: Long Island Forum.
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1962
Early Long Island, its Indian Whalers, and Folklore Rhymes. Westhampton Beach, New York: Long Island Forum.
Bailey, Thomas A., and David M. Kennedy
1968
The American Spirit. 7ed. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Bakeless, John
1950
America as Seen by Its First Explorers: The Eyes of Discovery. New York: Dover Publications.
Baker, Alice C.
1897
True Stories of New England Captivities Carried To Canada During the Old Indian Wars. Cambridge.
Baker, A. & H. Izard
1991
New England Farmers and the Marketplace, 1780-1865: A Case Study. Agricultural History 65(3):Summer.
Baker, Brenda J.
1994
Pilgrim's Progress and Praying Indians: The Biocultural Consequences of Contact in Southern New England. Pp. 35-45 in the Wake of Contact: Biological Responses to Conquest. New York: Wiley.
Baker, Henry A.
1896
History of Montville, Connecticut: Formerly the North Parish of New London from 1640 to 1896. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood, & Brainard Company.
Baker, Virginia
1894
Glimpses of Ancient Sowams. Reminiscences of the Aborigines-Their Sayings and Doings. Providence.
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1904
Massasoit's Town Sowams in Pokanoket, Its History, Legends and Traditions. Warren, Rhode Island: The author.
Ballantine, Betty, and Ian Ballantine, eds.
1993
The Native Americans: An Illustrated History. Atlanta: Turner Publishing, Inc.
Balthazar, Richard
1992
Remember Native America! The Earthworks of Ancient America. Santa Fe, New Mex.: Five Flower Press.
Banks, Charles Edward
1966
History of Martha's Vineyard [1911]. 3 vols. Dukes County Historical Society.
Barber, Russell J.
1979
Human Ecology and Estuarine Ecosystem: Prehistoric Exploitation in the Merrimack Valley. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
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1982
The Wheeler's Site: A Specialized Shellfish Processing Station on the Merrimack River. Peabody Museum Monograph 7. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard Press.
Barratt, Joseph., ed.
1916
Meaning of Indian Local Names, etc. [Historical address delivered May 26, to the Citizens of Springfield, Mass., Connecticut Historical Society].
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1851
The Indians of New England and North-Eastern Provinces. Middletown, Conn.
Bartlett, John R.
1844
The Progress of Ethnology. s.n.: New York.
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1847
Observations On The Progress Of Geography And Ethnology, With The Historical Facts Deduced Therefrom. New York: The Society.
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1847a
The Progress Of Ethnology, An Account Of Recent Archæological, Philological And Geographical Researches In Various Parts Of The Globe. 2ed. New York: Bartlett & Welford.
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1848
The Progress Of Ethnology, An Account Of Recent Archæological, Philological And Geographical Researches In Various Parts Of The Globe, Tending To Elucidate The Physical History Of Man. s.n.: New York.
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1858
Census Of The Inhabitants Of The Colony Of Rhode Island And Providence Plantations. Providence, Rhode Island: Knowles, Anthony & Co., State Printers.
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1864
Bibliography Of Rhode Island, A Catalogue Of Books And Other Publications Relating To The State Of Rhode Island, With Notes, Historical, Biographical And Critical. 8 vols. Providence, Rhode Island: The State of Rhode Island. 
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1868
Primeval Man. s.n.:s.l.
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1868a
A Report On The Pre-Historic Man And His Associates, Made To The American Antiquarian Society. (Paper read at its semi-annual meeting held in Boston April 29, Worcester, Mass.: Printed by Tyler & Seagrave).
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1874
The History Of Printing In America, With A Biography Of Printers, And An Account Of Newspapers ... 2 ed. Albany, N.Y., J. Munsell, Printers.
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1874a
Letters of Roger Williams. 1632-1682. Providence, Rhode Island: Printed for the Narragansett Club.
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n.d.
Bibliographical Notices Of Rare And Curious Books Relating To America ... Cambridge, Mass.: Printed by H. O. Houghton and Company.
Bartocci, Clara
1987
Puritans Versus Pequots: Four Eye-witness Reports of the First War in Colonial New England. Storia Nordamericana 4 :71-91.
Basset, Benjamin
1782
Fabulous Traditions of the Indians of Martha's Vineyard from Thomas Cooper, Indian of Gay Head. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society ser.1, Vol. 1.
Basto, A.
1937
A Cross-Section of an Algonkian Village Site Located at South Woodstock. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 6:24-38.
Beale, C.
1957
American Triracial Isolates: Their Status and Pertinence to Genetics Research. Eugenics Quarterly 4/4:187-196.
Beaudry, Mary C.
1980
Spoons from the Burr's Hill Collection. Pp. 72-78 in Burr's Hill, A 17th Century Wampanoag Burial Ground in Warren, Rhode Island. S.G.Gibson, ed. Brown University, Rhode Island: Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology.
Beaver, R. Pierce
1962
American Missionary Motivation Before the Revolution. Church History 31(2):216-226.
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1962a
Ecumenical Beginnings in Protestant World Mission: A History of Comity. New York: Thomas Nelson.
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1966
Pioneers in Mission: The Early Missionary Ordination Sermons, Charges, and Instructions; Source Book on the Rise of American Missions to the Heathen. Grand Rapids, Mich.: W.B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.
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1966a
Church, State, and the American Indians: Two and a Half Centuries of Partnership in Missions Between Protestant Churches and Government. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House.
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1968
Missionary Motivation Through Three Centuries. Pp. 113-151 in Reinterpretation in American Church History. Jerald C. Bauer, ed. (Essays in Divinity 5) Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press.
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1969
Methods in American Missions to the Indians in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Calvinist Models for Protestant Foreign Missions. Journal of Presbyterian History 47(2):124-148.
Beck, Horace P.
1959
The American Indian as a Sea-Fighter in Colonial Times. Mystic, Conn.: The Marine Historical Association.
Bell, James
1997
The Charter Effect: The Amerindian, the Pequot War, and the Transformation of Englishmen into Americans. Dominguez Hills, Calif.: California State University. [Unpublished Masters Thesis].
Bellin, Joshua David
1995
The Demon of the Continent: American Literature, Indian Conversion, and the Dynamics of Cultural Exchange (Roger Williams, William Bartram, Lydia Maria Childs, James Fenimore Cooper, William Apess.) Philadelphia, Penna.: University of Pennsylvania. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Belknap, Jeremy, and Jedidiah Morse
1955
Report on the Oneida, Stockbridge and Brotherton Indians [1796]. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. Indian Notes and Monographs 54:5-39. New York.
Bellatoni, Nicholas
1993
Animal Exploitation Patterns from Prehistoric Shell Midden Sites on Block Island, Rhode Island. (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Anthropological Association, 27 March. Danbury, Conn.)
Bencivengo, Frank
1992
The Atrocities of the Pequot War. Prize Essays in American History 1:1-8.
Bendremer, Jeffrey
1993
The Late Woodland of Eastern Connecticut. Storrs, Conn.: University of Connecticut. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Bendremer, Jeffrey C.M., and Robert E. Dewar
1994
The Advent of Prehistoric Maize in New England. Pp. 369-394 in Corn and Culture in Prehistoric New World. Sissel Johanessen and Christine A. Hastorf, eds. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press.
Benedict, Reverend David
1986
History of Pawtucket, Rhode Island: Reminiscences and New Series of Reverend David Benedict. Elizabeth J. Johnson and James Lucas Wheaton, IV, comps.. Pawtucket, Rhode Island: Spaulding House Publications. 
Benedict, Jeff

2001

Without Reservation: The Making of America's Most Powerful Indian Tribe and Foxwoods, the World's Largest Casino. New York : Perennial.
Benes, Peter, ed.
1980
New England Prospect. Maps, Place Names and the Historical Landscape. Proceedings of the Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife. Boston, Mass.: Boston University.
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1991
Algonkians of New England: Past and Present. The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings 1991. Boston, Mass.: Boston University.
Benezet, Anthony
1771
Some Historical Account of Guinea, its Situation, Produce, and the General Disposition of its Inhabitants: With an Inquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Slave Trade, its Nature, and Lamentable Effects: Also a Republication of the Sentiments of Several Authors of Note on this Interesting Subject, Particularly an Extract of a Treatise Written by Granville Sharp. Philadelphia.
Bennett, M.K.
1955
Food Economy of the New England Indians, 1605-75. Journal of Political Economy 63(5):369-97.
Benjamin, Mary
1995
Red Wing Has Spoken: The Life and Work of a Native American Woman in Her Journey Through the 20th Century (in press).
Benton, Myron B.
1912
Indians of the Webutuck Valley. Lakeville, Conn: Lakeville Journal.
Berkhofer, Robert F., Jr.
1978
The White Man's Indian: Images of the American Indian From

Columbus to the Present. New York: Vintage Books, Random House.

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1987
Cultural Pluralism Versus Ethnocentrism in the New Indian History. Pp. 35-45 in The American Indian and the Problem of History. Calvin Martin, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
Bernard, Wilbert A., Jr.
1976
The Rise and Fall of the Narragansett Indians. Bridgewater, Mass.: Bridgewater State College. (Unpublished Master's Thesis.)
Bernstein, David J.
1987
Prehistoric Subsistence at Greenwich Cove, Rhode Island. Binghamton, New York: State University of New York (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
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1992
Prehistoric Use of Plant Foods in the Narragansett Bay. Man in the Northeast 44:1-13.
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1993
Prehistoric Subsistence on the Southern New England Coast: the Record from Narragansett Bay. San Diego: Academic Press.
Berry, Brewton
1963
Almost White. New York: Macmillian.
Bherer, Harold
1990
Wampum and Letters Patent: Exploratory Study of Native

Entrepreneurship. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Bicknell, Thomas W.
1908
Sowams: With Ancient Records of Sowams and Parts Adjacent-Illustrated. New Haven, Conn.: Associated Publishers of American Records.
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1908
Map of Indian Localities About Narragansett and Mount Hope Bay. In Sowams: With Ancient Records of Sowams and Parts Adjacent-Illustrated. Thomas W. Bicknell. New Haven, Conn.: Associated Publishers of American Records.
Biggar, Henry Percival, ed.
1822
The Works of Samuel de Champlain. 6 vols. Toronto: The Champlain Society. (Reprinted: Toronto University Press, Toronto, Canada, 1971.)
Binford, Lewis R.
1972
Mortuary Practices: Their Study and Their Potential. Pp. 208-243 in Archaeological Perspective. L. Binford, ed. New York: Seminar Press.
Bingham, Amelia G.
1970
Mashpee, 1870-1970. Mashpee, Mass.: Mashpee Centennial Committee.
Bird, S. Elizabeth
1996
Dressing in Feathers: The Construction of the Indian in American Popular Culture. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press/Harper Collins.
Black, David W. and Ruth Holmes Whitehead
1988
Prehistoric Shellfish Preservation and Storage on the Northeast Coast. North American Archaeologist 9(1):17-30.
Blanchette, Jean-Francois
1980
Firearms. Pp. 67-71 in Burr's Hill, A 17th Century Wampanoag Burial Ground in Warren, Rhode Island. S.G. Gibson, ed. Brown University, Rhode Island: Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology.
Bliss, Leonard
1836
The History of Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts; Comprising a History of the Present Towns of Rehoboth, Seekonk, and Pawtucket, From Their Settlement to the Present Time; Together With Sketches of Attleborough, Cumberland, and a Part of Swansey And Barrington, to the Time That They Were Severally Separated From the Original Town. Boston: Otis, Broaders, & Company
Blodgett, Harold
1935
Samson Occam. Hanover, New Hampshire: Dartmouth College.
Boas, Franz
1911; 1922
Handbook of American Indian Languages. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 40. (2 parts). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Boehme, Sarah E., Gerald T. Conaty and Dave Warren
1998
Powerful Images: Portrayals of Native America. Seattle, Washington: Museums West and University of Washington.
Boissevain, Ethel L.
1952
Narragansett Powwow-1951. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey 5:12-14. Trenton.
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1956
The Detribalization of the Narragansett Indians: A Case Study. Ethnohistory 3(3):225-245.
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1959
Narragansett Survival: A Study of Group Persistence Through Adapted Traits. Ethnohistory 6(4):347-362.
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1963
Detribalization and Group Identity: The Narragansett Indian Case. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2d ser., Vol. 25(5):493-502. New York.
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1968
From Pagan to Protestant: A Case History and Comparative Analysis of Conversion in Colonial New England. Bulletin of the New Jersey Academy 13(1):66-70.
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1969
Sachems, Kings, Presidents and Chiefs: The Changing Functions and Titles of the Heads of the Narragansett Tribe. (Paper Read at the Northeastern Anthropological Society Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, April 25, 1969.)
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1969a
The Historic Village of the Narragansett Indians. (Manuscript) The Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission and Lehman College of City University of New York, New York.
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1970
The Ecology of the Historic Village of the Narragansett Indians. (Manuscript) The Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission and Lehman College of City University of New York, New York.
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1973
A Week in the Life of a Narragansett Indian in March 1864. (Paper Read at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Edmond, Okla., October, 1973.)
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1975
The Narragansett People. Phoenix: Indian Tribal Series.
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1981
Whatever Became of the New England Indians Shipped to Bermuda to be Sold as Slaves? Man in the Northeast 21:103-14.
Boissevain, Ethel L., and Ralph Roberts
1974
The Minutes and Ledgers of the Narragansett Tribe of Indians, 1860-1865: An Intimate Glimpse into the Economic and Social Life of an Acculturated Indian Tribe on the Threshold of Detribalization. Man in the Northeast 7:3-28.
Bonfanti, Leo
1970
Biographies and Legends of the New England Indians. 5 vols. Burlington, Mass.: Pride Publications.
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1971
The Pequot-Mohican War. Wakefield, Mass.: Pride Publications.
Bond, C. Lawrence
1991
Native Names of New England Towns and Villages: Translating 199

Names Derived from Native American Words. 2ed. 1993. Topsfield, Mass.: s.n.

Bourne, Russell
1990
The Red King's Rebellion: Racial Politics in New England, 1675-1678. New York: Atheneum.
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1990a
The Battle that Shaped New England's Mind: The Pequot War of 1637. In The Red King's Rebellion: Racial Politics in New England 1675-1678. New York: Oxford University Press.
Bowen, Joanne
1990
A Study of Seasonality and Subsistence in Eighteenth Century Suffield, Connecticut. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Boyd, Susan H.
1979
Stick Games/Hand Games: The Great Divide. Pp. :209-226. in Forms of Play of Native North Americans: 1977 Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society. St. Paul, Minna.: West Publishing Company.
Bradford, William
1650?
History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646. William T. Davis, ed. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
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1794
Letter-Book. Massachusetts Historical Society Collections 3 &4.
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1908
Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647. Samuel E. Morison, ed. New York: Knopf. (Reprinted: Capricorn Books, New York, 1962.)
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1969
History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647. 2 vols. New York: Russell and Russell.
Bradley, Cyrus Sherwood
1923
Indian Names of Fairfield. s.l.: Greenfield Hill.
Bradley, James W.
1983
Blue Crystals and Other Trinkets: Glass Beads from Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century New England. Pp. 29-36 in Proceedings of the 1982 Glass Trade Bead Conference. (Research Records 16.) C.F. Hayes, III, ed. Rochester, New York: Rochester Museum and Science Center.
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1987
Native Exchange and European Trade: Cross-Cultural Dynamics in the Sixteenth Century. Man in the Northeast 33:31-46.
Bradley, James W., Arthur E. Spiess, and Wayne E. McFee
1991
Mass Strandings of the Long-finned Pilot Whale on Cape Cod: Implications for Native American Subsistence and Settlement. American Anthropological Association Meeting (Poster-display). Washington, D.C.
Bragdon, Kathleen J.
1981
"Another Tongue Brought In": An Ethnohistorical Study of Native Writings in Massachusett. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
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1987
Emphatical Speech and Great Action: An Analysis of Speech Events Described in the Seventeenth Century. Man in the Northeast 33:101-111.
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1987a
The Sachemship and Its Defenders. (Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association, December. Washington, D.C.)
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1991
Native Christianity in Eighteenth Century Massachusetts: Ritual as Cultural Reaffirmation. Pp. 117-126 in New Dimensions in Ethnohistory. (Papers of the Second Laurier Conference Ethnohistory and Ethnology). Barry Gough and Christie Laird, eds. Canadian Museum of Civilization.
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1996
Native People of Southern New England, 1500-1650. Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press.
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