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For the reader's convenience, standard abbreviations used throughout the book include:

Dacey, Karen H.
1995
In the Shadow of the Great Blue Hill. Lanham, Maryland.: University Press of America.
Danckaerts, Jasper
1913
Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1689. Bartlett B. James, and J. F. Jameson, eds. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons (Reprinted: Barnes and Noble, New York, 1959.)
Daniels, Bruce Colin
1984
Dissent and Conformity on Narragansett Bay: the Colonial

Rhode Island Town. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press.

Davis, Andrew McFarland
1866
Indian Games: An Historical Research. Salem, Mass.: s.n.
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1887
A Few Additional Notes Concerning Indian Games. Salem, Mass.: s.n.
Davis, Hadassah, trans. and ed.
1986
What Cheer, Netop: Selections from A Key into the Indian Language. rev. ed. 1994. Bristol, Rhode Island: Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University.
Davis, H. F.
n.d.
An Account of Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians. Providence: Pafnuty Publishing.
Davis, Jack L.
1971
Roger Williams Among the Narragansett Indians. Notes and Queries 43:593-604.
Davis, Jefferson
1971
The Pequot War Retold. Red Buffalo:1-13.
Davis, Mary B., ed.
1994
Native America in the Twentieth Century: An Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing
Dawson-Holt, Hannelore, et al.
1980
American Heritage: Narragansett Indian. Durham, New Hampshire: Barton Hall.
Day, Gordon M.
1953
The Indian as an Ecological Factor in the Northeastern Forest. Ecology 34(2):329-346.
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1962
English-Indian Contacts in New England. Ethnohistory 9(1):24-40.
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1967
Historical Notes on New England Languages. Pp. 107-112 in Contributions to Anthropology: Linguistics, I. Anthropological Series 78, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 214. Ottawa.
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1967a
An Agawam Fragment. International Journal of American Linguistics 33:244-7.
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1969
The Indian Languages of the Upper Connecticut Valley. In The Connecticut Valley Indian: An Introduction to Their Archaeology and History. Springfield, Mass.: Springfield Museum of Science.
De Forest, John W.
1851
History of the Indians of Connecticut from the earliest Known Period to 1850. Hartford, Conn.: W. J. Hamersley. (Reprinted: Shoestring Press, Hamden, Conn., 1964.)
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1852
De Forest, John W. The Lord's Prayer in the Pequot Tongue. In History of the Indians of Connecticut. 1852. (Reprinted, Brighton, Michigan: Native American Book Publishers).
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1853
History of the Indians of Connecticut : from the Earliest Known Period to 1850. Hartford, Conn: W. J. Hammersley, 1853.
De Forest, L. Effingham
1934
Captain John Underhill: Gentleman, Soldier of Fortune. New York:

DeForest Publishing Company.

DeGraaf, R.M.
1990
Herpetofaunal Species Composition and Relative Abundance Among Three New England Forest Types. Forest Ecology and Management 32 May:155-165.
Delabarre, Edmund Burke, and Harris H. Wilder
1920
Indian Corn-Hills in Massachusetts. American Anthropologist. 22(3).
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1928
Dighton Rock: A Study of the Written Rocks of New England. New York: Walter Negle.
Deloria, Vine, Jr.
1994
God is Red : A Native View Of Religion. Golden, Colorado: North American Press.
Deloria, Philip Joseph
1998
Playing Indian. New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press.
de Lotbiniere, Pauline Joly
1993
Des Wampums et des 'Petits Humains' Recits Historiques sur

les Wampums Algonquins. Recherches Amerindiennes au Quebec 23/2-3:53-68.

Denison, Frederic
1878
Westerly (Rhode Island) and its Witnesses, for Two Hundred and Fifty Years, 1626-1978. Providence, Rhode Island: J.A. and R.A. Reid.
Densmore, Frances
1974
How Indians use Wild Plants for Food, Medicine, and Crafts. New York: Dover.
Denton, Daniel
1845
A Brief Description of New York: Formerly Called New Netherlands, with the Places Thereunto Adjoining. Likewise a Brief Relation of the Customs of the Indians There [1670]. New York: W. Gowans.
Denys, Nicholas
1672
The Description & Natural History of the Coasts of North America. (Reprinted: William F. Ganong, ed. & trans., The Champlain Society, Toronto, 1908.)
De Pauw, Linda G.
1975
Founding Mothers. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company.
DePaoli, Neil
1984
Patterns of Settlement and Land Use: Contact Period (1500-1620), Plantation Period (1620-1675). Pp. 46-76 in Historic and Archaeological Resources of the Connecticut River Valley. James Bradley, ed. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Commission.
Dermer, Thomas
1841
Letter to Thomas Dermer, Describing His Passage from Maine to Virginia, A.D. 1619. Collections of the New York Historical Society, 2d ser., Vol. 1(10):343-354. New York.
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1906
To his Worshipfull Friend M. Samuel Purchas, Preacher of the Word, at the Church a Little Within Ludgate, London [1619]. Pp. 129-134 in Vol. 19 of Hakluytus Posthumus or Purchas His Pilgrimes, by Samuel Purchas. Glasgow, Scotland: James MacLehose and Sons.
Demeritt, David
1991
Agriculture, Climate, and Cultural Adaptation in the Prehistoric Northeast. Archaeology of the Eastern North American 19:183-202.
Des Barres, Joseph Frederick Wallet
1776
A Chart Of The Harbour Of Rhode Island And Narraganset Bay. Surveyed In Pursuance Of Directions From The Lords Of Trade To His Majesty's Surveyor General For The Northern District Of North America. Published At The Request Of The Right Honourable Lord Viscount Howe. [London]. map 104 x 75 cm.
Detzer, David
1967
The Causes of the Pequot War. The Connecticut Review:85-88.
Dexter, Franklin Bowditch
1885
The History of Connecticut as Illustrated in the Names of

Her Towns. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 3,

Apr.:421-48.

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1905
Town Names in Litchfield County. Litchfield Hills 1, May 1:6-7.
Dexter, Lincoln A., comp. & ed.
1979
Maps of Early Massachusetts: Pre-history Through the Seventeenth Century.Wilbraham, Mass.: s.n..
Dickerson, Olive P.
1984
The Myth of the Savage. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta Press.
Dillard, Joey L.
1972
Black English: Its History in the United States. New York: Random House.
Dincauze, Dena F.
1968
Cremation Cemeteries of Eastern Massachusetts. The Atlantic Phase: A Late Archaic Culture in Massachusetts. Man in the Northeast 4:40-61.
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1990
A Capsule Prehistory of Southern New England. Pp. 19-32 in The Pequots in Southern New England: The Fall And Rise of an American Indian Nation. L. Hauptmann And J. Wherry, Eds. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
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1993
Centering. Northeast Archaeology 46:33-37.
Documentary Educational Resources
1993
Natives of the Narrowland: The Unwritten History of the First Cape Codders. [videorecording.] A Mooncusser Production. Watertown, Mass.: Documentary Educational Resources.
Doherty, Katherine M.
1995
The Wampanoag. New York: F. Watts.
Dorr, Henry C.
1885
The Narragansetts. Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society 7:135-237. Providence.
Dorris, Michael
1975
Twentieth Century Indians: The Return of the Natives. In Ethnic Autonomy-Comparative Dynamics: The Americas, Europe and the Developing World. Raymond L. Hall, ed. New York: Pergamon Press.
Douglas-Lithgow, Robert A.
1909
Dictionary of American Indian Place and Proper Names in New England. Salem. Mass.: Salem Press.
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1914
Nantucket, A History. New York: Putnam’s.
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2001
American-Indian Place Names In Rhode Island. Bedford, Mass.: Applewood Books.
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2001a
American-Indian place names in Massachusetts. Bedford, Mass.: Applewood Books.
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2003
American Indian Place Names in Connecticut. Bedford, Mass : Applewood Books.
Dow, George Francis
1985
The Whale Fishery in Colonial New England. Whale Ships and Whaling: A Pictorial History. New York, New York: Dover Publications, Inc.
Dowd, Anne S.
1988
Prehistoric Ceramics in Rhode Island: An Overview. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 49:71-79.
Doxtator, Deborah
1988
Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indians: A Resource Guide. Brantford, Ontario: Woodland Cultural Centre.
Drake, Samuel
1832
The Book of the Indians; or, Bibliography and History of the Indians of North America, From its First Discovery to the Year 1841. Boston: Antiquarian Bookstore.
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1851
Indian Captivities, or Life in the Wigwam. Auburn, New York: Derby, Miller, and Company
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1867
The Old Indian Chronicle, Being a Collection of Exceeding Rare Tracts Written and Published in the Time of King Philip's War by Persons Residing in the County to Which are Now Added Marginal Notes and Chronicles of the Indians from the Discovery to the Present Time. Boston: S.G. Drake.
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1867a
Map of the Nipmuck or Nipnet Country to Accompany Drake's Old Indian Chronicle Compiled Chiefly From a Survey of 1774. University of Delaware: Special Collections Department. [http://www.lib.udel.edu/ud/spec/findaids/hist_map/list_7.htm]
Drinnon, Robert
1987
Facing West: The Metaphysics of Indian-Hating and Empire-Building. Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press.
Dudley, Thomas
1896
Letter to the Countess of Lincoln. In Chronicles Of The First Planters Of The Colony Of Massachusetts Bay, 1623-1636 Now First Collected From Original Records And Contemporaneous Manuscripts, And Illustrated With Notes. Alexander Young, ed. Boston, Mass. (Reprinted: George Francis Dow, Two Centuries of Travel in Essex County Massachusetts: A Collection of Narratives and Observations Made by Travelers 1605-1799, 1921, The Perkins Press, Topsfield.)
Dukes County Historical Society
1650-present
Collections. Dukes County Historical Society. Edgartown, Massachusetts.
Dunford, Frederick J.
1992
Territory and Community: The Spatial Dimensions of Ceramic Design Variables on Cape Cod, Massachusetts (1000-400 Years B.P.). University of Massachusetts. (Ph.D. Dissertation Prospectus.)
Dunwiddie, P.W.
1990
Postglacial Vegetation History of Coastal Islands in Southern New England. National Geographic Research 6(2):178-95.
Dyer, Edward O.
1905
Indian Names in Litchfield County. Litchfield Hills 1, May 1:3-6.
Earle, John M.
1821
Report to the Governor and Council Concerning the Indians of the Commonwealth. Boston, Mass.: William White.
Easton, John
1858
A Narrative of the Causes Which Led to Philip's Indian War of 1675 and 1676, with Other Documents Concerning this Event in the Office of the Secretary of State of New York. Albany: J. Munsell.
Eaton, Robert
1990
King Philip's War. Hatfield, Mass.: Mohawk Arts.
Edwards, Jonathan
n.d.
Observations on the Language of the Muhhekaneew Indians; in which the Extent of that Language in North-America is Shewn; its Genius is Grammatically Traced: some of its Peculiarities, and some Instances of Analogy Between that and the Hebrew are Pointed out. New-Haven: Josiah Meigs, 1788. [Reprinted: American Culture Series, Reel 160.1, Ann Arbor, Michigan, University Microfilms.]
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1823
Observations on the Mohegan Language. Massachusetts Historical Society Collections:81-160.
Eichelberg, Sandra J.
1998
Mohegan Sun: The Secret Guide. n.p.: Little People Publications.
Einhorn, Arthur
1974
Iroquois-Algonquin Wampum Exchange and Preservation in the

Twentieth Century. Man in the Northeast 7:71-86.

Eliot, John
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, J. Bellamy.
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1653
Tears of repentance: or, A further narrative of the progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New-England: setting forth, not only their present state and condition, but sundry confessions of sin by diverse of the said Indians, wrought upon by the saving power of the gospel; together with the manifestation of their faith and hope in Jesus Christ, and the work of grace upon their hearts. London, Printed by P. Cole in Leaden-hall, and are to be sold at his shop, at the sign of the printing-press in Cornhil, near the Royal exchange.
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1659
Christian commonwealth; or, The civil policy of the rising kingdom of Jesus Christ. Written before the interruption of the government, by Mr. John Eliot, teacher of the church of Christ at Roxbury in New England. And not published (after his consent given) by a server of the season. London, Printed for Livewell Chapman, at the Crown in Popes-Head-alley.
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1660
A further account of the progress of the gospel amongst the Indians in New England: being a relation of the confessions made by several Indians (in the presence of the elders and member of several churches) in order to their admission into church-fellowship. Sent over to the Corporation for propagating the gospel of Jesus Christ amongst the Indians in New England at London, by Mr. John Elliot one of the laborers in the word amongst them. London, Printed by J. Macock.
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1663
The Holy Bible: Containing the Old Testament and New Translated into the Indian Language by John Eliot. 2ed. 1685. Cambridge, Mass.: Samuel Green and Marmaduke Johnson.
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1663a
Mamusse wunneetupanatamwe up-biblum God naneeswe nukkone testament kah wonk wusku testament / ne quoshkinnumuk nashpe wuttinneumoh Christ noh asoowesit John Eliot, nahohtôeu ontchetôe printeuoomuk. Cambridge, Mass.: Printeuoop nashpe Samuel Green. 2 ed, 1685 [with John Cotton]. [The Holy Bible: Containing the Old Testament and New Translated into the Indian Language by John Eliot].
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1666
The Indian Grammar Begun; or, an Essay to Bring The Indian Language into Rules for the Help of Such as Desire to Learn the Same for the Furtherance of the Gospel Among Them. Cambridge, Mass.: Marmaduke Johnson. (Reprinted : A Grammar Of The Massachusetts Indian Language, Ed. And With Notes And Observations By Peter S. Duponceau And An Introduction And Supplementary Observations By John Pickering, Peter S. Duponceau, ed., Boston, Phelps & Farnham, 1822.)
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1671
A brief narrative of the progress of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, in the year 1670. Given in by the Reverend Mr. John Elliot, minister of the gospel there, in a letter by him directed to the right worshipfull the commissioners under His Majesties great-seal for propagation of the gospel amongst the poor blind natives in those United Colonies. London, Printed for J. Allen.
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1671a
Indian dialogues, for their instruction in that great service of Christ, in calling home their country-men to the knowledge of God, and of themselves and of Jesus Christ. Printed at Cambridge.
Eliot, John and
William Walton
1655
A late and further manifestation of the progress of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England. Declaring their constant love and zeal to the truth: with a readiness to give accompt of their faith and hope; as of their desires in church communion to be partakers of the ordinances of Christ. Being a narrative of the examinations of the Indians, about their knowledge in religion, by the elders of the churches. Related by M. John Eliot. Pub. by the corporation, established by act of Parliament, for propagating the gospel there. London, M. S.
Eliot, John,
Henry Warner Bowden, and
James P. Ronda
1671
John Eliot's Indian dialogues : a study in cultural interaction Printed by M. Johnson, Cambridge, Mass. (Reprinted: . Henry W. Bowden and James P. Ronda, eds., Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1980.)
Eliot, John and Wilberforce Eames
1672
The logic primer, reprinted from the unique original of 1672; with introduction by Wilberforce Eames. co. (Reprinted: Cleveland, The Burrows Brothers Company, 1904.)
Eliot, John and John Small
1669
The Indian primer; or, The way of training up of our Indian youth in the good knowledge of God. 1669. By John Eliot, to which is prefixed the Indian covenanting confession. Reprinted from the originals in the library of the University of Edinburgh. With an introduction by John Small. Edinburgh: A. Elliot.
Elliott, M.
1894
'This Indian Bait': Samson Occom and the Voice of Liminality. Early American Literature, 29(3):233-253.
Ellis, George E.
1888
The Puritan Age and Rule in the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1685. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
Ellis, George W., and J. Morris
1906
King Philip's War. New York: Grafton Press Publisher.
Ely, William D.
1892
A Keyhole for Roger Williams' Key, or, a Study of Suggested Misprints, in its Sixteenth Chapter, "Of the Earth, and the Fruits Thereof, &c". (A Paper Read Before The Rhode Island Historical Society. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Historical Society.)
Eno, Joel N.
1903
The Nomenclature of Connecticut Towns. The Connecticut Magazine 8(2):330-335, 93-4.
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1906
The Original Indian Land Owners in Connecticut. Connecticut Magazine 10(1906):3
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1908
Ancient Place-names in Connecticut. The Connecticut Magazine 12, Jan.:93-94.
Erb, Elmer T.
1970
Fire: The First Scientific Tool of Man. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 31(3-4):20-23.
Erhardt, John G.
1992
The History of Rehoboth, Seekonk, East Providence, Pawtucket and Barrington. Vol. 1: Seacunke, 1500s to 1645. Seekonk, Mass.: J.G. Erhardt.
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1992a
The History of Rehoboth, Seekonk, East Providence, Pawtucket and Barrington. Vol. 2: Rehoboth, Plymouth Colony, 1645-1692. Seekonk, Mass.: J.G. Erhardt.
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1992b
The History of Rehoboth, Seekonk, East Providence, Pawtucket and Barrington. Vol. 3: A History of Rehoboth, Seekonk, Massachusetts, Pawtucket, and East Providence, 1692-1812. Seekonk, Mass.: J.G. Erhardt.
Erikson, Kai T.
1966
Wayward Puritans: A Study in the Sociology of Deviance. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company
Everts, Louis H.
1989
History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts. Vols. I, II. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Company.
Fairbanks, Jonathan L., and Robert F. Trent
1982
New England Begins: The Seventeenth Century (exhibit catalog). 3 vols. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.
Fawcett, Melissa Jayne
1984
The Role of Gladys Tantaquidgeon. Papers of the 15th Algonquian Conference. William Cowan, ed. Ottawa: Carelton Uuniversity.
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1987
Sociocultural Authority: the Mohegan Case: Revised. Pp. 52-53 in Rooted Like the Ash Trees: New England Indians and the Land. rev. ed. R.G. Carlson, ed. Naugatuck, Conn.: Eagle Wing Press, Inc.
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1995
The Lasting of the Mohegans: Part I. The Story of the Wolf People.

Uncasville, Conn: The Mohegan Tribe.

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2000

Medicine Trail: The Life and Lessons of Gladys Tantaquidgeon. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
Fawcett, Melissa Jayne, and Joseph Bruchac
1997
Makiawisug: The Gift of the Little People. Uncasville, Conn.: Little People Publications.
Feder, Kenneth L.
1990
Late Woodland Occupation of the Uplands of Northwestern Connecticut. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 51(2):61-68
Fenton, William N.
1998
Wampum, the Magnet that Drew Furs from the Forest. The Great

Law and the Longhouse. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press.

Fernow, B., ed.
1881
Documents Relating to the History and Settlements of the Town Along the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers (with the Exception of Albany), from 1630-1684. And Also Illustrating the Relations of the Settlers with the Indians. Albany: Weed, Parsons.
Fessenden, Guy Mannering
1985
History of Warren, Rhode island, from the Earliest Times; with Particular Notices of Massasoit and His Family. Providence.
Fickes, Michael L.

2000

They Could Not Endure That Yoke: The Captivity of Pequot Women and Children After the War of 1637. New England Quarterly LXXIII:58-81.
Field, Edward A.B.
1902
State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations at the End of the Century: A History. Vol. I. Boston and Syracuse: The Mason Publishing Company.
Fisher, R.T.
1933
New England's Forests: Biological Factors. American Geographical Society:213-223.
Fitts, Robert K.
1995
Inventing New England's Slave Paradise: Master/Slave Relations in Eighteenth-Century Narragansett, Rhode Island. Providence: Brown University Department of Anthropology.
Fitzhugh, William, ed.
1985
Cultures in Contact: The European Impact on Native Cultural Institutions in Eastern North America, A.D. 1000-1800. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Flanagan, Alice K.
1997
The Wampanoags. New York: Children's Press.
Flannery, Regina
1939
An Analysis of Coastal Algonquian Culture: The Catholic University of America. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press.
Flint, Thomas
1707
A Copy of a Letter, Written to the Souldiers That Were at Narragansett in The Army, January 1675. Lieut. John Druerie, Serj. Peter Bennet and Serj. John Sharp... Boston: s.n., Printed May 1st. 1707.
Fogelman, Gary L.
1991
Glass Trade Beads of the Northeast, And including Aboriginal Bead

Industries: Stone - Bone - Shell - Catlinite - Cannel Coal - Teeth. Pennsylvania: Fogelman Publishing Co.

Forbes, Jack D., ed.
1964
The Indian in Americas Past. New York: Prentice Hall.
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1976
The Wapanakamikok Languages: A Comparative Study of Powhatan, Natick, Lenape, Nanticoke, and Ojibwe Davis, Calif. : University of California, Tecumseh Center
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1990
The Manipulation of Race, Caste, and Identity: Classifying Afroamericans, Native Americans, and Red-Black People, The Journal of Ethnic Studies 17(4):1-51
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1993
Africans and Native Americans: The Language of Race and the Evolution of Red-Black People. Champaign-Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Press.
Force, Peter
1836-1846
Tracts & Other Papers, Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, & Progress of the Colonies in North America from the Discovery of the Country to the Year 1776 Virginia. 4 vols. Washington, D.C.
Foster, D.R.
1992
Land-Use History (1730-1990) and Vegetation Dynamics in Central New England. Journal of Ecology 80:753-772.
Foster, John
1677
Map of New England [woodcut.] In The Present State of New-England. Being A Narrative of the Troubles With the Indians In New-England, from the First Planting Thereof in the Year 1607, to this Present Year 1677. But Chiefly of the Late Troubles in the Two Last Years 1675 and 1676. To Which is Added a Discourse About the War with the Pequods in the Year 1637. William Hubbard. London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst; Boston: John Foster.
Foster, William E., ed.
1885
Early Attempts at Rhode Island History. Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society 7. Providence, Rhode Island.
Fowler, Lyman P.
1876?
In the Matter of the Brothertown Indians, of the State of Wisconsin, before the 44th Congress. Statement of the Case. Washington, D.C.: s.n.
Fowler, William S.
1957
Ten Thousand Years in America. New York: Vantage Press.
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1963
Classification of Stone Implements of the Northeast. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 25(1):1-29.
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1966
Ceremonial and Domestic Products of Aboriginal New England. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 27(3-4):34-68.
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1967
Discoveries at Wilcox Brook. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 36(1-2):1-8.
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1967a
Oaklawn Quarry: Stone Bowl and Pipe Making. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 29(1):1-17.
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1968
A Case for an Early Archaic in New England. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 29(3-4):53-58.
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1968a
Stone Bowl Making in the Westfield Quarry. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 30(1):6-16.
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1969
Hafting Atlatl Weights. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 30(2):15-17.
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1969a
The Wilbraham Stone Bowl Quarry. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 30(3-4):9-22.
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1969-70
Aboriginal Grinding Equipment. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 31(1-2):19-25.
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1970
Discovery of Fertilizer in Maize Cultivation. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 31(3-4):23-26.
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1970a
New England Tomahawks. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 31(3-4):10-16.
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1971
Some Sources of New England Flints. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 32(3-4):23-28.
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1972
Eden Points in Massachusetts. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 33(3-4):29-31.
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1972-73
Bull Brook: A Paleo Complex Site. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society. 34(1-2):1-6.
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1973
Abodes of Four Aboriginal Periods. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 34(3-4):15-22.
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1973a
Hafting Stone Implements. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 34(3-4):1-12.
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1973b
Metal Cutouts of the Northeast. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 34(3-4):24-30.
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1973-74
Figured Art: Its Presence in Stone Age New England. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 35(1-2):20-24.
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1973-74a
Comparative Study of Hoe and Spade Blades. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 35(1-2):1-9.
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1974
Mary Rowlandson and Indian Behavior. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 35(3-4):25-31.
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1975
The Diagnostic Stone Bowl Industry. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 36(3-4):1-9.
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1975a
The Making of Wing Atlatl Weights. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 36(1-2):19-21.
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1975b
Magic Stones and Shamans. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 36(3-4):10-17.
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1975c
Eating Practices in Aboriginal New England. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 36(3-4):21-27.
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1975-76
An Inquiry into the Contact Stage. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 37(1-2):22-28.
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1975-76a
Division of Labor: Archaeological Disclosures. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 37(1-2):6-12.
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1975-76b
Procurement and Use of Bark. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 37(1-2):15-19.
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1975-76c
Sharpening Stones. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 37(1-2):28-30.
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1976
A Handbook of Indian Artifacts from Southern New England.
(Reprinted: 1983, Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Inc.)
Franklin, Wayne
1979
Discoverers, Explorers, Settlers: The Diligent Writers of Early America. The University of Chicago Press.
Freeman, Michael
1995
Puritans and Pequots: The Question of Genocide. New England Quarterly 68:278-93.
Fritz, Jean
1982
The Good Giants and the Bad Pukwudgies. New York: Putnam.
Frost, J. W.
n.d.
Saints and Savages: The Puritans Conception of the Indians. University of Wisconsin. (Unpublished M.A. Thesis.)
Gahan, Laurence K.
1941
The Nipmucks and Their Territory. MassachusettsArchaeological Society Bulletin 2(4).
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1960
Methods of Translating Indian Place Names. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 21(3 & 4):46-47.
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1961
Gleanings from the Indian Languages. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 22(3 & 4):65-66.
Galinat, Walter C.
1992
Corn, Columbus, and Culture. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 36(1):1-12
Gannett, Henry
1978
The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States. Williamstown, Mass.: Corner House Publishers.
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