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Nabokov, Peter, and Robert Easton
1989
Native American Architecture. New York: Oxford University Press.
Nannepashemet
1993
Smells Fishy to Me: An Argument Supporting the Use of Fish Fertilizer By the Native People of Southern New England. Pp. 42-50 in Annual Proceedingsof Algonkians of New England: Past and Present. Peter Benes, ed. The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife. Boston: Boston University.
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1993a
Hobbomock: A Special Instrument Sent to Massasoit for Their Good Beyond Their Expectations. (Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Northeastern Anthropological Association, March 26. Danbury, Conn.)
Nantucket Courts
1650-present
Nantucket Court Records. Court House, Nantucket, Mass.
Narragansett Times [Narragansett Times and Washington County Advertiser]
1855-
[Newspaper Articles.] Wakefield, Rhode Island.
Narragansett Indian News. Narragansett Indian Tribe and Hometown Newspapers
1999-
[Newspaper Articles.] Warwick, Rhode Island.
Narragansett Indian Tribal Nation
2004
[Internet Website.] Charlestown, Rhode Island: Narragansett Indian Tribal Nation. http://www.narragansett-tribe.org/
Narragansett Indian Tribal Nation
1879
The Narragansett Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Narragansett Weekly, August 7. Rhode Island.
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1879a
The Narragansett Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Narragansett Weekly, November 6. Rhode Island.
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1883
Consigned to History¾ Final Proceedings in the Matter of the Narragansett Indians¾ Dedication of the Monument at Fort Ninegret¾ Oration [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Bulletin, August 31. Rhode Island.
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1889
Charlestown's Indians¾ Council Met in Conference With Indian Commisioner George Carmichael Jr. at Shannock. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Sunday Journal, April 11. Rhode Island.
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1893
Indians Hold Meeting at Stone Church¾ Annual Ritualistic Program held Despite Yesterday's Rainstorm. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 11. Rhode Island.
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1893a
The Indian Claim¾ Mr. James Arnold Advances an Interesting Construction of the Old Deed. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, September 28. Rhode Island.
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1893b
Narragansett Indians¾ Council Met in Conference With Indian Commissioner George Carmichael Jr. at Shannock. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Evening Bulletin, November 23. Rhode Island.
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1893c
Narragansett Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Evening Bulletin, November 6. Rhode Island.
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1894
Want Millions From Rhode Island¾ Narragansett Indians Will Ask the Assembly to Pay Land Claims. [Newspaper Article.] New York Times, January 17. New York.
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1894a
The Narragansett Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Narragansett Weekly, January 18. Rhode Island.
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1894b
The Narragansetts¾ Passing of a Once Powerful Tribe of Rhode Island Indians¾ Their Present Claims Against the State¾ Recent Pow-wows, [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 31. Rhode Island.
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1894c
The Narragansett Indians. Meeting of the Commission to Hear Their Claims. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, March 3. Rhode Island.
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1896
Troubles of the Tribes: Judiciary Committee Hears the Claims of the Narragansett Indians, April 14. [Newspaper Article.] Anonymous. No Place. P. 21 in Recommendations and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding for Federal Acknowledgement of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, Pursuant to 25 CFR 83. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 29 July 1982.
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1896a
The Narragansett Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Newport Herald, February 28. Rhode Island.
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1896b
Who Owns the State of Rhode Island? Surviving Members of the Narragansett Indians Claim 135, 000 Acres¾ Their Demands Will Be Presented to the General Assembly in April¾ The Chief Deposed at Yesterday's Pow-wow Because he Liked Drink and the Prize Ring. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, February 28. Rhode Island.
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1896c
A Heap Big Claim. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, February 28. Rhode Island.
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1898
The Claims of Descendants of the Narragansett Tribe of Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, January 29. Rhode Island.
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1898a
The Narragansett Indians. [Newspaper Article.] .] Providence Daily Journal, August 31. Rhode Island.
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1898b
Narragansetts Not Owners: Supreme Court Decides Against Tribe. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, February 25. Rhode Island.
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1899
Last of the Narragansetts Chiefs: Gideon Ammons, a Famous South County Character, is Dead. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, December 4. Rhode Island.
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1899a
Gideon Ammons Dead: Body of the Last of the Narragansett Chiefs Found in the Woods. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, December 4. Rhode Island.
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1900
Narragansett Indians Meet¾ Their Attorney Francis M. Morison Tells of the Results of the Recent Hearing Before a Sub-Committee of the United States Senate. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, October 16. Rhode Island.
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1900a
Notice: To Their Heirs and Others Who Claim to Be Interested in the Montauk, Shinnecock, Narragansett and Mohegan Tribes or Clans of Indians, Signed by the Indian Council of the Narragansetts. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, November 5. Rhode Island.
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1901
Indian Claims. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, November 15. Rhode Island.
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1906
The Indians Meet¾ Few Remaining Descendants Gather in Charlestown. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 13. Rhode Island.
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1906a
Indian Meeting in Charlestown: Annual Celebration of the Narragansett Tribe. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 14. Rhode Island.
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1908
Indians Preparing for Yearly Powwow¾ Descendants of the Narragansetts to Gather at Tribal Home. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 5. Rhode Island.
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1908a
Indian Survivors Hold Annual "Wash". [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 11. Rhode Island.
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1910
Gatherung of a Vanishing Race. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 21. Rhode Island.
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1911
Indian Sunday¾ Descendants of the Narragansetts Gathered in Charlestown. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 14. Rhode Island.
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1915
The Scattering of the Narragansett Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, January 3. Rhode Island.
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1920s
Chief Noka Still Seeks to Regain Narragansett Lands for his People. . [Newspaper Article.] Anonymous. No Place. P. 21 in Recommendations and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding for Federal Acknowledgement of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, Pursuant to 25 CFR 83.Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 29 July 1982.
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1921
Narragansett Indians Again Seek Return of Land: Descendants of Once Powerful Tribe Believed to be Planning to Assert Title to Section of South County Swamp Lands in Charlestown¾ Secret Council is Held in Old Meeting House. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, June 21. Rhode Island.
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1923
"Chief" Ammons, Survivor of Old Indian Tribe, Dead. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Evening Bulletin, December 6. Rhode Island.
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1923a
New England Indians. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, December 16. Rhode Island.
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1924
Narragansetts Make Annual Pilgrimage. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 17. Rhode Island.
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1924a
Indians at Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 11. Rhode Island.
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1925
Narragansett Indians Meet at Charlestown¾ More than 150 Attend Annual Session and Pow-wow of Tribe's Survivors. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 10. Rhode Island.
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1925a
Narragansett Indians Revive Pow-wow. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Sunday Journal, August 16. Rhode Island.
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1926
Narragansett Indian Woman Buried in Charlestown. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, January 26. Rhode Island.
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1926a
R.I. Indians Smoke Peace Pipe Again¾ Descendants of Famous Chiefs Gather for Conference at Old Church. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 9. Rhode Island.
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1927
Indians Have Meeting Today¾ Hundreds of Tribal Descendants Gather at Old Meeting Place. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 14. Rhode Island.
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1928
Indian to Hold Pow-wow Rites. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Sunday Journal, August 12. Rhode Island.
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1930
Indian to Hold Annual Gathering: Annual Meeting Will Take Place in Charlestown. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 4. Rhode Island.
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1931
Indians Ancestor Seeks $4,000,000: Councilor of Narragansetts Ask Justice for Remaining 118 of That Tribe. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, March 22. Rhode Island.
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1931a
Indian Chief Opposed to Third Head: Narragansetts Resent Efforts of Charlestown Man to Gain Power¾ Sekater and Noka Claim Recognition by Government. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, June 16. Rhode Island.
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1931b
Indians Seek to Gain Birthright¾ Chief Sekater Says Claim Based on Deception in Former Settlement. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, June 17. Rhode Island.
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1931c
Indians Seeks $4,000,000 in R.I. Land Sale. [Newspaper Article.] Anonymous. No Place. P. 21 in Recommendations and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding for Federal Acknowledgement of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, Pursuant to 25 CFR 83.Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 29 July 1982.
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1931d
A.I. Williams Grant Sachem of Federation. [Newspaper Article.] Anonymous. No Place. P. 21 in Recommendations and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding for Federal Acknowledgement of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, Pursuant to 25 CFR 83. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 29 July 1982.
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1931e
Justice for the Red Man¾ South County Sachem Summons Tribes for a Last Stand. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, October 18. Rhode Island.
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1931f
Indian Chief to Seek State Probe of Charge Land Wrongfully Taken. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, December 23. Rhode Island.
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1932?
Dissension Causes Rift in Algonquins. [Newspaper Article.] Anonymous. No Place. P. 21 in Recommendations and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding for Federal Acknowledgement of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, Pursuant to 25 CFR 83. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 29 July 1982.
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1934
Indian Chiefs Guest at Peckham House. [Newspaper Article.] Anonymous. No Place. P. 21 in Recommendations and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding for Federal Acknowledgement of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, Pursuant to 25 CFR 83. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 29 July 1982.
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1934a
The Indian Shore Claim¾ Proceedings of the Recent Hearing at the Shannock Before Speaker Owen. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Telegram, February 20. Rhode Island.
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1934b
Narragansetts Hold Pow-wow¾ Indians' 257th Annual Meeting Conducted on Reservation at Charlestown. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 13. Rhode Island.
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1934c
Indians Hold 257th Annual Gathering¾ Charter Received. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 13. Rhode Island.
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1934d
Narragansett Indians 257th Form Organization. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, December 4. Rhode Island.
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1934e
Narragansett Indians are Given Charter¾ Recognition Meeting Held at Old Stone Church in Charlestown¾ Governor Present. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, December 5. Rhode Island.
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1934f
Narragansetts Hold First Tribal Meeting in 58 Years. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, December 12. Rhode Island.
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1935
Officials Elected at Tribe Meeting. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, January 20. Rhode Island.
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1935a
Tribe Church Bill Passed. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, April 4. Rhode Island.
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1935b
Narragansetts To Meet Next Sunday¾ Tribe Will Have Powwow at Columbia Heights on Saturday. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 4. Rhode Island.
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1935c
Indians Open Pow-wow at Shannock. Westerly Sun, August 11. Rhode Island.
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1935-1936
Narragansett Dawn. [Periodical.] Narragansett Tribal Nation. Oakland, Rhode Island.
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1935-1936
[Narragansett Language Lessons.] June, 1935 through October, 1936. Narragansett Tribal Nation. Oakland, Rhode Island.
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1936
Narragansetts Ask Legislature to Set Aside State Indian Day. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, March 30. Rhode Island.
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1936a
Governor (White Buffalo) Green Signs an Indian Bill. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Evening Bulletin, April 24. Rhode Island.
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1937
Narragansett Indians to Meet Sunday¾ Annual Gathering Will Be held in Charlestown. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 4. Rhode Island.
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1940
Indians Observe Ancient Customs¾ Narragansetts Hold 265th Annual August Meeting Day in Their Old Church. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Evening Bulletin, August 12. Rhode Island.
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1944
Tribal Meeting Held by Indians¾ Narragansetts Stage 268th Session at Reservation in Charlestown Woods. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Evening Bulletin, August 14. Rhode Island.
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1944a
Narragansetts Hold 268th Annual August Meeting Day. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 14. Rhode Island.
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1947
Many at Rites of Indian Tribe. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 11. Rhode Island.
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1950
Indians Have Voted Right Along But Referendum Makes it Official. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, November 20. Rhode Island.
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1956
Narragansett Indians Open Two-Day Tribal Celebration. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 12. Rhode Island.
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1958
Narragansett Indians in Annual 2-Day Session. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 8. Rhode Island.
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1968
Indians Hold Tribal Rites at Charlestown Powwow. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 12. Rhode Island
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1972
Indian Discord Ends Great Swamp Rites. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, September 25. Rhode Island
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1979
Gang Besieges Indian Home in Shannock. [Newspaper Article.] Chariho Times, June. Rhode Island
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1979a
A Day of Good (And Wet) Spirits. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, July 24. Rhode Island.
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1979b
Garrahy Will Push Indian Purchase of Shannock Village. [Newspaper Article.] Providence Daily Journal, August 22. Rhode Island
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1979c
Memorandum to Whom it May Concern October 4 [Re membership and bylaws]
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1979d
Five Tribal Members Picked to Sit on Land Corporation. [Newspaper Article.] Westerly Sun, August 8. Rhode Island
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1979-1980
Wahteauonk. [Newspaper of the Narragansett Indian Tribal Education Project, Inc.] Vol. I:1 September, 1979
______ Wahteauonk. [Newspaper of the Narragansett Indian Tribal Education Project, Inc.] Vol. I:2 January, 1980
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1980
Indian Council Fires Thomas. Chariho Times, June 25. Rhode Island
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1980a
Restraining Order Issued Against One Tribal Faction. [Newspaper Article.] Chariho Times, August 20. P. 21 in Recommendations and Summary of Evidence for Proposed Finding for Federal Acknowledgement of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Rhode Island, Pursuant to 25 CFR 83. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 29 July 1982.
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1980b-Present
See Providence Journal-Bulletin 1980-2002 [Newspaper Articles.]
Nash, Gary B.
1982
Red, White, and Black: The Peoples of Early America. 4th. ed. Englewood, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
Nash, Gary B., and Cynthia Shelton, eds.
1987
The Private Side of American History. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich.
Nassaney, Michael S.
1989
An Epistemological Enquiry into Some Archeological and Historical Interpretations of 17th Century Native American-European Relations. Pp. 76-93 in Archaeological Approaches to Cultural Identity. S. J. Shennan, ed. London: Unwin Hyman.
National Geographic Society
1993
The World of the American Indian. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society.
National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution
1988
Minority Military Service, Connecticut, 1775-1783. National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution.
Neustadt, Kathy
1992
Clambake: A History of Celebration of an American Tradition. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
New Haven (Colony)
1857
Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven, From 1638 to 1649. Charles J. Hoadly, ed. Hartford: Printed by Case, Tiffany.
New York (Colony)
1853-1887
Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York; Procured in Holland, England and France, by John R. Brodhead. 15 vols. Edmund B. O'Callaghan, ed. Albany: Weed, Parsons.
Nichols, Benjamin R.
1882
Index to Cotton's Ms. Vocabulary of the Massachusetts (Indian ) Language. Boston, Mass.: Manuscript of the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Nicholas, George P.
1991
Places and Spaces: Changing Patterns of Wetland Use in Southern New England. Man in the Northeast 42:75-98.
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1991a
Putting Wetlands into Perspective. Man in the Northeast 42:29-38.
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1992
Directions in Wetlands Search. Man in the Northeast 43:1-9.
Nielsen, Donald M.
1985
The Mashpee Indian Revolt of 1833. New England Quarterly 58:400-20.
Niering, W. and R. Warren
1980
Vegetation Patterns and Processes in New England Salt Marshes. Bioscience 30:301-307.
Ninegrett, Thomas
1765
[Letter to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in New England.] (Manuscript in the Massachusetts Historical Society Library, Boston.)
Nipmuc Indian Tribal Nation

2004

[Tribal Reference] Nipmuc Indian Tribal Nation. Worcester, Mass.:s.n.
Nipmuc Indian Association of Connecticut
1995
Nipmuc Place Names of New England. Thompson, Conn: Nipmuc Indian Association of Connecticut. [http://www.nativetech.org/Nipmuc/placenames/index.html]
Nixon, S. W. and C. A. Oviatt
1973
Ecology of a New England Salt Marsh. Ecological Monographs 43:463-498.
Noble, Mildred
1997
Sweetgrass: Lives of Contemporary Native Women of the Northeast. Greenfield Center, New York: Mildred Noble.
Nonesuch Mercy
1903
The Last of the Niantics. Connecticut Magazine 8:2.
O'Brien, Francis J., Jr. [Moondancer], Albert T. Klyberg, and Kalyana S. Champlain
2002
Kukkeesittauchemókan (We Tell Our Story): Bibliography for Studies of Southern New England Algonquian Indians in and Around Rhode Island 16th - 21st Centuries. [Unpublished Manuscript.] Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Indian Council, Inc. and Heritage Harbor Museum.
O'Brien, Frank Waabu [Moondancer]
2003
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2003
Spirits and Family Relations. (ERIC No. 471 405).
O'Brien, Jean M.
1997
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Occum, Samson.
1809
An Account of the Montauk Indians, on Long Island. Collections of the Massachussets Historical Society Ser. I Vol. X:106-10.
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1768
A Short Narrative of My life. [Unpublished Manuscript in archives of Dartmouth College Library, Hanover, New Hampshire.] (Reprinted: Pp. 12-18 in The Elders Wrote, Bernd Peyer, Berlin, Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 1982; Pp. 105-113 in A Short Narrative of My Life. Native American Autobiography: An Anthropology, Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 1994).
O'Connell, Barry. ed.
1992
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Ogilby John
1791
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Orchard, William C.
1975
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Orcutt, Samuel
1882
The Indians of the Housatonic and Naugatuck Valleys. Hartford, Conn.: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company.
Orr, Charles. ed.
1897
History of the Pequot War: The Contemporary Accounts of Mason, Underhill, Vincent and Gardiner. The Helman-Taylor Company.
Ottery, Will, and Rudi Ottery
1989
A Man Called Sampson : The Ancestry and Progeny of Sampson, A Mashantucket Pequot Indian, Born in What is Now New London County, Connecticut, Including Brief Descriptions of Family Connections to Other Historic Native American Family Groups, the Ancient Pequot Tribe, the Pequot War, the Brothertown Tribe Of New York, and The Brothertown Tribe Of Wisconsin. Camden, Maine: Penobscot Press.
Oxendine, Joseph B.
1988
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Pagoulatos, Peter
1990
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Paine, George T.
1896
A Denial of The Charges of Forgery in Connection with the Sachems' Deed to Roger Williams. (A Paper Read Before the Rhode Island Historical Society, November 17, 1896).
Pares, Richard
1956
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Park, Joseph
1757
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Parsons, Usher, coll.
1861
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Patterson, William and K. Sassaman
1988
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Peale, Arthur L.
1930
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1939
Uncas and the Mohegan-Pequot. Boston: Meadow Publishing Company.
Pearlstone, Zena
1995
Native American Images in Advertising. American Indian Art Magazine 20:36-43.
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1997
Reinventing the Indian: Stereotypes of Native Americans in Advertising. Biblio 2:40-45.
Pegram, Jeffrey L.
1994
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Peiffer, John E.
1996
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Peiffer, John E. and Donald Malcarne
1989
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Peirce, Ebenezer W.
1878
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Peirce, Isaac
1832
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Peña, Elizabeth Shapiro
1990
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Pentland, David H.
1992
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Perry, Dennis R.
1986
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Peters, Russell M.
1987
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1992
Clambake, A Wampanoag Tradition. New York: Lehrer Publications.
Peterson, Harold I.
1965
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Peyer, Bernd C.
1982
Samson Occum: Mohegan Missionary and Writer of the 18th Century. American Indian Quarterly 6(3/4):208-17.
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1997
Samson Occom and the Vision of a New England Christian Indian Polity. Pp. 54-116 in The Tutor'd Mind: Indian Missionary-Writers in Antebellum America. Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press.
Philbrick, Nathaniel.
1998
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Philips, David E. Uncas.
1992
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Phyfe, R. Easton
1908
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Pickering, John, ed.
1823
Doctor Edwards' Observations on the Mohegan Languages. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Series 2 Volume 10 :81-160.
Pike, Judith Johnstone
1953
A Study of Place Names in Middletown, Connecticut. Hartford, Connecticut. (Unpublished M. A. Thesis)
Pilling, James C.
1891
Bibliography of the Algonquian Languages. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 13. Washington, D.C.
Plane, Ann Marie
1990
Childbirth Practices among Native American Women of New England and Canada, 1600-1800. Pp. 13-24 in Medicine and Healing. Peter Benes , ed. Annual Proceedings of the Dublin Seminar for New England Folklore. Boston, Mass.
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1991
New England's Logboats: Four Centuries of Watercraft. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 52(1):8-17
Polhemus, A. V.
1992
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Poon, Chris
1997
Princess Red Wing. Providence Journal, March 3, 1998:D-1.
Porter, Frank W. III
1988-1992
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Potter, Elisha R.
1835
The Early History of Narragansett. Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society 3. Providence.
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1835
The Early History of Narragansett: With An Appendix of Original Documents, Many of Which are Now for the First Time Published. 2ed. 1886. Providence: Marshall, Brown and Company.
Pratson, Frederick
1970
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Pratt, Phineas
1622
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Prendergast, William J.
1946
Historical New London: Nameaug--the Fishing Place. Connecticut Circle 9, Jan.:6, 23, 29, 40.
Pretola, John and Elizabeth A. Little
1988
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Prince, J. Dyneley
1907
Last Living Echoes of the Natick. American Anthropologist n.s. 9(3):493-498.
Prince, J. Dyneley
1936
Tribute by Columbia Professor to Memory of Fidelia Fielding at Norwich, Connecticut. The Narragansett Dawn 2:54-5.
Prince, J. Dyneley and Frank G. Speck
1903
The Modern Pequots and their Language. American Anthropologist n.s. 5(2):193-212.
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1903a
Dying American Speech-Echoes from Connecticut. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 42(172):346-352. Philadelphia.
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1904
Glossary of the Mohegan-Pequot Language. American Anthropologist n.s. 6(1):18-45.
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