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Ubelaker, Douglas H.
Approaches to Demographic Problems in the Northeast. Pp. 175-194 in The Archaeology of New England. New York: Academic Press.
Underhill, John
Nevvs from America; or, A New and Experimentall Discoverie of New England; Containing, A True Relation of Their Warlike Proceedings These Two Years Last Past, with a Figure of the Indian Fort, or Palizado. Also a Discovery of These Places, That as Yet Have Very Few or No Inhabitants Which Would Yeeld Speciall Accommodation to Such as Will Plant There, Queenapoick. Agu-wom. Hudsons River. Long Island. Nahanticut. Martins Vineyard. Pequet. Naransett Bay. Elizabeth Islands. Puscataway. Casko With About a Hundred Islands Neere to Casko. by Captaine John Underhill, a Commander in the Warres There. London: Printed by J.D. for Peter Cole. (Reprinted: Da Capo Press, New York, 1971.)
Nevves from America. [Brooklyn, New York]: Underhill Society of America.
United States Department of Commerce
Federal and State Indian Reservations and Indian Trust Areas. Washington, D.C: United States Government Printing Office.
United States Department of Commerce. United States Census Bureau
...Indian Population in the United States and Alaska, 1930. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.
14th Census of United States Taken in the Year 1920. Volume 3. Population. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.
The Indian Population of the United States and Alaska, 1930. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.
1990 Census of Population and Housing, Narragansett Indian Tribe. Providence, Rhode Island: Rhode Island State Data Center.
Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000 (Rhode Island). Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office
United States.
National Archives and Records Administration
Indian Reserve Files: 1840 List of Brothertown Indians in Wisconsin and Correspondence File. Record Group 049: Land Management.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs
Stockbridge and Munsee Indians Testimony Taken Before the Subcommitee (Composed of Senator Jones of Arkansas, Stockbridge, and Pettigrew) Having Under Consideration the Bills (S.2873) for the Relief of the Stockbridge and Munsee Tribe of Indians in the State of Wisconsin and (S.2977) for the Relief of the Stockbridge Tribe of Indians in the State of Wisconsin. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.
United States
Indian Affairs
Native American Treaties and Information. []
United States Congress
Rhode Island Indian Claims Settlement Act, 25 United States Code, Chapter 19. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.
United States Congress. House Committee on Resources
Narragansett Indian Tribe: Oversight Hearing Before the Committee on Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fifth Congress, First Session..., Ser. no. 105-25. May 1, 1997. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office.
United States Congress. House Committee on Resources
Narragansett Justice Act: Report (to Accompany H.R. 1983) (Including Cost Estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). Washington, D.C: United States Government Printing Office.
United States. Office of Indian Affairs
[...] Social Plays, Games, Marches, Old Folk Dances []. Washington, D.C.
United States Office of Indian Affairs, Bulletins 1 through 21, 1921-1923. (Archived at Rhode Island Office of Secretary of State, Rhode State Island Archives.)
United States Department of the Interior. Bureau of Indian Affairs
Recommendation 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.
Final Determination That The Mohegan Indian Tribe Of Connecticut, Inc., Does Exist As An Indian Tribe. Federal Register, Vol. 59, Issue 50.
Eighteenth-Century American Newspapers in the Library of Congress: RHODE ISLAND. [Newspaper Articles.]
University of California
The Game of Staves. American Indian Series. University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning.
University of Rhode Notre Dame
Wampum: Introduction. Notre Dame, Indiana Department of Special Collections. Hesburgh Library. University of Notre Dame. []
University of Rhode Island.
Special Collections Library
[Library Archives]. Kingston, Rhode Island: University of Rhode Island. []
Updike, Daniel Berkeley
Richard Smith: First English Settler of the Narragansett Country, Rhode Island, with a Series of Letters Written by his Son, Richard Smith, Jr., to Members of the Winthrop Family and Notes on Cocumscussuc, Smith's Estate in Narragansett by Daniel Berkeley Updike; with illus. from Drawings by Edmund Hort New. Boston: Merrymount Press.
Utley, Robert M., and
Wilcomb E. Washburn
Indian Wars. Boston, Mass.: Houghton-Mifflin Company.
Vastokas, Joan M, and Roman K. Vastokas
Sacred Art of the Algonkians, A Study of the Peterborough Petroglyphs. Peterborough, Ontario: Mansard Press.
Vaughan, Alden T.
New England Frontier: Puritans and Indians 1620-1675. rev. ed. New York: W. W. Norton and Company.
Vaughan, Alden T. and Edward W. Clark, eds.
Puritans Among the Indians, Accounts of Captivity and Redemption, 1676-1724. Cambridge, Mass: Belknap Press.
Verrazano, Giovanni da
Voyages. Pp. 1-24 in Sailor's Narratives Along the New England Coast 1524-1624. George Parker Winship, ed. New York: B. Franklin.
Vennum, Thomas
American Indian Lacrosse: Little Brother of War. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Verrill, Alpheus H.
Our Indians. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons.
The American Indian; North, South, and Central America. The New-Home Library.
The Real Americans. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons.
Vickers, Daniel
The First Whalemen of Nantucket. William and Mary Quarterly 40.
Nantucket Whalemen in the Deep-Sea Fishery: The Changing Anatony of an Early American Labor Force. Journal of American History, September.
The Indian Whalemen of Nantucket (Paper presented at Millersville State College, Millersville, Pa., April 1981.)
Vincent, Philip
A True Relation of the Late Battell Fought in New-England, Between the English, and the Salvages, (London: Nathanael Butter and John Bellamie. (Reprinted Norwood, N.J., Walter J. Johnson, Inc., 1974).
History of the Pequot War. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society Ser. 3 Volume 6:29-43.
Voegelin, C. F.,
and E. W. Voegelin
Languages of the World: Native America Fascicle One. Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 6:1-149.
Languages of the World: Native America Fascicle Two. Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 7:1-150.
Voight, Virginia Frances.
Mohegan Chief: the Story of Harold Tantaquidgeon. Mohegan Press, 1983, 1965.
Von Lonkhuyze, Harold W.
A Reappraisal of the Praying Indians: Acculturation, Conversion and Identity at Natick, Massachusetts. New England Quarterly 62:396-428.
Waddell, J.O., and O.M. Watson, eds.
The American Indian in Urban Society.Boston: Little, Brown, and Company.
Wallace, Immanuel
Political Organization and Land Tenure Among the Northeastern Indians, 1600-1830. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 13:301-321.
Walker, Raymond J.
Indian Names in Connecticut. Connecticut Circle 17, Mar.:12-15.
Waller, Joseph N., Jr.
Late Woodland Settlement and Subsistence Along the Point Judith Pond of Southern New England. Storrs, Conn.: University of Connecticut. (Unpublished Masters Thesis.)
Wampanoag Tribal Nation. Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah)
[Internet Website.] Aquinnah, Mass.: Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah). []
Wampanoag Tribal Nation. The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe [Internet Website.] Mashpee, Mass.: The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe []
Wampanoag Tribal Nation. Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe
[Internet Website.]. Mass.: Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe, Wampanoag Nation. []
Ward, Edward
A Trip to New England: With a Character of the Country and People, Both English and Indians. London (Reprinted: London, In Writings of the Author of The London Spy, London, 1706; In Five Travel Scripts Commonly Attributed to Edward Ward, The Facsimile Text Society, Columbia University Press; Boston, 1938; New York, Burt Franklin, 1905).
Warner, Frederick William
Some Aspects of Connecticut Indian Culture History. Hartford, Conn. Hartford Seminary Foundation. Yale University. (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation.)
Warner, Robert Austin
The Southern New England Indians to 1725: A Study in Culture Contact. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Warren, James
Total War Comes to the New World. MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History 11:28-39.
Washburn, Wilcomb E.
[Review of] Flintlock and Tomahawk: New England in King Philip's War, by Douglas E. Leach. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 82(4):473-474.
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The Indian and the White Man. Garden City, New York: Anchor-Doubleday.
Seventeenth-Century Indian Wars. Pp. 89-100 In Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 15 (Northeast). Bruce G. Trigger, Vol. ed. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Wassenaer, Nicolaes van
From the "Historisch Verhael," 1624-1630. Pp. 61-96 in Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664. J. Franklin Jameson, ed. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. (Reprinted: Barnes and Noble, New York,1967.)
Waters, Joseph H.
Animal Remains from Some New England Woodland Sites. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 33:4-11. New Haven.
Waters, Kate
Tapenum's Day: A Wampanoag Indian Boy in Pilgrim Times. New York: Scholastic.
Waters, Thomas Franklin
Ipswitch in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Ipswitch, Mass.: The . Ipswitch Historical Society.
Watson, Patty Jo and Mary C. Kennedy
The Development of Horticulture in the Eastern Woodlands of North America: Women's Role. Pp. 255-275 in Engendering Archaeology. Joan M. Gero and Margaret W. Conkey, eds. London: Basil Blackwell.
Watson, W.L.
Rhode Island Indian Corn Meal. Providence: Charles G. Cowan Assoc.
Wayne, Bennett
Indian Patriots of the Eastern Woodlands. Scarsdale, New York: Garrard.
Weedon, William
Economic and Social History of New England. 2 vols. Cambridge: The Riverside Press.
Weeks, Alvin Gardner
Massasoit of the Wampanoags; with a Brief Commentary on Indian Character; and Sketches of Other Great Chiefs, Tribes and Nations; Also a Chapter on Samoset, Squanto and Hobamock, Three Early Native Friends of the Plymouth Colonists. Fall River, Mass.: The Plimpton Press.
Indian Money as a Factor in New England Civilization. Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Weinstein, Laurie Lee
Indian vs. Colonist: Land Competition in 17th Century Plymouth Colony. Dallas, Texas: University of Southern Methodist University (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Samson Occom: a Charismatic Eighteenth-Century Mohegan Leader. Enduring Traditions : the Native Peoples of New England. Westport, Conn: Bergin & Garvey.
Weinstein-Farson, Laurie
The Wampanoag (Indians of North America Series). Frank W. Porter, III, ed. New York and Philadelphia: Chelsea House.
Weinstein-Farson, Laurie, ed.
Enduring Traditions: The Native Peoples of New England. Westport, Conn.: Bergin & Garvey.
Weis, Frederick L.
The New England Company of 1649 and its Missionary Enterprises. Pp. 134-218 in Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts 38. Boston.
Weise, Arthur James.
History of the City of Troy from the Expulsion of the Mohegan Indians to the Present Centennial Year of the Independence of the United States of America. Troy, New York: W.H. Young.
Weld, Thomas, and Peter Hugh
New England's First Fruits: In Respect to the Progress of Learning in the College at Cambridge in Massachsuetts-bay... In Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, ser. I., Vol.1, 1792, 242-248.
Welles, Edwin Stanley
Some Notes on Wampum. (Paper Read Before the Connecticut Historical Society, February 5, 1924). Newington, Conn.
Welters, Linda
From Moccasins to Frock Coats and Back Again: Ethnic Identity and Native American Dress. In Dress in American Culture. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press.
West, George A.
Tobacco, Pipes and Smoking Customs of the American Indians. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. (Reprinted, 1970).
Westervelt, Frances A.
Final Century of the Wampum Industry in Bergen County. Hackensack, New Jersey?: Bergen County Historical Society
Westez, Carlos A. H. (Chief Red Thunder Cloud)
A Study of the Long Island Indian Problem. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 5(2):17-19. Attleboro.
An Ethnological Introduction to the Long Island Indians. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 6(3):39-42. Attleboro.
The Oak Scrub Brush Among the Montauk and Shinnecock. [Mimeograph].
Indians of Connecticut [Videorecording.] Springfield, Mass.: Native American Television Project.
Indians of Southern New England. [Videorecording.] Springfield, Mass.: Native American Television Project.
Whaley, Carder H
The Old Post Road. s.l.:s.n. [Unpublished Manuscript, University of Rhode Island].
Wheeler, Ira B. et al.
An Inquisition On the View of the Body of William Apes, Whereby it is Found that he Came to his Death by Apoplexy. New York:s.n.
Wheeler, Richard Anson
The Pequot Indians: An Historical Sketch. s.l.: s.n., 187?
Pequot Indians. In History of the Town of Stonington New London, Connecticut from its First Settlement in 1649 to 1900. New London, Conn: Press of the Day Publishing.
Wheelock, Eleazar
A Plain and Faithful Narrative of the Original Design, Rise, Progress, and Present State of the Indian Charity-School at Lebanon in Connecticut. Boston: Richard and Samuel Draper.
A Continuation of the Narrative of the Indian Charity School, Begun in Lebanon, in Connecticut; Now Incorporated with Dartmouth-College, in Hanover, in The Province Of New-Hampshire. Hartford, Conn.: E. Watson.
Whipple, Chandler
The Indian and the White Man in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.Stockbridge, Mass., Berkshire Traveller Press.
First Encounter: The Indian and the White Man in New England. Stockbridge: Berkshire Traveller Press.
Whitfield, Henry, ed.
The Light Appearing More and More Towards the Perfect Day; or, A Farther Discovery of the Present State of the Indians in New-England, Concerning the Progresse of the Gospel Amongst Them. Manifested by Letters from Such as Preacht to Them There. London: Printed by T. R. & E. M. for John Bartlet. (Reprinted: Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, ser. 3., Vol. IV, Boston, 1834.)
Strength out of Weakness; Or a Glorious Maifestatuion of the Further Progresse of the Gospel among the Indians in New England. (Reprinted: Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society 35(4):149-196.)
Whorf, Benjamin Lee
Language, Thought, and Reality: Selected Writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf. J.B. Carroll, ed. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
Wick, Steve
Long Island: Our Story: Gods Of The Indians: Old Dutch Writings Relate Some Of What Original Long Islanders Believed Of Life And The Afterlife. [Magazine Article.] Newsday Oct. 16, 1997:A19.
Legacy: Paul Cuffe's Grave. [Magazine Article.] Newsday Oct. 16, 1997: A19.
Long Island: Our Story: A Time To Live, A Time To Die: From Birth To Death, The Indians Of Long Island Marked The Passing Stages Of Life. [Magazine Article.]Newsday Oct. 17, 1997:A20.
Fast Forward: The Pequots Comeback Pays Off Big [Magazine Article.] Newsday Nov. 11:A12.
Long Island: Our Story: Chapter 3: the Colonists: An English Builder Fights Indians at a Connecticut Fort, then Turns his Eyes to Long Island. [Magazine Article.] Newsday Nov. 11, 1997:A12.
Legacy: Almost In The Ivy League. [Magazine Article.] Newsday Dec. 1, 1997:A17.
Long Island: Our Story: Preaching to the Indians: Christian Missionary set out to Convert Algonquians in the 1600s and 1700s. [Magazine Article.] Newsday, Dec. 1:A17.
Legacy: Almost in the Ivy League. [Magazine Article.] Newsday, Dec. 1:A17.
Wilbur, C. Keith
The New England Indians. rev. ed. 1996. Old Sayerbrook, Conn.: The Globe Pequot Press.
Indian Handcrafts: How to Craft Dozens of Practical Objects Using Traditional Indian Techniques. Chester, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.
The Woodland Indians: An Illustrated Account of the Lifestyles of America's First Inhabitants. Old Sayerbrook, Conn.: The Globe Pequot Press.
Wilcox, Vincent
The Manufacture and use of Wampum in the Northeast. The Second Coastal Archaeology Reader: 1900 to the Present. Readings in Long Island Archaeology and Ethnohistory Vol. V. Lexington, Mass.: Suffolk County Archaeological Association.
Williams, Lorraine E.
Fort Shantok and Fort Corchaug: A Comparative Study of 17th Century Culture Contact in the Long Island Sound Area. New York University. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.)
Williams, Lorraine E.; McBride Kevin Allen and Robert Steven Grumet.
Fort Shantok National Historic Landmark. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 60:29-42.
Williams, Roger
A Key into the Language of America:, or, an Help to the Language of the Natives in that Part of America called New-England. Together, with Briefe Observations of the Customes, Manners and Worships, etc. of the Aforesaid Natives, in Peace and Warre, in Life and Death. On all which are added Spirituall Observations, General and Particular by the Author of chiefe and Special Use (Upon All Occasions) to All the English Inhabiting Those Parts; Yet Pleasant and Profitable to the View of all Men. London: Gregory Dexter.
A Key into the Language of America [1643]. J. Hammond Trumbull, ed. Publications of the Narragansett Club 1(2):1-219. Providence.
The Letters of Roger Williams, 1632-1682. John R. Bartlett, ed. Publications of the Narragansett Club 6. Providence.
Some Letters Written by Roger Williams: Believed to Have Been Hitherto Unpublished. Rhode Island Historical Tracts 14:23-62. Providence.
Ten Letters of Roger Williams, 1654-1678. Publications of the Rhode Island Historical Society 8(3):141-161. Providence.
A Key into the Language of America [1643]. 5th ed. Providence: The Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Tercentary Commission. (Reprinted: Wayne State University, Detroit, 1973.)
An Answer to a Scandolous Paper Which came to My Hand from the Massachusetts Clamoring Against the Purchase and Slandering the Purchasers of Qunnunnagut Illand, and Subscribed by John Easton [1658]. Providence, Rhode Island: The Roger Williams Press.
The Complete Writings of Roger Williams. 7 vols. New York: Russell and Russell.
Copy of a Letter of Roger Williams Telling of the Burning of Providence and His Conference with the Indians During King Philip's War in 1676. Publications of the Rhode Island Historical Society 50. Providence.
An Affidavit by Roger Williams in His Handwriting Defending His Relations With the Narragansetts, Particularly in the Acquisition of Land; Transcribed From the 17th Century English, With An Introduction by Philip B. Simonds, and Further Notes by Nathaniel Shipton. Providence, Rhode Island: Council of The Society of Colonial Wars in The State of Rhode Island.
Willimson, William D.
Indian Tribes in New England. Massachusetts Historical Society Collections ser. 3, vol. 9:92-100.
Willoughby, Charles C.
Houses and Gardens of the New England Indians. American Anthropologist 8:115-32.
Antiquities of the New England Indians with Notes on the Ancient Cultures of the Adjacent Territory. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University, Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology.
Wilson, John
The Day Breaking, If Not the Sun Rising, of the Gospel with the Indians in New England. (Reprinted: Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society 3d ser., Vol. IV.)
Windsor, Justin, ed.
Narrative and Critical History of North America. 8 vols. Cambridge: The Riverside Press.
The New-England Indians: A Bibliographical Survey, 1630-1700. Cambridge: John Wilson & Son.
Winship, George Parter
Sailor's Narrative of Voyages Along the New England Coast. Boston.
Winslow, Edward
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Good News from New England. London.
The glorious progress of the gospel, amongst the Indians in New England [microform]: manifested by three letters, under the hand of that famous instrument of the Lord Mr. John Eliot, and another from Mr. Thomas Mayhew jun: both preachers of the word, as well to the English as Indians in New England. Wherein the riches of Gods grace in the effectuall calling of many of them is cleared up: as also a manifestation of the hungring desires of many people in sundry parts of that country, after the more full revelation of the gospel of Jesus Christ, to the exceeding consolation of every Christian reader. Together, with an appendix to the foregoing letters, holding forth conjectures, observations, and applications. London : Printed for Hannah Allen.
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Winslow, Ola Elizabeth
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Winsor, Justin, ed.
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Winthrop, John
A Declaration of Former Passages and Proceedings Betwixt the English and the Narrowgansets, With Their Confederates: Wherein the Grounds and Iustice of the Ensuing Ware are Opened and Cleared. Published, By Order of The Commissioners for The United Colonies. At Boston, The 11 of the Sixth Month 1645. Cambridge, Mass.: Stephen Day.
The History of New England from 1630-1649. James Savage, ed. 2 vols. Boston: Phelps and Farnham; Thomas B. Wait and Son.
The History of New England. James K. Hosmer, ed. 2 vols. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
Winthrop, John Jr.
The Description, Culture and Use of Maize. London: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 14:1065-1071.
Winthrop, Wait Still
Some Meditations Concerning Our Honourable Gentlemen and Fellow-Souldiers: in Pursuit of Those Barbarous Natives in The Narragansit-Country; and Their Service There: Committed into Plain Verse For The Benefit of Those That Read it. By an Unfeigned Friend. New London, Conn. (Re-printed: N. London, Timothy Green, April 4, 1721.)
Wisconsin Historical Society
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Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. 21 vols. Lyman C. Draper and Reuben Thwaites, eds. Madison: The Society.
Witthoft, John
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Wojciechowski, Franz L.
The Paugussett Tribes: An Ethnohistorical Study of the Tribal Interrelationships of the Indians in the Lower Houstonic River Area. Nkijmegen, The Netherlands: Catholic University of Nijmegen.
The Search for an Elusive 1765 Narragansett Language Manuscript
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Wolff, Hans
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Wolley, Charles
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Wood, George A.
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Wood, William
New Englands Prospect. A True, Lively, And Experimentall Description of That Part of America, Commonly Called New England: Discovering the State of That Countrie, Both as it Stands to Our New-Come English Planters; And to the Old Native Inhabitants. Laying Down That Which May Both Enrich the Knowledge of The Mind-Travelling Reader, or Benefit the Future Voyager. London: Tho. Cotes.
Wood, William
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Woodward, Ashbel
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Woodward, Carl Raymond
Plantation in Yankeeland; the story of Cocumscussoc, mirror of colonial Rhode Island. Chester, Conn.: Pequot Press.
Wright, Louis B.
The Atlantic Frontier: Colonial American Civilization 1607-1763. New York: Alfred Knopf.
Wright, Harry Andrew
Indian Deeds of Hampden County, Being Copies of all Land Transfers from the Indians Recorded in the County of Hampden, Massachusetts: and Some Deeds from other Sources, Together with Notes and Translations of Indian Place Names. Springfield, Mass.: s.n.
Some Vagaries in Connecticut Valley Indian Place Names. New England Quarterly September:535-544.
Wright, Marion, and Robert Sullivan
Rhode Island Atlas. Providence, Rhode Island: The Rhode Island Publications Society.
Writers Program, Massachusetts
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Wroth, Lawrence C., ed.
The Voyages of Giovanni da Verrazzano, 1524-1528. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Wyss, Hilary E.
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Young, Alexander
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Chronicles of the First Planters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay 1623-1636. Boston. (Reprinted: New York, DaCapo Press, 1970.)
Young, William R.
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Zimmerman, Larry J., and Brian Leigh Molyneaux
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Ziner, Feenie
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Zinn, Howard
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