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The Pequots in southern New England : the fall and rise of an American Indian Nation / edited by Laurence M. Hauptman and James D. Wherry ; foreword by William T. Hagan.

By: Hauptman, Laurence M
Contributor(s): Wherry, James D | Hagan, William Thomas
Language: English Publisher: Norman, Okla., London : University of Oklahoma Press, 1990.Description: xx, 268p. : ill., maps, photos., tables ; 22cm.ISBN: 0806122862
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Bibl.: p. 251-257. - Contents: 1. Introduction. New England Indians: then and now / Alvin M. Josephy. 2. Southern New England prehistory and early Pequot history. A capsule prehistory of southern New England / Dena F Dincauze; The Pequots in the early seventeenth century / William A. Starna; Native Wampum as a peripheral resource in the seventeenth-century world-system / Lynn Ceci. 3. Pequot survival. The Pequot war and its legacies / Laurence M. Hauptman; Indians and colonists in southern New England after the Pequot war: an uneasy balance / Neal Salisbury; The historical archaeology of the Mashantucket Pequots, 1637- 1900: a preliminary analysis / Kevin A. MacBride; The emergence of the Mashantucket Pequot tribe, 1637-1975 / Jack Campisi; The mystic voice: Pequot folklore from the seventeenth century to the present / William S. Simmons. 4. Contemporary federal and state policies and southern New England Indians. The New England tribes and their quest for justice / Jack Campisi; Connecticut's Indian policy: from testy arrogance to benign bemusement / Robert L. Bee.

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