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Captured Stories

1614 was a critical year for the Wampanoag.  This was when Captain Thomas Hunt, an English explorer and trader, seized at least twenty of their countrymen from Patuxet to sell into Spanish slavery.  One of those taken was Tisquantum or…

Benedict Arnold’s Heroic Leg

Here’s an odd ritual that you might like to attend, or at least know about.  This Saturday, September 20, 2014 at  1:00 pm, the “coffined heroic leg of Benedict Arnold” will be presented to Norwich officials for internment at the…

Understanding the Niantic People

The Nehantic: Who were they, where did they go, and where are they today? A Talk by John Pfeiffer, Ph.D. Thursday, April 10, 2014, 7:30 PM Yale Native American Cultural Center 26 High Street, New Haven, CT As Europeans moved…

Transnational Futures of Indigenous Studies

Editors of the Yale Indian Papers Project recently returned from a successful trip to England where they continued work at the National Archives (TNA) of the United Kingdom, presented a paper at a conference at the University of Oxford, renewed relationships with…

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