Author Archive for Paul Grant-Costa

Thanks and Fare Well

As we begin a new semester and bid farewell to the summer, the editors would like to thank our Editorial Assistant, Zoe Waldman, for her research and transcription skills over the past few months and send her good wishes for…

Welcome back

It’s been a pretty busy summer.  With the kind assistance of the Divinity School Library, we’ve been making good progress in getting the Project’s new website and database ready for publication and, along the way, have given several presentations.  Now,…

Meet (More of) Our Editorial Assistants

Justin Brooks is a doctoral student in History at Yale University, specializing in the early modern British Empire. He holds a bachelor’s degree in History with highest honors from Holy Cross; a graduate degree in Australian Indigenous Studies from Melbourne…

Meet Our Editorial Assistants

The editors would like to recognize the several students presently assisting them on the Indian Papers Project.   Anya Montiel and Ryan Hall are two of the editorial assistants who are working with materials from the Massachusetts Archives and 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…

Pardon Our Absence

Those of you who are kind enough to read our posts on a regular basis may have noticed two things.  First, our noticeable absence for the past few weeks, and, second, the appearance of a variety of renditions of our…