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Mohican seminar 3 : the journey, an Algonquian Peoples seminar

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Alternative: Algonquian Peoples seminar

Alternative: Journey, an Algonquian Peoples seminar

Alternative: Mohican seminar three

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Series: New York State Museum bulletin, 511

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Albany, N.Y. :University of the State of New York, State Education Dept. :2009.

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Algonquian Indians , Congresses , History , Mahican Indians

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Title

Mohican seminar 3 : the journey, an Algonquian Peoples seminar

Title Variants:

Alternative: Algonquian Peoples seminar

Alternative: Journey, an Algonquian Peoples seminar

Alternative: Mohican seminar three

Related Titles

Series: New York State Museum bulletin, 511

By

Mohican Seminar New York State Museum) 2003-2004

Dunn, Shirley W. (Shirley Wiltse), 1928-
New York State Museum.
Mohican Seminar.

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Book

Material

Published material

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Albany, N.Y. :University of the State of New York, State Education Dept. :2009.

Notes:

Contents: Tom R. Lake -- | Ernest R. Rugenstein -- | Timothy H. Ives -- | J. Michael Smith -- | Scott P. Horecky -- | Shirley W. Dunn -- | Jennifer Lee -- | Barry Keegan -- | Hugh C. MacDougall -- | Debra Winchell -- | Richard Niemi -- | Tom R. Lake. | The ancestral lure of the Hudson Estuary / | Evidence for settlements along the Kinderhook / | Expressions of community: reconstructing Native identity in Seventeenth-century Central Connecticut through land deed analysis / | The Seventeenth-century Sachems of the Wapping Country: corporate identity and interaction in the Hudson Valley / | Fort Kitchawanc Archaeological Preserve at Croton Point / | Indian ownership in and around the Catskills / | Historic Indian clothing / | Algonquian and Iroquois uses of plants and other materials to make fire / | James Fenimore Cooper and the Mohicans / | The impact of John Van Gelder: Mohican, husbandman, and historical figure / | The interconnected lives of Stockbridge Indians Mary (Peters) Doxtater and Peter Pohquonnoppeet / | The divinity of eagles /

"This, the third volume of papers from the ongoing Algonquian Indian Seminars sponsored by the native American Institute (of the Hudson River Valley) and the New York State Museum, contains twelve papers from the seminars of 2003 and 2004." -- P.xi.

Subjects

Algonquian Indians , Congresses , History , Mahican Indians

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E99.A35 M62 2003

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English

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ISBN: 1555572405
ISBN: 9781555572402
LCCN: 2008943114
OCLC: 454439593

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title = {Mohican seminar 3 : the journey, an Algonquian Peoples seminar },
volume = {no.511 (2009)},
copyright = {In Copyright. Digitized with the permission of the rights holder},
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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/159891 --- Tom R. Lake -- | Ernest R. Rugenstein -- | Timothy H. Ives -- | J. Michael Smith -- | Scott P. Horecky -- | Shirley W. Dunn -- | Jennifer Lee -- | Barry Keegan -- | Hugh C. MacDougall -- | Debra Winchell -- | Richard Niemi -- | Tom R. Lake. | The ancestral lure of the Hudson Estuary / | Evidence for settlements along the Kinderhook / | Expressions of community: reconstructing Native identity in Seventeenth-century Central Connecticut through land deed analysis / | The Seventeenth-century Sachems of the Wapping Country: corporate identity and interaction in the Hudson Valley / | Fort Kitchawanc Archaeological Preserve at Croton Point / | Indian ownership in and around the Catskills / | Historic Indian clothing / | Algonquian and Iroquois uses of plants and other materials to make fire / | James Fenimore Cooper and the Mohicans / | The impact of John Van Gelder: Mohican, husbandman, and historical figure / | The interconnected lives of Stockbridge Indians Mary (Peters) Doxtater and Peter Pohquonnoppeet / | The divinity of eagles / --- "This, the third volume of papers from the ongoing Algonquian Indian Seminars sponsored by the native American Institute (of the Hudson River Valley) and the New York State Museum, contains twelve papers from the seminars of 2003 and 2004." -- P.xi.},
publisher = {Albany, N.Y. :University of the State of New York, State Education Dept. :},
author = {Mohican Seminar New York State Museum) and Dunn, Shirley W. (Shirley Wiltse), and New York State Museum. and Mohican Seminar.},
year = {2009},
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TI - Mohican seminar 3 : the journey, an Algonquian Peoples seminar
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