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Congratulations to Faith Damon Davison
Congratulations to Faith Damon Davison

The editors of the Yale Indian Papers Project wish to congratulate our friend, colleague, and adviso

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Mapping the Landscape of Native New England
Mapping the Landscape of Native New England

One of the more perplexing geographic features of southern New England is Dighton Rock, a 40-ton, 11

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Transnational Futures of Indigenous Studies
Transnational Futures of Indigenous Studies

Editors of the Yale Indian Papers Project recently returned from a successful trip to England wher

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Pardon Our Absence
Pardon Our Absence

Those of you who are kind enough to read our posts on a regular basis may have noticed two things. 

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“We did not land on Plymouth Rock.  Plymouth Rock landed on us.”
“We did not land on Plymouth Rock. Plymouth Rock landed on us.”

Frank James, whose Wampanoag name is Wamsutta, organized the United American Indians of New England

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