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Title: Mohican Seminar III: The Journey An Algonquian Peoples Seminar. 
Link to PDF: http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/staffpubs/docs/20361.pdf
Series: Bulletin No. 511
Authors: Dunn, S. W.
Publish Year: 2009  NYSM ID: B.511 
Category: Anthropological
Disiplines: General Anthropology
Historical Archaeology
Price: $29.95  
SKU:   ISBN: 1555572405 
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Keywords: estuary, Hudson, Kinderhook, deed, seventeenth-century, Sachems, clothing, uses of plants, native, James Fenimore Cooper, Fort Kitchawanc, Stockbridge, John Van Gelder, Mohican, Algonquian, American, eagles 
Description: In Mohican Seminar 3 the assembled authors have presented little-known or previously unrecognized information from a wide selection of resources. Chapters in this volume span many eras and are arranged by connections between subjects. Topics discussed include the Hudson estuary, settlements along the Kinderhook, land deed analysis, seventeenth-century Sachems, Fort Kitchawanc, indian ownership in and around the Catskills, indian clothing, uses of plants, James Fenimore Cooper, John Van Gelder, Stockbridge indians and the divinity of eagles. These annual seminars provide an impetus for research into Algonquian experiences past and modern, and provide the reader with an informative and stimulating narrative about Northeast Algonquian culture. 
Content:
  • Lake, Tom R. 2009. The ancestral lure of the Hudson Estuary.
  • Rugenstein, Ernest R. 2009. Evidence for settlements along the Kinderhook.
  • Ives, Timothy H. 2009. Expressions of community: reconstructing Native identity in Seventeenth-century Central Connecticut through land deed analysis.
  • Smith, J. Michael. 2009. The Seventeenth-century Sachems of the Wapping Country: corporate identity and interaction in the Hudson Valley.
  • Horecky, Scott P. 2009. Fort Kitchawanc Archaeological Preserve at Croton Point.
  • Dunn, Shirley W. 2009. Indian ownership in and around the Catskills.
  • Lee, Jennifer. 2009. Historic Indian Clothing.
  • Keegan, Barry. 2009. Algonquian and Iroquois uses of plants and other materials to make fire.
  • MacDougall, Hugh C. 2009. James Fenimore Cooper and the Mohicans.
  • Winchell, Debra. 2009. The impact of John Van Gelder: Mohican, husbandman, and historical figure.
  • Niemi, Richard. 2009. The interconnected lives of Stockbridge Indians Mary (Peters) Doxtater and Peter Pohquonnoppeet.
  • Lake, Tom R. 2009. The divinity of eagles.
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