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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
What looks like a grave: Native and anarchist place-making in New England2020 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 32 (1-2): 75-110
  • Theresa Warburton
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238
Sameness and difference in ethnohistory2020 Ethnohistory 67 (4): 537-49
  • Nancy Shoemaker
Shamans, sachems, or selfies: the carved hands of southeastern New England2019 American Indian rock art 45: 173-92
  • Peter Anick
"Why shall wee have peace to bee made slaves": Indian surrenderers during and after King Philip's war2017 Ethnohistory 64 (1): 91-114
  • Lonford D. Fisher
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801in special issue 'Native American slavery in the seventeenth century'
Aquinnah Wampanoag wampum artist and weaver: Elizabeth James-Perry2017 First American art magazine 14: 46-51
  • Karen Kramer
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Letter from Barnstable jail: William Apess and the "Memorial of the Mashpee Indians"2016 Native American and indigenous studies 3 (2): 105-27
  • Drew Lopenzina
"In contempt and oblivion": censuses, ethnogeography, and hidden Indian histories in eighteenth-century southern New England2015 Ethnohistory 62 (1): 61-94
  • Jason Mancini
What is a monument to Massassoit doing in Kansas City? The memory work of monuments and place in public displays of history2014 Ethnohistory 61 (4): 635-53
  • Jean M. O'Brien
  • Lisa Blee
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801in special section 'Unexpected ethnohistories: in, of, and out of place'
Remembering stone piles in New England2013 Northeast anthropology (79-80): 37-80
  • Timothy H. Ives
H6/KUB [MAN IN THE NORTHEAST-]1068-9982French summary
Considering mimicry and hybridity in early colonial New England: health, sin and the body "behung with beades"2013 Archaeological review from Cambridge 28 (1): 151-68
  • Diana D. Loren
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGICAL-]0261-4332in thematic issue 'Archaeology and cultural mixture'
Thanks at last for the tribe that saved Plymouth2011 American Indian NMAI 12 (1): 28-30
  • James Ring Adams
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Mashpee restores its soul2011 American Indian NMAI 12 (1): 32-4
  • Anonymous
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
The pragmatics of language learning: graphic pluralism on Martha's Vineyard, 1660-17202010 Ethnohistory 57 (1): 35-50
  • Kathleen J. Bragdon
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801in thematic issue 'Graphic pluralism: Native American systems of inscription and the colonial situation'
A rare Native American sash and its paper label "Belt of the Indian King Phillip. From Col. Keyes." A collaborative study2007 European review of Native American studies 21 (2): 1-8
  • Christina J. Hodge
  • Diana Loren
  • Elizabeth Perry
  • Susan Haskell
  • T. Rose Holdcraft
*H6/KUB [EUROPEAN-]0238-1486
A place at the thanksgiving table2007 American Indian NMAI 8 (3): 42-4, 47
  • James Ring Adams
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
"Natural inhabitants, time out of mind": sachem rights and the contest for Wampanoag land in colonial New England2005 Northeast anthropology (70): 1-10
  • David J. Silverman
H6/KUB [MAN-]1068-9982French summary
Selling the praying towns: Massachussett and Nipmuc land transactions, 1680-17302005 Northeast anthropology (70): 11-17
  • Daniel R. Mandell
H6/KUB [MAN-]1068-9982French summary
The syntax of the conjunct and independent orders in Wampanoag2004 International journal of American linguistics 70 (4): 327-68
  • Norvin W. Richards
Mashpee Wampanoags of Cape Cod, the whalefishery, and seafaring's impact on community development2002 American Indian quarterly 26 (2): 165-97
  • Mark A. Nicholas
A Native American archaeological site in the Plymouth commemorative landscape2002 Northeast anthropology 64: 31-42
  • Christopher L. Donta
  • Timothy L. Binzen
1068-9982in thematic issue 'Native coastal New England'; French summary
Past to present: archaeology and the Aquinnah Wampanoag2002 Northeast anthropology 64: 43-54
  • Holly Herbster
  • Suzanne G. Cherau
1068-9982in thematic issue 'Native coastal New England'; French summary
The archaeology of coastal New England: the view from Martha's Vineyard2002 Northeast anthropology 64: 55-66
  • Dianna L. Doucette
  • Elizabeth S. Chilton
1068-9982in thematic issue 'Native coastal New England'; French summary
You are a dead people2001 Cultural survival quarterly 25 (2): 16-17
  • Jessie Little Doe Fermino
0740-3291in special issue 'Endangered languages, endangered lives'
From earth and sea2000 American Indian NMAI 1 (2): 12-17
  • Paula Peters
Bringing back the Massachuset language: the work of Dr Francis O'Brien and Julianne Jennings2000 Whispering wind 31 (2): 14-17
  • Bill Goetzinger