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Pequots in Southern New England

by Shirlee Newman

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People & Places - United States - Native American,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 People & Places,
  • History,
  • Indians of North America,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Pequot Indians,
  • Social life and customs,
  • Children: Grades 4-6

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9744088M
    ISBN 100613374967
    ISBN 109780613374965

      The Pequot War of is historically important because it marked a significant decline in the Pequot nation’s political, economic and social dominance in southern New England. In addition, this war was one of the first in southern New England (Connecticut) to transfer the power of domination and control from Indians to the Europeans. But all the Pequots are also US citizens and must obey American law. What language do the Pequots speak? Pequot Indians all speak English today. In the past, the Pequots, Mohegans, Montauks, Niantics, and other tribes of Southern New England all spoke the Mohegan-Pequot language. This language died out more than years ago, but some young.

    In The Pequots in Southern New England: The Fall and Rise of an American Indian Nation. Edited by Laurence M. Hauptman and James D. Wherry. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Conkey, Laura E., Ethel Boissevain, and Ives Goddard. "Indians of Southern New England and Long Island: Late Period." In Handbook of North American Indians. Pequot, Algonquian-speaking North American Indians who lived in the Thames valley in what is now Connecticut. The Pequot War () fought against a coalition of English settlers and their Native American allies eliminated the Pequot as an impediment to English colonization of southern New England.

    Pequot War, war fought in –37 by the Pequot people against English settlers from the Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut, and Saybrook colonies and their Native American allies (including the Narragansett and Mohegan) that eliminated the Pequot as an impediment to English colonization of southern New England. Pequot War/Video (Massacre at Mystic) STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. mkseymour Terms in this set (11) Pequots: nature. They were the strongest tribe of New England, and greatly feared by other tribes. The pequots were not as affected by European diseases as many other tribes. Pequots.


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Before their massacre by Massachusetts Puritans inthe Pequots were preeminent in southern New England. Their location on the eastern Connecticut shore made them important producers of the wampum required to trade for furs from the Iroquois.

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Their location on the eastern Connecticut shore made them important producers of the wampum required to trade for furs from the Iroquois/5. About The Book. About The Author. Before their massacre by Massachusetts Puritans inthe Pequots were preeminent in southern New England.

Their location on the eastern Connecticut shore made them important producers of the wampum required to trade for furs from the Iroquois. Before their massacre by Massachusetts Puritans inthe Pequots were preeminent in southern New England.

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Tribe, Race, History: Native Americans in Southern New England, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, READING ROOM: Pequot E N5 M36 File Size: KB. Before their massacre by Massachusetts Puritans inthe Pequots were preeminent in southern New England.

Their location on the eastern Connecticut shore made them important producers of the wampum required to trade for furs from the Iroquois. The Pequot Invasion of Southern New England: A Reassessment of the Evidence ALFRED A. CAVE FORTY years after the Pequots were vanquished by the En-glish in a brief but bloody war, the Puritan historian William Hubbard declared that the tribe was not indige-nous to southern New England.

Describing them as "a more. “The Pequots in Southern New England: The Fall and Rise of an American Indian Nation,” edited by Laurence M. Hauptman, James D. Wherry. University of Oklahoma Press, “ Nations: An Illustrated History of North American Indians,” by Alvin M.

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Hauptman and James D. Wherry, Norman: Oklahoma Press, Drinnon, Richard. Pequot Indians (contr. of Paquatauog, 'destroyers.'- Trumbull). An Algonquian tribe of Connecticut. Before their conquest by the English in they were the most dreaded of the southern New England tribes. They were originally but one people with the Mohegan, and it is possible that the term Pequot was unknown until applied by the eastern.

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Laurence M. Hauptman and James D. Wherry. Kathleen Bragdon. College of William and Mary. Search for more papers by this author. Kathleen : Kathleen Bragdon. history and enterprise. In addition to documenting the Mashantucket Pequots, the Archives collects material on other American Indian tribes, including those who resided elsewhere in New England and in New York.

This bibliography contains material ranging from tribal records to sermons, overseer account books. The Pequots in southern New England: the fall and rise of an American Indian nation. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation.

Type Book Author(s) Laurence M. Hauptman, James D. Wherry Date c Publisher University of Oklahoma Press Pub place Norman, Okla.; London Volume. On Septemrepresentatives from the Pequot and Mohegan tribes signed the Treaty of Hartford, ending both the Pequot’s longstanding dominance over the First Peoples of southern New England and the war that began today in Connecticut history.

Further Reading “The History of the Pequot War,” Battlefields of the Pequot War Project. In the early s, more than 8, Pequots lived in southeastern Connecticut. They traded with the Dutch. The Pequots controlled the fur and wampum trade. Their strong leaders and communities controlled tribes across southern New England.

It was a peaceful time between and But all was not well.New Netherland, the Pequots, and the Puritans in Southern New England, MARK MEUWESE University of Winnipeg abstract Although most historical studies of the Pequot War ac knowledge the existence of a trade alliance between the Pequots and the Dutch preceding the outbreak of the English-Pequot conflict, scholars.