Algonkians of New England : past and present / editor, Peter Benes ; associate editor, Jane Montague Benes.

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals




156 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.


Descriptive Terms

Algonquian Indians History Congresses.
Indians of North America History Congresses.
Algonquian Indians Portraits.
Ethnic relations Congresses.


Benes, Peter.
Benes, Jane Montague.
Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife.


Introduction / Neal Salisbury -- 'The examination of Sarah Ahhaton': the politics of 'adultery' in an Indian town of seventeenth-century Massachusetts / Ann Marie Plane -- Vernacular literacy and Massachusetts world view, 1650-1750 / Kathleen J. Bragdon -- The Algonkian spiritual landscape / Constance A. Crosby -- It smells fishy to me: an argument supporting the use of fish fertilizer by the native people of southern New England / Nanepashemet -- New England Algonkians in the American Revolution / Colin G. Calloway -- 'Ancient and crazie': Pequot lifeways during the historic period / Kevin A. McBride -- Native basketry, basketry styles, and changing group identity in southern New England / Ann McMullen -- William Apess and the survival of the Pequot people / Barry O'Connell -- Joseph Laurent's Intervale camp: post-colonial Abenaki adaptation and revitalization in New Hampshire / Gary W. Hume -- Change and continuity of spiritual practice among the Chaubunagungamaug Nipmuck Indians of Webster, Massachusetts / Diane Fisk Bray -- Taken from life: early photographic portraits of New England Algonkians, ca. 1845-1865 / Jane Van Norman Turano.


Boston : Boston University

Publisher Series

Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife annual proceedings ; 1991
Annual proceedings (Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife) ;


156 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.


Includes bibliographical references.
Rodris Roth Library.

Call Number

Roth F1.D82 1991


New England