Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Mohican Seminar 2

Mohican Seminar 2: The Challenge—An Algonquian Peoples Seminar, New York State Museum Bulletin 506, Shirley W. Dunn, editor, The University of the State of New York, the State Education Department, Albany, N.Y., 2005. ISBN 1-55557-224-3

Papers included:

  1. Binzen, Timothy. “The River Beyond the Mountains: Native American Settlements of the Upper Housatonic during the Woodland Period.”
  2. Joseph, Stanley. “A Dutchman at Indiantown: A Perspective on the Stockbridge Mission.”
  3. Folts, James D. “The Westward Migration of the Munsee Indians in the Eighteenth Century.”
  4. Dunn, Shirley W. “The Mohican Presence on the Susquehanna River in New York.”
  5. Dixon, Heriberto. “Oral Historical Insights into Rogers’ Raid on the St. Francis Abenaki Village in 1759.”
  6. Oberly, James W. “When Congress Acted: The Mohican Reservation and the Act of 1871.
  7. McAllester, David P. “Mohican Music, Past and Present.” [A condescending, poorly researched and biased opinion piece.]
  8. Broderick ,Warren F. “New York State’s Mohicans in Literature."
The church at Odanak, where Rogers' Rangers attacked.  The Abenaki had been warned in advance by a  Mohican in-law.

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