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"How quickly they forget": American Indians in European film, 1962--1976
Powwow arts and crafts markets and the engendering of social relationships
Losing ground: Land loss among the Mashantucket Pequot and the Mashpee Wampanoag tribes in the nineteenth century
Beyond reservation: Indian survivance in southern New England and eastern Long Island, 1713-1861
In sickness and in health: A study of ethnomedical ideology and practice in colonial New England in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Contested places: The history and meaning of Hassanamisco
Determining the genesis and cultural significance of deep soil features at southeastern Connecticut's Preston Plains Site
The Ruling Relations of Reproductive Healthcare For Native American Women
Contested Domains of Science and Science Learning in Contemporary Native American Communities: Three Case Studies from a National Science Foundation grant titled, "Archaeology Pathways for Native Learners"
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