35:1 (Spring 1994) Special Issue: Reshaping Traditions: Native Americans and Europeans in Southern Connecticut

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Connecticut History
Spring 1994, Vol. 35, No. 1

Special Issue: Reshaping Traditions: Native Americans and Europeans in Southern Connecticut

ARTICLES

John L. Allen, “Reshaping Traditions”

Kevin A. McBride, “Native American Cultures in Transition: The Eastern Long Island Sound Culture Area in the Prehistoric and Contact Periods”

Patricia E. Rubertone, “Grave Remembrances: Enduring Traditions Among the Narragansett”

Nanapashemet, “Wampanoag Cultural Survival: The Dynamics of a Living Culture”

Karen Ordahl Kupperman, “The Connecticut River: A Magnet for Settlement”

Martyn J. Bowden, “Culture and Place: English Sub-Culture Regions in New England in the Seventeenth Century”

Joseph S. Wood, “New England’s Exceptionalist Tradition: Rethinking the Colonial Encounter with the Land”

Abbot Lowell Cummings, “Connecticut and its Building Traditions”

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Connecticut History
Spring 1994, Vol. 35, No. 1

Special Issue: Reshaping Traditions: Native Americans and Europeans in Southern Connecticut

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

John L. Allen, “Reshaping Traditions”

Kevin A. McBride, “Native American Cultures in Transition: The Eastern Long Island Sound Culture Area in the Prehistoric and Contact Periods”

Patricia E. Rubertone, “Grave Remembrances: Enduring Traditions Among the Narragansett”

Nanapashemet, “Wampanoag Cultural Survival: The Dynamics of a Living Culture”

Karen Ordahl Kupperman, “The Connecticut River: A Magnet for Settlement”

Martyn J. Bowden, “Culture and Place: English Sub-Culture Regions in New England in the Seventeenth Century”

Joseph S. Wood, “New England’s Exceptionalist Tradition: Rethinking the Colonial Encounter with the Land”

Abbot Lowell Cummings, “Connecticut and its Building Traditions”

 

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