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Bibliography for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island 16 th – 21 st Centuries

Frank Waabu O'Brien, Ph.D. June, 2004 Revised ~ October, 2005

PREFACE

This volume is an expanded and updated version of an unpublished manuscript produced for a project entitled, Native Journies, Intersections, and Jonnycakes, a congressionally earmarked grant funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, National Archives and Records Administration (2001-2002). The first draft of the Indian Bibliography was compiled in May, 2002 by myself as Co- Principal Investigator at Rhode Island Indian Council, Dr. Albert T. Klyberg (Co- Principal Investigator, Heritage Harbor Museum), and Kalyana S. Champlain (Researcher, Rhode Island Indian Council). An attempt has been made to record all relevant published documents for the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and major documents for Massachusetts and Connecticut that fall under the scholarly rubrics of history, archaeology and anthropology (including linguistics and other subcategories related to “ethnography”). There is a large body of highly specialized research on Native American linguistics relating to Indians in and around Rhode Island which we cannot capture in this volume. The reader is referred to Ives Goddard, ed., Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 17 (Languages), Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution. Three electronic Internet sources will prove invaluable to researchers. Locally, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation maintains a website database that encompasses 15 bibliographic categories devoted to regional Native Americans; see http://www.pequotmuseum.org/Home/LibrariesArchives/RESEARCHLIBRARY/Bibli ographiesResearchGuides.htm. At the University of Rhode Island’s Special Collections Library the reader will find a bibliographic database for Rhode Island History, and other areas; see www.uri.edu/library/special_collections. The Federal Smithsonian Institution website is another invaluable research resource for the United States; see http://www.nmnh.si.edu/naa/guides.htm.

—ACKNOWLEGMENTS— The bibliography was made possible with the support of many people, organizations and institutions. The Native Journies project was strongly supported by Senators Ben Nighthorse Campbell (CO), Jack Reed (RI) and Lincoln D. Chaffee (RI) of the United States Senate. Dr. Albert T. Klyberg, former Director of Museum Programs, Heritage Harbor Museum, created the original source grant for the collaboration between Heritage Harbor Museum and the Rhode Island Indian Council. Darrell Waldron, Executive Director of the Rhode Island Indian Council, provided a home and support for the researchers. Ray Petrarca, Council Accountant,

was very helpful in coordinating expenditures and logistics.

records facilities throughout the country contributed to the listings. In Rhode Island we

must mention the Rhode Island Office of the Secretary of State, Division of State Archives and Public Records Administration, The Rhode Island Historical Society Library, The Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission, The Black Heritage Society, The John Carter Brown Library at Brown University, University of Rhode Island Special Collections Library, The Rhode Island Department of Education, The Providence Journal, Narragansett Indian News, Providence Public Library, and The Narragansett Indian Tribal Nation. In nearby Massachusetts we were assisted by the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston Public Library, and Harvard

Many research and

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University. We thank the Mashantucket Pequot Library and Research Center, and Connecticut Historical Society in Connecticut. Other academic libraries providing information include Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania and Yale University. The United States Library of Congress allowed electronic access to numerous American, Canadian and European scholarly research libraries, and the Smithsonian Institution contributed to our research efforts.

—ABBREVIATIONS— For the reader’s convenience, standard abbreviations used throughout the book include:

n.d. ~ no date of publication

n.p. ~ no place of publication and/or publisher

n.s. ~ new series

o.s. ~ old series

s.l. (Latin), sine loco ~ without place of publication

s.n. (Latin), sine nominee ~ without name of publisher

ser. ~ serial

comp. ~ compiler; comps. ~ compilers

ed.~ editor or eds. ~ editors

vol. ~ volume; vols. ~ volumes

Pp. ~ pages

2ed. ~ second edition; 3ed. ~ third edition, etc.

~ same author(s) as above

http: ~ online Internet document

ms. ~ manuscript

trans. ~ translator

The present volume contains 1,778 entries. We expect this listing to grow organically over the years.

Francis J. O’Brien, Jr. (AKA Frank Waabu O’Brien & Moondancer) Newport, RI, June 9, 2004; June 24, 2004; October 8, 2005

Wunnohteaonk

June 9, 2004; June 24, 2004; October 8, 2005 Wunnohteaonk MAY PEACE BE IN YOUR HEART

MAY PEACE BE IN YOUR HEART

June 24, 2004; October 8, 2005 Wunnohteaonk MAY PEACE BE IN YOUR HEART © 2004 Francis

© 2004 Francis J. O'Brien, Jr., Newport, RI

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