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The Wampanoag By TheTeachersDesk.info
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29 page unit study on the Wampanoag Indians with worksheets in Q&A format, fill in the blank, or multiple choice. Multiple choice format includes D'Nealian-style handwriting practice. Teacher... More > notes and answer keys included. Primary level (grades 1-3). *.pdf file format, Adobe Acrobat reader required (free download at Adobe website).< Less
Talking With The Elders of Mashpee Memories of Earl H. Mills, Sr. By Earl Mills
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Lifestyle, sustenance, connections, Elders, Communal Living, Politics, Ceremonies
Talking with the Elders of Mashpee Memories of Earl H. Mills, Sr. By Earl Mills
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Life Style, Sustenance, Connections, Elders, Communal Living, Politics, Ceremonies
SOGGS FAMILY HISTORY By Betty Rhodes
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Genealogy book for the Soggs Family and their connecting families. Featured are the descendants of a Wampanoag Indian couple, John & Rebekah Sog of Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Family history,... More > genealogy outlines, photos, and other stories. Connecting families are: Dexter, Luce, Hoskins, Moon, Damon, Durkee, and others. There will be a choice of two covers - the one you see on this page relates mainly to the descendants of Ananias & Mariah Durkee Soggs. The 2nd version will have a different cover featuring Wampanoag & Dartmouth images. To view the other cover, go to: http://the-red-thread.net/soggs-cover.html< Less
Revisioning Aquinnah Circle By Mariko McNamara, Ryan Corrigan
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How can a seasonal tourist destination provide an enjoyable experience for visitors while protecting the ecological resources and rural character that makes it a beloved place for locals? Aquinnah is... More > the smallest town on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. Its 311 year-round residents depend greatly on the financial success of Aquinnah Circle, a tourist destination highlighting the geologically stunning clay cliffs and the thriving culture of the Wampanoag Tribe. This plan serves as a starting point for the Town and Tribe to begin working toward a unified vision for Aquinnah Circle. It provides a framework for decision making to move forward while maintaining key values of community members. The Tribe and the Town, working in partnership, aim to preserve and improve the culturally rich, historic and scenic elements of Aquinnah Circle while promoting economic development.< Less
A Mixed Medicine Bag By Mwalim
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Original Black Wampanoag Folklore: How did the turtle get its shell? How does one become a millionaire? Why do roosters crow at the sun? Where do Backwoods people come from? Open A Mixed Medicine... More > Bag and you just may find the answers, in this witty and entertaining collection of verbal-to-literary jazz, funk’n folklore. A Mixed Medicine Bag contains 15 original Black Wampanoag folk-tales taken from the award-winning storytelling performances of Mwalim *7); one of the contemporary masters of the oral tradition.< Less
Descendants of John & Rebekah Sog By Betty Rhodes
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This is book two on the Family History of the Soggs Family of Dartmouth Massachusetts. Only the covers are different - the contents are the same as book #1 at http://www.lulu.com/content/8220394
Four American Indians: King Philip, Pontiac, Tecumseh, Osceola By F. M. (Frances Melville) Perry
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Theo and Ria By Katherine Nora
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   Theo meets Ria in 1939, at summer camp on Cape Cod. One day Ria finds an historic bronze medallion given by English settlers to the Indians who helped them. She gives it to... More > Theo’s friend Casco, a hermit who lives in a wigwam in the woods. Casco has run away from civilization to live like his ancestors, the Indian tribe who once occupied the area. When Theo finds Casco dead, apparently murdered, and the medallion missing, he buries his friend there in the woods, then hides in the wigwam, trying to piece together what happened.  The mystery of Casco’s death becomes the enduring theme of Theo and Ria's friendship as the years go by. Searching for Casco’s murderer leads them through the Cape’s Indian and Pilgrim past, into the world of art and antiquities, and ultimately to some shocking revelations. < Less
Donehogawa, a Story of Pilgrims and Native Americans By Burr Cook
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A short novel about a small group of men and boys who sail from Plymouth England in the year of 1626 and land near Cape Cod. They are all fleeing from perceived danger and have no plan to return.... More > They meet with adventure among the Pilgrims and the Native Americans of New England.< Less