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.
Bibliography for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island th st 16 – 21 Centuries Frank Waabu O'Brien, Ph.D. June, 2004 Revised ~ October, 2005 P R E F A C E This volume is an expanded and updated version of an unpublished manuscript produced for a project entitled, Native Journies, Intersections, and Jonnycakes, a congressionally earmarked grant funded by the National Historical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. Many research and 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 2 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 • ed.~ editor or eds. ~ editors • n.p. ~ no place of publication • vol. ~ volume; vols. ~ volumes and/or publisher • Pp. ~ pages • n.s. ~ new series • 2ed. ~ second edition; 3ed. ~ • o.s. ~ old series third edition, etc. • s.l. (Latin), sine loco ~ without • _____ ~ same author(s) as above place of publication • http: ~ online Internet • s.n. (Latin), sine nominee ~ document without name of publisher • ms. ~ manuscript • ser. ~ serial • trans. ~ translator • comp. ~ compiler; comps. ~ compilers 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 MAY PEACE BE IN YOUR HEART © 2004 Francis J. O'Brien, Jr., Newport, RI 3 Bibliography for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island, 16th – 21st Centuries © 2004 Francis J. O’Brien, Jr., Aquidneck Indian Council Abbott, John S. C. The History of King Philip. New York: Harper and Brothers. 1857 Adams, Charles F. Three Episodes of Massachusetts History: The Settlement of Boston Bay, 1892 the Antinomian Controversy, a Study of Church and Town Government. Vol. I. Boston, Mass.: Houghton, Mifflin and Company Adams, Sherman W. Indian Names of Localities in Wethersfield. The History of Ancient and Stiles, Henry R Wethersfield, Connecticut: Volume I: The History . Camden, Maine: 1995 Picton Press:35-38. Adney, Edwin Tappan, The Bark Canoe and Skin Boats of North America. Museum of History and and Howard I. Chapelle Technology. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. 1964 Afable, Patricia O. and Place Names. Pp. 185-199 in Handbook of North American Beeler, Madison S. Indians. Vol. 17 (Languages). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution 1996 Press. Alden, John Eliot and European Americana: A Chronological Guide to Works Printed in Europe Dennis C. Landis, eds. Relating to the America, 1493-1750. 6 vols. Providence, Rhode Island and 1980-1997 New York: The John Carter Brown Library and Readex Books. Ales, Marion Fisher Whaling. The History & Archaeology of the Montauk. Gaynell Stone, ed. 1993 Stony Brook, New York: Suffolk County Archaeological Association: Nassau County Archaeological Committee. Allen, John L. The Illy-Smelling Sea: Indians, Information and the Early Search for the 1987 Passage. Man in the Northeast 33:127-135. Allen, Morse S Connecticut Place Names. Connecticut Antiquarian 15, Dec.:20-24. 1963 Allen, Morse S and More on Connecticut Place Names. Connecticut Arthur H. Hughes Antiquarian 21, Dec.:13-18. 1969 2 Allen, Zachariah Bi-centenary of the Burning of Providence in 1676. Defence of the Rhode 1876 Island System of Treatment of the Indians, and of Civil and Religious Liberty. An Address Delivered Before the Rhode Island Historical Society. April 10, 1876. Providence: Providence Press Company. Anderson, Virginia D. King Philip’s Herds: Indians, Colonists, and the Problem of Livestock in 1994 Early New England. William and Mary Quarterly 51(4):601-24. Andrews, K. R., N.P. The Westward Enterprise 1480-1650. Detroit, Mich.: Wayne State Canny, and P. E. Hair University Press. 1979 Andrews, J. Clinton Indian Fish and Fishing Off Coastal Massachusetts. Bulletin of the 1986 Massachusetts Archaeological Society 47(2):42-46. Anonymous A Farther Brief and True Narration of the Great Swamp Fight in the 1676 Narragansett Country December 19, 1675. Written a Few Days Later and First Printed at London in February, 1676; Now Reproduced for the Honour of Those Who Won and Lost and for the Instruction and Edification of a Later Generation Met to Commemorate Those of Their General Convention of The Society of Colonial Wars Held at Providence on May 17 & 18, 1912. Providence: Printed by S.P.C. for the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, 1912. ______ Massachusetts; or, The First Planters of New England. The End and Manner 1696 of their Coming Thither, and Abode There: In Several Epistles to the Countess of Lincoln. Boston. (Reprinted: Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. ser. I, Vol. 8, Boston, 1802.) _____ Report of a Committee on the State of Indians in Mashpee and Parts 1815 Adjacent . Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 2d ser., 3:12-17. _____ A Description of Mashpee, in the County of Barnstable. September 16th, 1815a 1802. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 2d ser., 3:1-12. ______ [Indian Fish Weir at Anthony, Rhode Island] Collections of the Rhode 1837 Island Historical Society 30(1): cover photo. Providence. ______ On the Question- What is the Meaning of the Aboriginal Phrase Shawmut? 1843 Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society Vol. X, Second Series:173-174. ______ The Last of the Narragansetts. New England Historical and Genealogical 1870 Register 24(2):192. ______ The Pequot Massacre of Southport, Connecticut, July 13, 1637. American 1903 Monthly Magazine 23:203. 3 ______ The Connecticut Guide: What to See and Where to Find It. Hartford, Conn.: 1935 Emergency Relief Commission. ______ Tercentenary Providence and Rhode Island, 1636-1936: Official Chronicle 1936 and Tribute Book. Providence: George D. Hall Inc. ______ Indian Site Added to Historic Register. The Narragansett Times, May 1973 24:3B. Wakefield, Rhode Island. _____ Indian Heritage Still Lives in New England’s Names. Bicentennial 1991 Bulletin, April 28, pp .6. n.p.: s.n. [http://www.pequotmuseum.org/] ______ Area Native Americans Participate in Pequot War Documentary. 2000 Narragansett Indian News 5(3):1, 7. ______ Connecticut Archives, Towns and Lands, 1st ser., Vol. 1. (Unpublished n.d. Documents in Connecticut State Library, Hartford.) ______ Map of Ancient Windham County. Boston: J.H. Bufford’s Sons Lith. n.d. [Manuscript Located at the Woodstock Historical Society.] Applebaum, Diana K. Thanksgiving: An American Holiday, an American History. New York: 1984 Facts on File Publications. Arber, Edward The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1606-1623 A.D.; As Told by Themselves, 1897 Their Friends, and Their Enemies. Edited from the Original Texts. London: Ward and Downey. Armstrong, Virginia I. I Have Spoken: American History Through the Voices of the Indians. New 1975 York: Pocket Books. Apes [Apess], William A Son of the Forest: The Experience of William Apes, a Native of the 1829 Forest. Comprising a Notice of the Pequod Tribes of Indians. New York: William Apes. ______ Indian Nullification of the Unconstitutional Laws of Massachusetts Relative 1835 to the Mashpee Tribe; or The Pretended Riot Explained. Boston: Jonathan Howe. Apess, William Indian Nullification of the Unconstitutional Laws of Massachusetts, 1835 Relative to the Marshpee Tribe, or, the Pretended Riot Explained. Boston: Press of Jonathan Howe. (Reprinted: Stanfordville, New York, E. M. Coleman, 1979). 4 _____ Eulogy on King Philip, As Pronounced at the Odeon in Federal Street, 1836 Boston. By the Rev. William Apes, an Indian, January 8, 1836. Boston, Mass.: William Apess. _____ Experience of Five Christian Indians, of the Pequod Tribe. Boston, Mass.: 1837 William Apess. _____ The Increase of the Kingdom of Christ, a Sermon. New York: The Author. 1837a Apess [Apes], William On Our Own Ground: The Complete Writings of William Apess. Amherst, [with Barry O'Connell] Mass.: University of Massachusetts Press 1992 Archer, Gabriel The Relation of Captaine Gosnols Voyage to the North Part of Virginia, 1906 Begunne the Sixe and Twentieth of March, Anno 42. Elizabethae Reginae 1602. and Delivered by Gabriel Archer, a Gentleman in the Said Voyage . Pp. 302-313 in Vol. 18 of Hakluytus Posthumus or Puchas His Pilgrimes, by Samuel Purchas. Glasgow, Scotland: James MacLehose and Sons. Arnold, Laura K. Crossing Cultures: Algonquian Indians and the Invention of New England. 1995 Los Angeles, California: University of California, Los Angeles. (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation.) Arnold, James N. Vital Records of Rhode Island 1636-1850, 21 vols. Providence, Rhode 1891 Island: Narragansett Historical Publishing Company. Arnold, James A Statement of the Case of the Narragansett Tribe of Indians. Newport: 1896 Mercury Press. Arnold, Samuel G. History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. 2 vols. 1859-1860 New York: D. Appleton. http://www.hti.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text- idx?c=moa;idno=AFJ7769 Artemel, Janice, et al. Providence Covelands Phase III Report. Providence, Rhode Island 1984 Washington, D.C.: Rhode Island Department of Transportation and United States Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration and Federal Railway Administration. Ash, Anna, Jessie Little Diversity In Language Maintenance And Restoration: A Reason For Doe Fermino and Ken Optimism. Pp 119-135 in The Green Book of Language Revitalisation in Hale Practice . Leanne Hinton, and Ken Hale, eds. New York: Academic Press. 2001 5 Ashley, Clifford W. 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