Mashpee Wampanoag – People of the First Light
Traders from Europe bring yellow fever to Wampanoag territory. The geographical area affected was all of the 69 tribes of the Wampanoag
Paulla Dove Jennings ~ Narragansett
Paulla Dove Jennings is a member of the Narragansett tribe and a professional story teller, educator and children’s book
John Christian Hopkins ~ Narragansett
John Christian Hopkins (born 1960) is a Narragansett journalist, author, poet and public speaker who resides in Tuba City, Arizona, United States. After having grown up in Westerly, Rhode Island,
1637 The Pequot War
The image depicts the attack on the Pequot fortified village at Mystic on June 5,
The Nauset were never numerous. The original population was probably around 1,500 in 1600 before the
The southern coast of New England from the mouth of the Connecticut River east to southwest Rhode Island including Block Island in Long Island
What Are Wampum Necklaces?
Wampum necklaces are Native American jewelry crafted from seashells. While there is quite a bit of so-called wampum jewelry sold
King Philip’s War Summary and Definition
The History of the King Philip's War including details of the cause, reason, and summary. The dates and years of the Indian wars - when the war started and when the conflict
History Timeline of the Pequot War
This short History Timeline of the Pequot War provides facts and information about the history, years, key dates, key events and key people who fought in this
What is a Wampum Belt?
Wampum belts are belts made from wampum, or shell beads traditionally crafted by the Eastern Woodlands tribes.
Native Languages of the Narragansett
Narragansett was an Algonkian language, closely related to Mohegan (Pequot) and Massachusett
What is a Pow Wow?
The noun Powwow, from the Narragansett Eastern Algonquian language is defined as any gathering of Native
Wampanoag--also known as Massachusett, Pokanoket or Natick--is an Algonkian language of New