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Gender as a social category in native Southern New England
The nature of gender relations in native southern New England has long intrigued scholars, who have interpreted the historical and linguistic data in contradictory ways. This article reviews theExpand
The Pragmatics of Language Learning: Graphic Pluralism on Martha's Vineyard, 1660-1720
This paper discusses the development of vernacular literacy among Massachusett and Wampanoag speakers of southern New England in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. While other research focusesExpand
Native Economy on Eighteenth- Century Martha 's Vineyard and Nantucket
Ethnohistory, the discipline devoted to reconstructing the past cultures of non-literate peoples through the use of documentary sources and historiographic techniques, has been responsible forExpand
The Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Northeast
The Northeast: An Overview1.Overview of the Northeast Culture Area2. The Northeast During the Period of European Exploration and Colonization3. The Expanding Frontier4. The Northeast: 1850 to theExpand