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The History and archaeology of the Montauk Indians.
1979 by Ginn Custom Pub., [available from] Suffolk County Archaeological Association in Lexington, Mass, Stony Brook, N.Y .
Written in English
|Series||Readings in Long Island archaeology and ethnohistory ;, v. 3|
|LC Classifications||E99.M88 H57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||80111669|
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Get print book. No eBook available. History and archaeology of the Montauk Volume 3 of Readings in Long Island archaeology and ethnohistory: Authors: Gaynell Stone, Suffolk County Archaeological Association, History / Native American Indians of North America Long Island.
John A. Strong, a noted authority on the Indians of Long Island, has written a concise history that focuses on the issues of land tenure in the relations between the English and the Montaukett. Strong also explores issues of cultural assimilation, political and social tensions, and patterns of economic dependency among the by: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: History & archaeology of the Montauk.
Stony The History and archaeology of the Montauk Indians. book, NY: Suffolk County Archaeological Association: Nassau County Archaeological Committee, © Montauk, both a single tribe and a confederacy of Algonquian-speaking North American Indian tribes who lived on the eastern and central parts of what is now Long Island, N.Y.; the confederacy included the Shinnecock, Manhasset, Massapequa, Montauk proper, Patchogue, and Rockaway other Algonquian tribes of this area, the Montauk proper depended for their subsistence largely on women.
For many years a photograph of the painting, labeled “Jerry Wright,” also a Montauk and thought to be a contemporary of David Pharoah, hung in the East Hampton Free Library. A pastel version is featured on Gaynell Stone’s book The History & Archaeology of the Montauk Vol 3.
& Archaeology of the Montauk, Vol III, 2nd Edition, New York: Amereon ltd., Summary Œ Montauk Chief MONQOLUCKSEE™s son was out hunting, when the Shinnecock Indians captured him. MONQOLUCKSEE pursued them with warriors in 50 canoes, crossing the. In the Montauk Indians sold Montauk to a group of East Hampton settlers, known as the proprietors, who owned the land in joint trust for almost years.
So began Montauk’s history as a summer pasture for cattle, sheep and horses. The annual cattle drives were on May 1 (going on) with a return on November 1 (going off).
Montaukett Sachem Wyandanch dies – Lion Gardener says he was poisoned. Wyandanch’s daughter Quashawam is named “Sunksquaw” over the Montauk and Shinnecock by the towns of Southampton and Easthampton.
Rev. Samson Occum is a school teacher to Shinnecock and Montauk Indians. The Montauk Library’s Archive Room has the following materials available to the public: historical books on The History and archaeology of the Montauk Indians.
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book Camp Hero and Shadmoor, back issues. The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island is a good overview of Montauk history and culture. You may also enjoy Makiawisug, which is a retelling of a Mohegan legend about little folk. You can also browse through our recommendations of Native American books in general.
Montauk History Overview. Montauk, although very sparsely settled until the ’s, has a history that goes back to pre-colonial days. It is more varied and exciting, perhaps, than that of any other village in East Hampton Township. The opening of Second House to the public as a museum, on Jwas an exciting day in our history.
Montauk (/ ˈ m ɒ n t ɔː k / MON-tawk) is a census-designated place (CDP) that includes the hamlet with the same name in the town of East Hampton in Suffolk County, New York, on the eastern end of the South Shore of Long of the United States Census, the CDP's population was 3, The CDP encompasses an area that stretches approximately 13 miles (21 km) from Napeague, New County: Suffolk.
Ancient Origins articles related to montauk in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page 1 of tag montauk). An eager crowd buzzed with anticipation in the Riverhead courtroom of State Supreme Court Justice Abel Blackmar on Nov.
17, A hush fell over the packed chamber as the black-robed judge entered and began to read his long-awaited decision in the case of "Wyandank Pharaoh, as Chief and head of the Montauk Tribe of Indians, against Jane Benson et al.". The History and Archaeology of the Montauk, Volume III Suffolk County Archaeological Association, Nassau County Archaeological Committee: Strong, John A.
The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island Syracuse University Press, Strong, John A. We Are Still Here!”: the Algonquain Peoples of Long Island Today” Empire State Books, The History of Montauk Manor Once upon a time a man had a vision. The time was the summer of The man was the multi-millionaire industrialist Carl Fisher, who was responsible for the development of Miami Beach, Florida.
The vision was to create the “most fabulous summer resort ever imagined in the western world”, [ ]. PATCHOGUE-MEDFORD LIBRARY East Main Street Patchogue, New York () The Shinnecock Indians: A Culture History. Gaynell Stone. Hills hired History Howell Hunt Hunter Jacob James John Justices Kellis KILLES land lease less living located Long Island March mark meeting Montauk motion moved names Neck nominated North noted original Page period persons Point POST Powwow present Volume 6 of Readings in Long Reviews: 1.
Unkechaug [Patchogue] Indian Nation Note: Poospatuck is the name of the Reservation in Mastic, NY. The nation is also known as the Patchogue or Patachogue. See also Classic L.I. Histories and Document Collections web page See also L.I.
Indians (Prehistory and History) web page. The Suffolk County Historical Society will dedicate a Book & Bottle series to a discussion of the Montaukett Indians in honor of from Gaynell Stone's "The History and.
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