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Re: Native American Archaeological Sites in New England (looking for resources)

I can suggest the following literature:

Kerber, Jordan E., ed. 2006. Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Native Peoples and Archaeology in the Northeastern United States. Lincoln, NE, London, UK: University of Nebraska Press.

You could also contact the archaeological division of the National Park Service and Plimouth Plantation.

Best, Renate Bartl

CFP: MLA 2021

Dear colleagues,

Please see below for a panel on power and abuse in the eighteenth century world (MLA 2021, Toronto). This is a guaranteed panel sponsored by the comparative 18th c. forum. Thanks!

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