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The New England Indian Papers Series

The New England Indian Papers Series is a scholarly critical edition of New England Native American primary source materials gathered into one robust virtual collection. It offers students, educators, researchers, Native communities, and the general public, visual and intellectual access to significant historical knowledge for the purposes of teaching, scholarly analysis, and research.

The Series is provided by the editors of The Yale Indian Papers Project, a scholarly editing endeavor and collaborative digital humanities research initiative with the mission to advance scholarship on the history and culture of New England Native Americans.  Both components represent an effort to promote an understanding of and dialogue on several hundreds of years of an enduring Native presence in the American Northeast.  The Project is a cooperative venture between local, regional, national, and international institutions with significant or rare New England Native resources and scholars at American and British universities and in New England Native communities to create a foundational resource containing four centuries of primary source materials relating to New England Native peoples.

For more information about this collection visit the Yale Indian Papers Project or contact the Project editors via email or by phone 203-432-8089.

Cite As

Paul Grant-Costa and Tobias Glaza, eds., The New England Indian Papers Series, Yale University Library Digital Collections,

Permitted Use

The use of images from this collection may be subject to the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code). Images may be used for purposes of research, private study, or education. To publish, exhibit, or broadcast this image, please contact the original holding institution. The person using the image is liable for any infringement of the law.