A stained glass at Saint Ignatius Church in nearby depicts Kittamaquund's baptism. The discovery was eventually reported to the. Petraglia and Kevin Cunningham Part Three: Voluntary Collaboration: Research and Education 15. Maryland Historical Society Tidewater Publishers. Native America: A State-by-state Historical Encyclopedia, Volume 1.
Tribe leaders used beds raised above the ground by four posts. Archived from on 5 November 2013. Relatio itineris in Marylandiam, Issue. Many had settled near Conoy their name to Iroquois-speakers creek in Pennsylvania by 1718. The Jesuits abandoned the village in 1643 after raiders took men and supplies.
Forging New Partnerships: Archaeologists and the Native People of Maryland 000 Richard B. The contributors examine the process and the details of collaborative case studies, ranging from consultation in compliance with federal, state, and local legislation and regulations including the National Historic Preservation Act and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act to voluntary cooperation involving education, research, and museum-related projects. Cross-cultural Collaboration: Native Peoples and Archaeology in the Northeastern United States. Echoes of History, Volumes 1-5. Henry Part Two: Collaboration and Regulatory Compliance: Sites and Places 9. Cultural property -- Repatriation -- Northeatern States. Kittamaquund was described as wearing shells to denote his role as leader.
From the Ground Up: The Effects of Consultation on Archaeological Methods 000 Elizabeth S. Archaeology -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Northeastern States. Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. Lacy and Donna Roberts Moody 11. Case Studies in Collaborative Archaeology: The Oneida Indian Nation of New York and Colgate University 000 Jordan E. In June 1639, led by Father established a mission at Kittamaqundi. Most of my previous archaeological experience had been in western Massachusetts and New York.
On 5 July 1640 Fr. Archaeology -- Northeastern States -- Methodology. Appleton's cyclopædia of American biography, Volume 1. Famine and disease in previous years, and retaliation by either the English or tribes in the Powhatan Confederacy could have contributed to Moyaone's abandonment, for Kittamaquund would pursue an assimilation or accommodation strategy with the English. Wooded areas would have been cleared by the traditional technique of stripping bark off trees to kill them, then using fire to clear a field. Many archaeologists have reported on the success of these collaborations, which have led to some much-needed adjustment in the types of evidence that archaeologists use in their understandings and interpretations of cultural continuity e.
Soctomah References 000 About the Contributors 000 Index 000 Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indians of North America -- Northeastern States -- Antiquities. Making a Final Resting Place Final: A History of the Repatriation Experience of the Haudenosaunee 000 Richard W. Relatio itineris in Marylandiam, Issue. The Gale Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes: Northeast, Southeast, Caribbean. Virginia and Maryland militia led by Major Truman blamed the Susquehannock for killing settlers across the Potomac River in Stafford County, Virginia.
In 1644, as both another Anglo-Powhatan war neared its end and English religious wars spread and nearly obliterated the Maryland colony, English occupied the town as a protective outpost. The site was discovered in the winter of 1995, when beachcombers found human remains on this town beach. Research and Dialogue: New Vision Archaeology in the Cayuga Heartland of Central New York 000 Jack Rossen 17. Constructing Alliances along the Northern Border: Consultations with Mi'kmaq and Maliseet Nations 000 Bernard Jerome and David E. Indians of North America -- Material culture -- Northeastern States. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding. The site is on a 12-m cliff overlooking the ocean and is eroding at a rate of approximately 2 m per year Chilton and Doucette 2002a.
Passamaquoddy Homeland and Language: The Importance of Place 000 David Sanger, Micah A. In the Lauinger Library, University of Georgetown Around 1622, the , which led the Conoy Federation, built a town they soon called Kittamaqundi on near the modern day town of ,. The Patapsco: Baltimore's River of History. The site is located on the western end of the island of Martha's Vineyard, in the traditional homeland of the Aquinnah , currently the only tribe in Massachusetts with federal recognition for a brief history of the Aquinnah Tribe and archaeological research on the island, see Herbster and Cherau, this volume. Petersen, and Frederick Wiseman 7. The Lenâpé and their legends; with the complete text and symbols.