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The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island (Iroquois and Their Neighbors)

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Published by Syracuse University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1500 to c 1800,
  • American history: c 1800 to c 1900,
  • American history: from c 1900 -,
  • Indigenous peoples,
  • Multicultural studies,
  • Population & demography,
  • Native American,
  • Native Americans - Northeast,
  • History - General History,
  • History: American,
  • New York,
  • Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies - Tribes,
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • History,
  • Land tenure,
  • Montauk Indians

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8049431M
    ISBN 100815628838
    ISBN 109780815628835


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John A. Strong is Professor Emeritus of History and American Studies at Long Island University. He is the author of numerous publications, including The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island, Algonquian Peoples of Long Island from Earliest Times toand “We Are Still Here!”: The Algonquian Peoples of Long Island by: 2.

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National Emergency The Montaukett Indians of eastern Long Island by Strong, John A. Publication date Topics Montauk Indians -- Land tenure, Montauk Indians -- History PublisherPages:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The Montaukett Indians of eastern Long Island by John A. Strong, Syracuse University Press edition, - 1st by:   The Native people of the Island and the Montaukett, who inhabited the eastern end of the south fork, appear to have done so at least 9, to 12, years ago. This could occur after the ca.

18,year-ago melting of the glacier that formed this and the contiguous Manhattan and Staten Islands, as well as the string of islands leading to Cape Cod. Description: The Montauks, or Montauketts, are an Algonquian tribe from Montauk on eastern Long Island.

The Montauketts are closely related to other Algonquian tribes, including Mohegans, Pequots, and Shinnecocks, and the Mohegan and Montaukett languages are very similar.

Although the Montaukett were among the first tribes to establish relations with the English in the seventeenth century, until now very little has been written about the evolution of their interaction with the settlers. John A. Strong, a noted authority on the Indians of Long Island Brand: Syracuse University Press.

The Montaukett Indians Of Eastern Long Island (Book). American Indian Culture & Research Journal. – 28 November Web site: Devine. James "White Feather". Facts about the Montaukett Indian Nation. Montaukett Indian Nation. 28 November Drumm, Russell. "Reflecting on State’s Reversal", The East Hampton Star.

The Montaukett historian/author Donna Barron wrote a book, Long Island Indians and their New England Ancestors where she references Catoneras as being the daughter of the Mattinecock Sachem Asharoken.

This might make more sense considering Catoneras supposedly came from the Eaton’s Neck area of Huntington.

The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island. [John A Strong] -- "Although the Montaukett were among the first tribes to establish relations with the English in the seventeenth century, until now very little has been written about the evolution of their.

“The MONTAUKETT INDIANS of Eastern Long Island” by John A Strong $ “John 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.

Covering the first meeting and clash of cultures in the 's down to the modern day, The Montaukett Indians Of Eastern Long Island is a concise history that covers issues of cultural assimilation, political problems, social tensions, and recurring patterns of economic dependency among the Montaukett.

The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island: John A. Strong: Books - (13). Professor John Strong's "The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island" completes the picture by giving us a scholarly and, at times, anecdotal account of the peoples who occupied this region long before any European set foot there.

The book focuses on the many treaties, promises and agreements made among these groups over the centuries/5. The Montaukett Indians of eastern Long Island. (reprint, ) Strong, John A. Syracuse U. pages $ Paperback Iroquois and their neighbors E99 In this reprint fromStrong (history, Southampton College of Long Island U.) provides a history of the Montaukett Indians of Long Island from to John A.

Strong, a noted authority on the Indians of New York State's Long Island, has written a concise history that focuses on the issues of land tenure in the relations between the English and the Montaukett." "This book covers the period from the Montaukett's earliest contacts to the decision by the New York Appellate Court declaring.

A 20th Century Montaukett Indian Barn. The Beads of the Pantigo Site A Montauk Cemetery on Eastern Long Island N Y. Edward Johannemann. Bibliographic information. Title: History and archaeology of the Montauk Volume 3 of Readings in Long Island archaeology and ethnohistory: Authors: Gaynell Stone, Suffolk County.

No-one can reasonably dispute that the Montaukett was once the pre-eminent Indian tribe on Long Island. The iconic Wyandanch was the Sachem of the Montaukett whose authority throughout early colonial times extended from the eastern-most point on Long Island up to the present Queens and Brooklyn border line.

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 Montaukett. 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.

The Montaukett or Montauk people are an Algonquian-speaking Native American culture from the eastern end of Long Island, New York.

Historically, they are related in language and ethnicity to the Pequot and Narragansett peoples who live across Long Island Sound in what is now Connecticut and Rhode Island.

The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island (The Iroquois and Their Neighbors) By John Strong Although the Montaukett were among the first tribes to establish relations with the English in the seventeenth century, very little has been written.

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Town of East Hampton, Suffolk County. Featured in our Preservation Notes, the Fowler House provides an extraordinary glimpse into the lives of Montaukett Indians on Long Island over a century ago. This storied house is a powerful reminder that Native American history is an integral part of American heritage locally, regionally, and nationally.

On occasion, the Montaukett families in Freetown and Eastville met by the water at a place called “Springy Banks” on Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton, near Stephen Pharoah‘s birthplace. The Montauketts did not dress in Indian regalia on these occasions, but the meetings themselves were expressions of an existing extended family kinship system.

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Leaving one’s family and homeland behind at Montauk would have been a struggle, whether the decision was to move twenty miles away to East Hampton village, to move eighty miles away to North Amityville.

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"Facts about the Montaukett Indian Nation". Montaukett Indian Nation. Retrieved 28 November ↑ Drumm, Russell. Wyandanch (bornMontauk Village, Paum-man-ak-e, New York–diedLong Island City, Queens, New York) was a sachem of the Montaukett Indians in the midth century on eastern Long Island.

Initially he was a minor chief among the Montaukett, but due to his skillful manipulation of various alliances and his accommodating stance towards the European Born:Montauk Village, New York, United States.

The Shinnecock Indian Nation is a federally recognized tribe of historically Algonquian-speaking Native Americans based at the eastern end of Long Island, New tribe is headquartered in Suffolk County, on the southeastern shore.

Since the midth century, the tribe's landbase is the Shinnecock Reservation within the geographic boundaries of the Town. Introduction. The language spoken on Long Island and in southern New England are all part of the Eastern Algonquian language family.

1 The Unkechaug language, for example, shares a vowel pattern with such northern New England languages asAbenaki and Micmac. Early Recorded Algonquian Names. The Algonquian names for individuals and places were.

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