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Paugussett tribes

Franz L. Wojciechowski

Paugussett tribes

an ethnohistorical study of the tribal interrelationships of the Indians in the Lower Housatonic River area

by Franz L. Wojciechowski

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Published by Catholic Univ. of Nijmegen, Dept. of Cultural and Sociological Anthropology in Nijmegen, Neth .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Connecticut.,
  • Paugusset Indians.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 149-157.

    StatementFranz L. Wojciechowski.
    SeriesSociaal anthropologische cahiers -- no. 19
    The Physical Object
    Pagination157 p. :
    Number of Pages157
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22156928M
    ISBN 109069150042

      Golden Hill Paugussett in Connecticut continue to seek Federal recognition as Indian tribe, even after their claim was denied by Bureau of Indian Affairs; tribe seeks to open casino in Bridgeport (M). New England Confederation: Paugussett, Naugatucks, Pootatuck, Wepawaug and Pequannock The Indians of Connecticut. By Harold Clayton Bradshaw. FHL book Bic American Indians in Connecticut, Past to Present. By Mary E. Guillette. FHL ||disp= FHL book Ga WorldCat. Connecticut State Recognized Tribes [edit | edit source].

    Maps of Golden Hill Paugussett Indian Reservation. Maphill is a collection of map images. This physical map of Golden Hill Paugussett Indian Reservation is one of them. Click on the Detailed button under the image to switch to a more detailed map. See Golden Hill Paugussett Indian Reservation from a different perspective. This is a standard security test that we use to prevent spammers from sending automated requests.

    The first peoples in the Americas lived there for thousands of years before European explorers arrived. Many of these peoples still live in North and South America today. Native Americans in eastern North America included the Iroquois in the northeast and the Creek in the southeast. People in these regions used tree bark and branches to make houses, weapons, tools, and . CONNECTICUT'S PAUGUSSETT TRIBE NEARING FEDERAL RECOGNITION: The tribe and its economic, social and responsible gaming initiative plans. By: Richard Sarro. There is a good possibility that another casino could be developed in Connecticut, more specifically, the Bridgeport area.


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Paugussett tribes by Franz L. Wojciechowski Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Golden Hill Paugussett is a state-recognized Native American tribe in Connecticut. Granted reservations in a number of towns in the 17th century, their land base was whittled away until they were forced to reacquire a small amount of territory in the 19th century.

Today they retain a state-recognized reservation in the town of Trumbull, and. This book without doubt settles the question of the validity of the Golden Hill Paugussetts.

The author establishes that there was a valid tribe from first contact until the present. The book is a history of South Western Connecticut along with an in depth look at Northern Fairfield County.5/5(4).

as he could about Paugussett tribes book "ghost tribe" called the Paugussett Indians. This book is nearly identical to his previous work. The Paugussett Tribes ().

Both works chronicle the history of the Paugussett tribes through a detailed presentation of land deeds, use the land deeds to exam-ine boundaries between the Paugussett and other Indian groups, and dis-Author: Laurie Weinstein Dr.

Golden Hill is the site of downtown Bridgeport. This transaction is how the Paugussett Indians came to be known as Golden Hill Indians.

This name has been with the Tribe for over years. The well documented history of this acre Golden Hill Reservation is typical of how the lands of the Paugussett Indians were stolen.

Today’s journey was to the Paugussett Tribe in Stratford., Ct. While searching for works by Wesley (White) Taukchiray Jr. in andwhich I never found, I instead found a document entitled The Final Determination for the Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe. The Golden Hill Paugussett Indian Reservation, Trumbull, Connecticut.

1, likes talking about this were here. Non-profit5/5(13). People: The Native American tribes of Connecticut--the Mohican and Mohegan Paugussett tribes book, the Nipmuc, and the Quiripi-speaking tribes like the Quinnipiack, Wampano, Unkechaug, Naugatuck, Mattabesic, Schaghticoke, and Paugussett--were devastated by smallpox and other European diseases.

Some Wampano villages suffered more than 90% casualties. The page paperback book's title is "The Paugussett Tribes," with the scintillating subtitle: "An ethnohistorical study of the tribal interrelationships of the Indians in the lower Housatonic.

In May, the agency gave state politicians a big win with a modification to its recognition proposal. The decision infuriated the three Connecticut tribes trying to win recognition — the Eastern Pequot, the Golden Hill Paugussett of Colchester and Trumbull, and. Ethnohistory of the Paugussett tribes: an exercise in research methodology / Franz Laurens Wojciechowski.

Format Book Published Amsterdam, the Netherlands: De Kiva, Description p.: ill. ; 22 cm. Series Kiva monograph series ; no. 9 Notes Also published as thesis (Ph. D.)--Catholic Univ. of Nijmegen, Consultant Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe, Trumbull, Connecticut, since Vice chairman Gerendalkapel Margraten, Achievements Franz Laurens Wojciechowski has been listed as a noteworthy Psychologist by Marquis Who's Who.

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Where old projects go. The rest of the group was using this hike to begin training for a Vermont backpacking trip later in the summer. So we moved along at a pretty good pace. Across Cottage Street, and up along the railroad tracks, there’s a blue/yellow contactor trail that leads down to Route 34 and Lake ’s a really nice spot for a break – maybe an ice cream cone at the Lake Zoar Drive In.

The photo was taken in There are two excellent books on Chief Big Eagle's people: The Paugussett Tribes: An ethnohistorical study of the tribal interrelationships of the Indians in the lower Housatonic River area, by Franz Laurens Wojciechowski, Nijmegen, The Netherlands () Ethnohistory of the Paugussett Tribes: An Exercise in Research.

For the Mattabesic, Paugussett, and other tribes in the area, the native allies of the English soon proved as aggressive and dominating as the Pequot. The Narragansett invaded the eastern end of Long Island and conquered the Metoac tribes to assume the Pequot's former role in the wampum trade.

However, the Mohegan were even more dangerous. American Indian Tribal List: Native American Tribes and Languages Panamint, Papago-Pima, Pascua Yaqui, Passamaquoddy, Patuxet, Patwin, Paugussett (Paugusset), Pawnee, Peigan, Pend D'Oreille, Penobscot (Pentagoet), Pentlatch Native Tribes of the United States and Canada: Partial list of North American Indian tribes File Size: KB.

Fairfield County's Paugussetts. Excerpt from: Westport Connecticut The Story of a New England Town's Rise to Prominence. by Woody Klein. Chapter 2 The Native Americans.

Posted by permission of the Westport Historical Society Click the cover to order the book at Amazon. In addition, the state recognizes the Schaghticoke tribe, whose reservation dates from ; the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation, with a reservation from ; and the Golden Hill Paugussett Indian. Art Indian Of Decorative SpecK THE Tribes G.

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Within the context of U.S.-Indian law, federal acknowledgment establishes a trust relationship between an Indian tribe and the U.S. government. As a result of that trust, the tribe receives significant benefits, including tax-exempt status, reclamation rights, and—of perhaps greatest modern-day interest to the American public—the right to administer and profit from its own Reviews: 1.

Federal recognition reforms at the Bureau of Indian Affairs have politicians in Connecticut worried about the resurgence of the Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe: More than 20 years ago, a small group of people who identified themselves as members of the Golden Hill Paugussett tribe opened an office in Bridgeport and started a very public effort to win .A list of books dealing with the history of particular Native American Indian tribes.

Selected Links about Native American Indian Tribes and Nations. Our site is designed to present information about American Indian tribes and their languages contextually--language by language and tribe by.

This also meant I was leaving the confines of Indian Well State Park. According to legend, a waterfall at the park was the secret meeting place for two lovers from enemy Indian tribes. When their tryst was discovered, the father of the Princess, a Paugussett chief, ordered a raid upon the Pootatuck village where the brave lived.