Early Native Literacies in New England: A Documentary and Critical Anthology

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Univ of Massachusetts Press, 2008 - History - 276 pages
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Designed as a corrective to colonial literary histories that have excluded Native voices, this anthology brings together a variety of primary texts produced by the Algonquian peoples of New England during the 17th, 18th and very early 19th centuries.
 

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Contents

IV
15
V
19
VI
21
VII
28
VIII
42
IX
51
X
52
XI
63
XXIV
130
XXV
132
XXVII
142
XXVIII
148
XXIX
162
XXX
164
XXXI
166
XXXII
174

XII
72
XIII
75
XIV
84
XV
86
XVI
88
XVII
93
XVIII
96
XIX
105
XX
108
XXI
110
XXII
119
XXIII
123
XXXIII
191
XXXIV
198
XXXV
201
XXXVII
213
XXXVIII
215
XXXIX
223
XL
237
XLI
242
XLII
251
XLIII
269
XLIV
273
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Hilary E. Wyss is associate professor of English at Aubum University and author of Writing Indians: Literacy, Christianity, and Native Community in Early America (University of Massachusetts Press, 2000).