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Your search in the category "Native American" returned 175 results in 9 pages.

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Kent, Barry C. Susquehanna's Indians. Anthropological Series, no. 6. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania History and Museum Commission, 1984.

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Kester, John G. "Charles Polke: Indian Trader of the Potomac." Maryland Historical Magazine 90 (Winter 1995): 446-65.

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Kinsey, W. Fred, III. "Lancaster Before History Began: Prehistoric Archaeology." Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society 99 (1998): 142-171.

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Klauda, Evan. “Rights of the American Indians and Responsibilities of the English Immigrants during the Colonization of Maryland.” Calvert Historian, 30 (2003): 33-41.
Category: Native American

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Klein, Michael J., and J. Sanderson Stevens. "Ceramic Attributes and Accokeek Creek Chronology: an Analysis of Sherds from the Falcon's Landing (18PR131) and the Accotink Meander (44FX1908) Sites." North American Archaeologist 17 (1996): 113-141.

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Kyle, Robert. "12,000 Years of Crab Feasts, Rockfish & Oysters on the Half Shell." Chesapeake Bay Magazine, 25 (May 1995): 62-69.
Category: Native American

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Lanham, Paul T. "Why 'Upper'?" News and Notes from the Prince George's County Historical Society 17 (May 1989): 27.
Annotations / Notes: Upper and Lower Marlboro.

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Lattanzi, Gregory Denis. “The value of reciprocity: Copper, exchange and social interaction in the Middle Atlantic region of the Eastern Woodlands of North America.” Ph.D. diss., Temple University, 2013.

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Lowery, Darrin, Stephen J. Godfrey, and Ralph E. Eshelman. “Integrated Geology, Paleontology, and Archaeology: Native American Use of Fossil Shark Teeth in the Chesapeake Bay Region.” Archaeology of Eastern North America, 39 (2011): 93-108.

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Lumpkins, Aaron. “John Smith’s Explorations of the Eastern Shore: A Lesson in Native Diplomacy.” Shoreline, 15 (December 2008): 6-9.

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Maddux, Holly Lewis. “‘We’re Not Hiding Anymore’.” Chesapeake Life, 14 (October 2008): 80-85, 118-19.
Category: Native American

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Makofsky, Abraham. "Deomgraphics and Culture: The 1980 Census Report on Lumbee Indians of the Baltimore Metropolitan Area." Maryland Historical Magazine, 79 (Fall 1984): 239-46.

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Makofsky, Abraham. "Tradition and Change in the Lumbee Indian Community of Baltimore." Maryland Historical Magazine, 75 (March 1980): 55-71.

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Mansius, Mary Kate. “Incidents of Violence and the Annual Movements of the Piscataway Indians.” Maryland Archeology, 47 (September 2011): 22-34.
Category: Native American

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McGinn, Robert, and Larry Vaden. "Michael Cresap and the Cresap Rifles." West Virginia History 39 (1978): 341-347.

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McNamara, Joseph M. "Excavations at Baldwin: A Late Archaic Site in the Maryland Coastal Plain." Maryland Archeology, 18 (no. 2, 1982): 1-27.

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McWilliams, Rita. "Maryland's Native Americans." Maryland, 21 (Summer 1989): 46-53.
Category: Native American

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Merrell, James H. "Cultural Continuity among the Piscataway Indians of Colonial Maryland." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 36 (October 1979): 548-70.

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Moore, Elizabeth A. “Faunal Remains from the 2002-2003 Excavations at the Winslow Site (18MO9).” Maryland Archeology, 41 (March-September 2005): 60-66.

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Munday, P. Erin. “And then there were none…The Fate of the Maryland Indians.” Chronicles of St. Mary’s, 57 (Summer 2010): 11-20.
Category: Native American