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

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Clark, Wayne E. "Controlled Surface Investigations of an Archaic Period Hunting Camp." Maryland Archeology, 11 (March 1975): 1-18.

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Clark, Wayne E. "The Patuxent Indians at the Dawn of History." Calvert Historian, 11 (Fall 1996): 6-20.
Category: Native American

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Clark, Wayne E. “The Zekiah Town and Fort of the Piscataway and Allied Indians.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 107 (Fall 2012): 278-303.

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Clark,Wayne E. "The Origins of the Piscataway and Related Indian Cultures." Maryland Historical Magazine, 75 (March 1980): 8-22.

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Copeland, David. "'Join or Die:' America's Newspapers in the French and Indian War." Journalism History 24 (Autumn 1998): 112-21.

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Cowin, Verna L. "Cannel Coal Pendants: Types and Distribution." North American Archaeologist 20 (no. 3, 1999): 239-262.

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Cox, Ryan. "Debenada, King of Great Nussags, To Jane Johnson, Negro: African-Indian Realtions on the Eastern Shore." Shoreline, 11 (September 2004): 9.

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Cox, Ryan. "Debenada, King of Great Nussags, To Jane Johnson, Negro: African-Indian Realtions on the Eastern Shore." Shoreline, 11 (September 2004): 9.

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Craven, Wesley Frank. White, Red, and Black: The Seventeenth-Century Virginian. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1971.
Annotations / Notes: Remains the standard multi-cultural work for the 17^th century.

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Cresthull, Paul. "A George Webb Pipe from Chard." Maryland Archeology, 19 (no. 2, 1982): 28-32.

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Cronon, William B. Changes in the Land, Indians, Colonists and the Ecology of New England. New York: Hill and Wang, 1983.
Annotations / Notes: Cronon's work is about New England, but his ecological insights are invaluable to learning about the Chesapeake.

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Curry, Dennis C. "On the Brink of Contact: Native Maryland, 1000-1600." Maryland Humanities, (Winter 2001): 2-5.

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Curry, Dennis C. “A Closer Look at the ‘Last Appearance’of the Conoy Indians.” Maryland Historical Magazine, 106 (Fall 2011): 344-53.
Category: Native American

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Curry, Dennis C. and Jay F. Custer. "Holocene Climatic Change in the Middle Atlantic Area: Preliminary Observations frmo Archaeological Sites." North American Archaeologist, 3 (no. 4, 1982): 275-85.

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Davidson, Thomas E. “The Last Town Standing—The Choptank Indian Town.” Maryland Archeology, 42 (March 2006): 9-14.

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Davidson, Thomas E. "Historically Attested Indian Villages of the Lower Delmarva." Maryalnd Archeology, 18 (March 1982): 1-8.

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Davidson, Thomas E. "Historically Attested Indian Villages of the Lower Delmarva." Maryland Archeology, 18 (March 1982): 1-8.

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Davidson, Thomas E. "Indian Identity in Eighteenth Century Maryland." Oklahoma City University Law Review, 23 (Spring 1998): 133-40.

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Davidson, Thomas E. “The Last Town Standing—The Choptank Indian Town.” Maryland Archeology, 42 (March 2006): 9-14.

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Dondzila, Michael. "Master of the Corn." Shoreline, 10 (September 2003): 14-17.