Sources for Native Americans in the Colonial Adirondacks

Carpenter, Roger M.. The Renewed, the Destroyed, and the Remade: The Three Thought Worlds of the Huron and the Iroquois, 1609-1650. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2004.

Iroquois Wars. Ed. Anthony P. Schiavo 1971- and Claudio R. Salvucci. Bristol, PA: Evolution Pub., 2003.

Funk, Robert E., and Robert D. Kuhn. Three Sixteenth-Century Mohawk Iroquois Village Sites /. Albany, NY: New York State Museum/New York State Education Department, 2003.

“Mahican.” Northeast Indians (1999): 1.

Branda~o, Jose´ Anto´nio. “Your Fyre Shall Burn no More”: Iroquois Policy Toward New France and its Native Allies to 1701. Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 1997.

In Mohawk Country: Early Narratives about a Native People. Ed. Dean R. Snow, Charles T. Gehring, and William A. Starna. 1st ed. ed. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1996.

Trigger, Bruce G. “The Mohawk-Mahican War (1624-28): The Establishment of a Pattern.” The Mohawk-Mahican war (1624-28): the establishment of a pattern (1990): 125-33.

Hagerty, Gilbert W. Wampum, War, and Trade Goods, West of the Hudson. Interlaken, N.Y.: Heart of the Lakes Pub., 1985, 1984.

Jennings, Francis. The Ambiguous Iroquois Empire: The Covenant Chain from its Beginnings to the Lancaster Treaty of 1744. New York: Norton, 1984.

Gilman, Carolyn. Where Two Worlds Meet: The Great Lakes Fur Trade. Ed. Minnesota Historical Society. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1982.

Brasser, Ted J. Riding on the Frontier’s Crest: Mahican Indian Culture and Culture Change. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1974.

Trigger, Bruce G. “The Mohawk-Mahican War (1624-28): The Establishment of a Pattern.” Canadian Historical Review 51 (1971): 276-86.

Hertzberg, Hazel W. The Great Tree and the Longhouse: The Culture of the Iroquois. New York: Macmillan, 1966.

Sylvester, Nathaniel Bartlett. Historical Sketches of Northern New York and the Adirondack Wilderness: Including Traditions of the Indians, Early Explorers, Pioneer Settlers, Hermit Hunters, &c. Troy, N.Y.: W.H. Young, 1877.

Mohican Seminar 2: The Challenge, an Algonquian Peoples Seminar; Algonquian Peoples Seminar Mohican Seminar Two Challenge, an Algonquian Peoples Seminar. Ed. Dunn, Shirley W. and New York State Museum. Albany, N.Y.: University of the State of New York, State; Education Dept.: New York State Museum [distributor]; 2005.

Proceedings of the 1992 People to People Conference: Selected Papers. Ed. Charles F. Hayes, Connie Cox Bodner, and Lorraine P. Saunders. Rochester, N.Y.; Research Division of the Rochester Museum & Scienc; Center, 1994.

“Mohawk Indians.” <>.

“The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents Volume 33.” 4/26/2007 <>.

Cunard, Sherwyn Faye. Culture Contact and its Impact on Dress: Iroquois Indian Costume 1600-1900. [Ithaca, N. Y.] 1973.

Jamieson, Paul F. Adirondack Canoe Waters: North Flow. Ed. Donald Morris 1950-. 3rd ed., rev. 1994 ed. Lake George, N.Y.: Adirondack Mountain Club, Inc., 1994, c1987.

Morgan, Lewis Henry. Map of Ho-De-no-Sau-Nee-Ga: Or the Territories of the Localities, and the Courses of their Principal Trails; Territories of the People of the Long House. [Rochester, N.Y.: Sage and brother, 1851].

Norton, Thomas Elliot. The Fur Trade in Colonial New York, 1686-1776. [Madison] University of Wisconsin Press [1974].

Pritchard, Evan T.. No Word for Time: The Way of the Algonquin People. Tulsa, OK: Council Oak Books, 1997.

Richter, Daniel K. The Ordeal of the Longhouse: The Peoples of the Iroquois League in the Era of European Colonization. Ed. Institute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg,Va.). Chapel Hill: Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press, c1992.

Snow, Dean R. Mohawk Valley Archaeology. Ed. State University of New York at Albany. Institute for and Archaeological Studies. 1st ed. ed. University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State; University, Matson Museum of Anthropology, 1995.

Snyderman, George Simon. Behind the Tree of Peace; a Sociological Analysis of Iroquois Warfare. Philadelphia, 1948.

Starna, William A., and José António Brandã. “From the Mohawk-Mahican War to the Beaver Wars: Questioning the Pattern.” Ethnohistory 51: 725-50.

Sulavik, Stephen. Adirondack: Of Indians and Mountains, 1535-1838. Fleischmanns, N.Y.: Purple Mountain Press ; Blue Mountain; Lake, N.Y.: Adirondack Museum, c2005.

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