Resources and Further Reading

Further Reading

Archaeological Information

  • Connecticut’s Indigenous People, by Dr. Lucianne Lavin
  • 6LF21 by Dr. Roger Moeller
  • The Archaeology of New York State, by William A. Ritchie
  • Native Forts of the Long Island Sound Area, Edited by Gaynell Stone
  • The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology, by Timothy Darvill
  • Flintknapping: Making and Understanding Stone Tools, by John C. Whittaker
  • Lithics: Macroscopic Approaches to Analysis, by William Andrefsky Jr.
  • Field Methods in Archaeology by Thomas R. Hester), Harry J. Shafer, Kenneth L. Feder
  • Archaeological Society of Connecticut Bulletins
  • IAIS Research Manuscript Series

Ethnohistorical Reading

  • A Key into the Language of Woodsplint Baskets, Edited by Ann McMullen and Russell G. Handsman
  • Memories of Sweetgrass, by Adelphena Logan
  • Rooted Like the Ash Tree, New England Indians and the Land, Edited by Richard G. Carlson

Websites to Visit

Office of State Archeology/Connecticut Archaeology Center

State Historic Preservation Office Commission on Culture & Tourism Historic Preservation and Museum division (includes State Historic Preservation Office)

Institute for American Indian Studies (IAIS)

Archaeological Society of Connecticut

Central Connecticut State University African-American Archaeology Studies

Connecticut Underwater Archaeology

Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center

Peabody Museum of Natural History

Bruce Museum

Primitive Technologist Jim Dina