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Illustration from the book The Iroquois: Or the Bright Side of the Indian Character, by Anna Cummings Johnson, 1855. Public domain. Wikimedia Commons

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Welcome to this Gumberg Library research guide designed to point students in Dr. Specter's UCOR 102 class to a variety of print and electronic resources on Native Americans in the tri-state area in the period after the American Revolution, The information from these resources will help you to write your annotations for Massy Harbison's text on her captivity by Munsee (Lenape) and Seneca warriors.

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