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Yale University (New Haven, CT 06510-1703)
Paul Joseph Grant-Costa (Project Director: December 2012 to May 2017)
The New England Indian Papers Series: State of Connecticut Collection, 1783-1869

Preparation for online publication of a critical edition of primary source materials about Native Americans in Connecticut from 1783 to 1869. (36 months)

Organized to address a lack of published records on New England Indians, The Yale Indian Papers Project is a scholarly editing endeavor to publish thousands of primary source documents on the region's Native peoples and communities. Its electronic archives offers new modes of access to significant historical information, bringing together otherwise dispersed material into one critical body of work for the purposes of investigation, analysis, and teaching. Merging innovative technology, modern editing practices, and current scholarly insight from multiple disciplines and communities, the Project brings the study of New England Indians into the 21st century. By this proposal, Yale University requests a Scholarly Editions & Translation Grant for the editorial preparation and electronic publication of The State of Connecticut Collection, 1783-1869, which comprises materials written for, about, and by Connecticut Indians from the American Republic up through the Civil War.

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Project fields:
Native American Studies

Scholarly Editions and Translations

Research Programs

$225,000 (approved)
$224,992 (awarded)

Grant period:
3/1/2014 – 12/31/2016