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An Analysis of Calluna Hill (59-73): Pequot Cultural Entanglement and Complex Consumption During the Pequot War (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William Farley.

This paper includes an overview of the Calluna Hill site (59-73) in Mystic, Connecticut, a 1637 Pequot village burned down immediately after the English siege of Mystic Fort. The site offers the opportunity to explore important methodological and theoretical questions. Here I focus on the village as the location of intense intercultural exchange and cultural entanglement. Calluna Hill offers insights into the complex ways that the Pequot consumed European-made goods and participated in...

Integrating Community, History, and Objects: Reflections on Eastern Pequot Reservation Archaeology (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephen Silliman. Katherine Sebastian Dring.

We use this paper to take stock of more than 12 years of collaboration between the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation and the University of Massachusetts Boston in the context of the Eastern Pequot Archaeological Field School. This is important to discuss in a session dedicated to a broader Pequot archaeology, as the Eastern Pequot and Mashantucket Pequot nations share many cultural, historical, and familial connections, yet have had different political and economic positions and archaeological...

A Preliminary Analysis of Calluna Hill (CT 59-73), an early 17th-century Pequot Village (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William Farley.

This paper describes the results of four seasons of field research and laboratory analyses at Calluna Hill (CT 59-73), a small Pequot village burned during the English retreat from the battle at Mystic Fort, part of the 1630s Pequot War. The project uses environmental, spatial, and artifactual data from the site to undertake a study of culture change in southern New England’s contact period in order to better understand the role of intercultural exchange in colonial settings at the domestic...