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The Wampanoag Genealogical History of Martha"s Vineyard, Massachusetts

Jay Segel

The Wampanoag Genealogical History of Martha"s Vineyard, Massachusetts

Referenced to Banks" History of Martha"s Vineyard, Mass.

by Jay Segel

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Published by Genealogical Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genealogy,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages1
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7940919M
    ISBN 100806317191
    ISBN 109780806317199

    WESTPORT — Professional genealogist Andrew Pierce has spent more than 20 years researching the histories of hundreds of Wampanoag families who have called Martha’s Vineyard home through the.   The Gay Head Wampanoag Indians lived on Martha’s Vineyard for thousands of years, and for the last they never gave up trying to keep their land and remain a sovereign tribe. Early on they figured out how to best the English colonists at their own legal games. In the end, despite many, many setbacks, they succeeded in taking back their land.

      Coombs explains that Aquinnah was one of the 69 original villages of the Wampanoag Nation on the Vineyard. When the English arrived in the . Chester Soliz, D61, grew up in the Wampanoag community in Mashpee, Mass. Of the people who lived in Mashpee during the ’30s and ’40s, only one family was non-Indian. But the history Soliz learned in school never mentioned the Wampanoag, or much about Indians at all. When Soliz pointed this out to his mother, a woman who could trace her lineage back four centuries to the.

    Martha's Vineyard, with Chappaquiddick, No-Man's-Land, and the Elizabeth Islands comprise the County of Dukes County, which was incorporated November 1, The county was named for the Duke of York by the first governor, Thomas Mayhew, who was hoping thereby to gain royal favor. There are six towns on Martha's Vineyard. Wampanoag is probably derived from Wapanoos, first documented on Adriaen Block's map, which was the earliest European representation of Wampanoag territory. The word is a Delaware term for "Easterners" or literally "People of the Dawn", and based on information provided by the people whom Block encountered in the lower Hudson Valley.. In , John Smith erroneously referred to the entire.


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Jerome D. Segel. Nineteenth-century New England genealogists largely ignored Native Americans, who, despite centuries in the area, had been marginalized and forgotten.

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This work is the first to explore the rich heritage of these native :   The Wampanoag Tribe of Martha's Vineyard is his third book with The History Press, following Mystery on the Vineyard () and African Americans of Martha's Vineyard ().

Tom drives a school bus during the year and a tour bus in season. Before Bartholomew Gosnold renamed the island Martha’s Vineyard init was called Noepe by the Wampanoag, meaning “land amid the waters.”.

Many Wampanoag still live on aboriginal lands on the southwestern end of the Island, a 3,acre peninsula called Aquinnah. The Wampanoag Genealogical History of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts Referenced to Banks' History of Martha's Vineyard, Mass (Book): Segel, Jerome D.

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Jerome D. Segel and R. Andrew Pierce, The Wampanoag genealogical history of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts: referenced to Banks' History of Martha's Vineyard, Mass. (Baltimore, ), v. 1 (ix, pp.). WorldCat (Other Libraries); FHL book D2s.

Note: Volume 2 will be the genealogical compilation of this work. The Wampanoag people have lived for thousands of years on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. “Wampanoag” means “People of the First Light.” Before Benjamin Gosnold renamed the island Martha’s Vineyard init was called Noepe by the Wampanoag, meaning “land amid the waters.”.

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Volume 1: Island History, People and Places from Sustained Contact Through the Early Federal Period; by Jerome D. Segel and R. Andrew Pierce; x + pp; Hardcover; Published: ; ISBN: ; Item # GPCMassachusetts: Dukes: Martha's Vineyard: The Wampanoag Genealogical History of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.

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