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Golden Hill Indians of the Paugussett Indian Nation -
"Descendants of aproud people, thousands of whom inhabited hundreds of square miles of land running from Orange/Woodbridge in New Haven County through Fairfield County to Greenwich, and extending North into Eastern Litchfield County up to the Massachusetts border. They farmed, fished and hunted, often moving the villages with the seasons." - Golden Hill Indians web site.

Indians of Connecticut -
"At the coming of the white settlers to Connecticut the aborigines were divided into several tribes. The strongest of which were the Pequots, a warlike people, who, at some previous date, had migrated from the vicinity of the Hudson River. They had subdued the other tribes, seizing a section of country in the vicinity of the mouth of the Thames river for themselves and exacted tribute from the neighboring tribes." - quote from the web site.

Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center -
"The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center is a new tribally owned-and-operated, state-of-the-art complex located in Mashantucket, Conn. Opened on August 11, 1998, it presents the rich history of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, the histories and cultures of other tribes, and the region's natural history through a series of innovative presentations." - quote from the web site.

Native Americans of Quinnechtukqut -
"This will begin a series of historical sketches on Native Americans of the area we know as Connecticut (alternative spelling: Quinnehtukqut - "place of the long river"). Our information is based on the writings of the late historian Mathias Spiess. " - quote from the web site.

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