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Category:Native American tribes in Connecticut __ Index of Wikipedia articles related to Native Americans in Connecticut. - From wikipedia -

Connecticut Indian Tribes and Languages __ Information on the Native American tribes of Connecticut, with maps, reservation addresses, classroom activities and recommended history books. - From - 

Connecticut Native American Tribes ___Several tribes are listed here with contact information and links to websites where applicable. - Text only - From 500 Nations Native American SuperSite -

Connecticut Native American Tribes __ "The Encyclopedia of Connecticut: A Volume of Encyclopedia of the United States lists the following Native American groups (Indians) found in Connecticut: " - From -  

Connecticut Tribes ___A list of this state's tribes with links to tribal websites (where applicable). - Text only - From the Bauu Institute -

Connecticut Tribes __  "Although there are currently five reservations in Connecticut occupied by 19 families, most of the more than 5,000 people with Indian ancestry in the state do not live on them."  Background and a bit of history. - From -


History of Connecticut Through 1690 ___Well now, this page provides information for many subjects, including geography and history. At the end of it all, there are lesson plans which teachers will find useful. - Text only - From Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute - 

Indian Tribes of Connecticut ___Seven tribes can be found here. Tribe names which are in color and underlined are links to further information. - Text only - From AccessGenealogy -

Mattabesic ___The Mattabesic were a "a collection of a dozen, or so, small tribes which shared a common language, culture, and geographic area. The name of the Mattabesic comes from a single village on the Connecticut River near Middletown, but beyond their hereditary sachems whose authority was usually limited to a few villages, the Mattabesic tribes did not have a unifying political structure." Learn about their location, culture and history. - Text only - From Lee Sultzman - 

Original Inhabitants of Connecticut ___Not a long article, but it does list the tribes who inhabited what is now Connecticut before Europeans contact. - Text only - From - 


Ten Thousand Years of Indian Lifeways in Connecticut ___"Archaeologists and historians have documented more than 10,000 years of Indian culture in Connecticut..." Here you can read out what archaeologists have found and how they've interpreted their findings. - Text only - From Connecticut's Heritage Gateway -

Tribal Government Sources: Nations by State: Connecticut ___"The listing of tribes in these pages have been compiled in order to allow for easier access to information on the culture and history of the Native American tribes of the United States. Some of the links will have an icon next to them designating them as either Federally recognized or State recognized." - Text only - From Evergreen State College - 

Tribes and Villages of Connecticut ___A list of native tribes, councils and communities with contact information and links to their websites where available. - Text only - From Karen M. Strom - 


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