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ZDH-283303-22Agency-wide Projects: ARP-Organizations (Digital humanities-related)Mashantucket Pequot Tribal NationCommon Unities: Possession, Dispossession, and Community in Tunxis Land Records, 1640-182611/1/2021 - 3/31/2023$189,983.00PaulJosephGrant-Costa   Mashantucket Pequot Tribal NationMashantucketCT06338-3804USA2021Cultural HistoryARP-Organizations (Digital humanities-related)Agency-wide Projects18998301899830

The creation of ten new jobs and the development of an open-access collection of documents on the 18th-century history of the two Tunxis reservations in Farmington, Connecticut.

Set out in 1640, two Tunxis Indian reservations in Farmington, CT were among the earliest established in America. To more fully understand parts of Farmington as a distinctly Indigenous place, we propose to explore the theme of “A More Perfect Union” through the lens of land transfers by the Tunxis as individuals and as a communal entity for over 180 years.