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Participant name: Paul Grant-Costa

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HC-276442-20Digital Humanities: Cooperative Agreements and Special Projects (Digital Humanities)Mashantucket Pequot Tribal NationOn Our Own Ground: Pequot Community Papers, 1813-1849 - Recording daily life in two of Connecticut’s Native Communities6/15/2020 - 12/31/2020$179,578.00PaulJosephGrant-Costa   Mashantucket Pequot Tribal NationMashantucketCT06338-3804USA2020Cultural HistoryCooperative Agreements and Special Projects (Digital Humanities)Digital Humanities1795780176057.940

The creation of editor and editorial assistant positions and support for community scholars to facilitate the continuation of a digital project on the history of New England tribal communities.

The Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center and Native Northeast Research Collaborative propose to transcribe, edit, annotate and publish online, a series of 19th-Century Eastern and Mashantucket Pequot manuscript overseer reports. The records detail the income and expenses of two Native communities and include debt accounting through goods and services delivered to tribal members and income derived from land rental or labor, providing unique insights into the daily lives of Native people in Early Republic Connecticut. Tribal representatives will review content, work collaboratively with Editors in the annotation process, adding information, commentary and perspective. The efforts will result in a collection of more than 100 previously unpublished, freely-accessible high-quality images, two forms of transcriptions, metadata, interactive biographies and commentary for tribal, scholarly, educational and public use.

RQ-249929-16Research Programs: Scholarly Editions and TranslationsYale UniversityThe New England Indian Papers Series: The Massachusetts Collection, First Contact to 186910/1/2016 - 9/30/2019$305,000.00PaulJosephGrant-Costa   Yale UniversityNew HavenCT06510-1703USA2016Native American StudiesScholarly Editions and TranslationsResearch Programs3050000300315.90

Preparation for digital publication of a scholarly critical edition of primary source materials about Native Americans in Massachusetts from 1649 to 1869. See website at http://yipp.yale.edu/.

The project will consist of the first three years of the editorial preparation and electronic publication of a portion of the second state series, The Massachusetts Collection. This effort will begin the creation of a fundamental base of historical documentation assembled from primary source materials on the Native Americans who lived within the geographical limits of the colonies of Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay, their history, culture, and long interactions with Euro-Americans in what is now the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Editors propose to transcribe, annotate, and publish 900 recently digitized primary source materials dating from 1649 to 1869 from the Indian collections within several different archives.

RQ-50471-10Research Programs: Scholarly Editions and TranslationsYale UniversityThe New England Indian Papers Series: The Connecticut Colony Collection, 1603-17839/1/2010 - 2/28/2014$250,000.00PaulJosephGrant-Costa   Yale UniversityNew HavenCT06510-1703USA2010Native American StudiesScholarly Editions and TranslationsResearch Programs25000002500000

Preparation for online publication of a scholarly critical edition of Connecticut Native American primary source materials. (36 months)

The Yale Indian Papers Project is a cooperative endeavor among Yale University, the Connecticut State Library, the Connecticut Historical Society, the Massachusetts Archives, and the National Archives (U.K.) to address the dearth of published primary source materials on Connecticut Indians. It intends to fill this informational gap by creating an open-access virtual repository containing digital images of a series of relevant Connecticut Native American documents with corresponding transcriptions and annotations to be prepared during the proposed grant period and presented as The New England Indian Papers Series: The Connecticut Colony Collection, 1603-1783.

RQ-50742-13Research Programs: Scholarly Editions and TranslationsYale UniversityThe New England Indian Papers Series: State of Connecticut Collection, 1783-18693/1/2014 - 12/31/2016$225,000.00PaulJosephGrant-Costa   Yale UniversityNew HavenCT06510-1703USA2013Native American StudiesScholarly Editions and TranslationsResearch Programs2250000224992.320

Preparation for online publication of a critical edition of primary source materials about Native Americans in Connecticut from 1783 to 1869. (36 months)

Organized to address a lack of published records on New England Indians, The Yale Indian Papers Project is a scholarly editing endeavor to publish thousands of primary source documents on the region's Native peoples and communities. Its electronic archives offers new modes of access to significant historical information, bringing together otherwise dispersed material into one critical body of work for the purposes of investigation, analysis, and teaching. Merging innovative technology, modern editing practices, and current scholarly insight from multiple disciplines and communities, the Project brings the study of New England Indians into the 21st century. By this proposal, Yale University requests a Scholarly Editions & Translation Grant for the editorial preparation and electronic publication of The State of Connecticut Collection, 1783-1869, which comprises materials written for, about, and by Connecticut Indians from the American Republic up through the Civil War.

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.