Resource List (this list is just a brief starting place—many of the websites listed below include resource lists, and the Cook Library has additional resources)
Closer to home
- Brooks, Lisa. Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip’s War
- Caduto, Michael J. A Time Before New Hampshire. The Story of a Land and Native Peoples.
- McBride, Bunny. Women of the Dawn.
- Savageau, Cheryl. Dirt Road Home.
- Savageau, Cheryl. Mother/Land.
- Savageau, Cheryl. Out of the Crazywoods.
- Senier, Siobhan, ed. Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England.
- Abenaki History
- Dawnland Signals radio show
- Dawnland Voices 2.0: Indigenous Writing from New England and the Northeast
- Indigenous New Hampshire Collaborative Collective
- NH Commission on Native American Affairs
- Our Beloved Kin: Remapping a New History of King Philip’s War
- Wabanaki REACHfrom Wabanaki REACH: Resources for Truth, Healing and Change in Wabanaki Territory (videos/films, articles, books)
- Abbe Museum
- Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum
- Ndakinna Education Center
- Strawberry Banke: People of the Dawnland exhibit
- Bruchac, Joseph. Found.
- Bruchac, Joseph. Rez Dogs.
- Perrow, Angeli, and Heather Austin. Many Hands: A Penobscot Indian Story.
- Savageau, Cheryl, and Robert Hynes. Muskrat Will Be Swimming.
- Dunbar-Ortiz, Roxanne. An Indigenous People’s History of the United States.
- Treuer, David. The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present.