We live on the original homelands of the Native American Nipmuck tribe. The Wyndham Land Trust recognizes and honors the first inhabitants of this land. We believe that to explore the indigenous past of where we live will make us better stewards for today. We hope you enjoy exploring these resources.
A wealth of information about the early history of peoples of the northeast.
In Washington, CT "IAIS preserves and educates through discovery and creativity the diverse traditions, vitality and knowledge of Native American cultures."
Explore this vast amount of material from our own CT State Library.
New York, NY
A museum of the Smithsonian, Washington, D.C.
Presenting to a "diverse audience of people from all nations, multigenerational, and local community with a passion for film and interest in Native people and life."
"The son of an American woman of Dutch heritage and a Navajo man, Mark Charles offers a unique perspective on three of the most misinterpreted words in American History. Written in the Papal Bulls of the 15th Century, embedded in our founding documents in the 18th Century, codified as legal precedent in the 19th Century and referenced by the Supreme Court in the 20th and 21st Centuries, the Doctrine of Discovery has been used throughout the history of the United States to keep "We the People" from including all the people...."