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Online resources about the Mahican
Hendrick Apaumut: Christian-Mahican Prophet
Author: Wheeler, Rachel
Description: This journal article by Rachel Wheeler in the Journal of the Early Republic details the Christian and Mahican philosophy espoused by Hendrick Apaumut in his leadership of the Stockbridge-Mahican tribe. Project Muse subscription is required to view this article – please contact your local public or college/university library for assistance.
Mahican History by Lee Sultzman
Author: Lee Sultzman
Description: History of the Mahican people by Lee Sultzman from the First Nations website.
Mohicans Still Exist
Author: Steve Comer
Description: This is a brief history of the Mohican Nation by Steve Comer, and enrolled member.
Mohicans, New York State, Hudson Valley
Author: Debra Winchell
Description: This site is created by Debra Winchell, who is part Mohican. It presents the history, culture, and current issues of the Mohican people. It also provides links to additional Mohican resources.
Stockbridge Munsee Tribe of Mohican Indians: The Muh-he-ka-ne-ok
Author: Robert Shubinski MD/BraveArrow
Description: This site presents an extensive history of the Mohican people written by Robert Shubinski, with input from various tribal elders. In addition to the history of the people, it provides a collection of Mohican words, information about their original homeland, customs, and suggestions for additional reading about the Mohicans.
Author: Milwaukee Public Museum
Description: Short history of the Stockbridge-Munsee people, who descended from the Mohicans (also known as Mahicans or Mahikans) and the Munsee Delawares. Description of their migration to Wisonsin under the leadership of their sachem Hendrick Aupaumut.
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