Yale Indian Papers Project relocates

January 29, 2014

In the Sterling Divinity Quadrangle scholars are using images of documents dating from the 17th century to piece together the history of Native Americans in New England.  Earlier this month, the Yale Indian Papers Project, which compiles documents related to New England’s Native American history and has been underway for over two decades, moved its headquarters from the University’s Lewis Walpole Library in Farmington, Conn., to the Divinity School. The documents include letters, missionary reports, census and land records, legislation, court cases and maps, all available to the general public through an online database.

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