In this new series, Kate Mozier-Tichy will discuss Connecticut’s current tribal peoples and go more in-depth into their histories. This first episode will cover a Native peoples’ introduction to the… Continue reading Native in Connecticut, Episode One: Introduction to the Land
NUGGET #65 Taporneck was an American Indian leader, about whom little is known; his signature or “mark” is included on the first deed from the natives to the settlers in… Continue reading Taporneck
In this episode, Kate tells us about Native involvement in the American Revolution and the impact the war had on Native peoples, particularly in Connecticut.
Kate Mozier-Tichy, a recent master’s degree recipient in Information and Library Sciences at Southern CT State University, tells us about King Philip’s War (1675-76).
Kate tells us about King Phillip’s War (1675-76), which was a pivotal conflict in the relations between the English settlers and the Natives.
Kate Mozier-Tichy tells us about the Pequot War during the period between 1636 and 1638.
Who were the Ramapo Village Indians, and what happened to them?
Learn about the original purchase of Ridgefield and the lasting influence of Native Americans in the area with Kate Mozier-Tichy, a Master’s candidate in Information and Library Sciences at Southern CT State University.