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Bibliography for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island, 16th – 21st  Page 1
Bibliography for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island, 16th – 21st  Page 2
Bibliography for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island, 16th – 21st  Page 3
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Bibliography for Studies of American Indians in and Around Rhode Island, 16th – 21st  Page 6
 

Blogs/Webpages/Links about Barkhamsted Lighthouse and Chagum’s

Ritaroberts’s Blog:   Archaeology and The Legend of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse: http://ritaroberts.wordpress.com/archaeology-and-the-legend-of-the-barkhamsted-lighthouse/

 Chaugham/Barber – William Brackett: http://www.rockvillemama.com/chaugham.htm

 

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  1. Hello, Thankyou for leaving the message on my blog.I am so pleased to hear from you and thankyou for reading my blog post about the Barkhamstead Lighthouse. I am fascinated with all your research.Would you like me to refer to your blog on mine for others to read as there has been a lot of interest. By the way I have always been interested in the Native Americans.Please keep in touch.

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    • I would be greatly honored by the link back! You are free to link to any thing I have on my blog! It is a fascinating story and I am very honored to be a descendant of these Native American~ Even thou I have 20+ years of research behind me I am “just starting” I can’t wait to see what the next 20+ holds! I travel extensively and record as much as I can on my research (always adding new videos and such) feel free to contact me personally at conidubois@ymail.com with any questions or comments~

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  2. Hello,do I call you Coni? Thankyou so much for the link. And may I say congratulations on your dedication in all the work put into the Barkhamstead Lighthouse story. You must be very proud of your family history. I will put a link on my blog to yours.I have had a friend from Colorado staying with us and she has the same interest in the Native Americans, We met for the first time after corresponding for 4 years,we had a great time together. Looking forward to more on your blog Thanks again.
    Best wishes Rita.

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  3. Thank You Rita! Constance is my name but everyone calls me Coni!! This has become my life’s work – even after 20 years of work I still have a lot to uncover! Can’t wait for the next 20 years to be honest – have so much more to do and see~ Thank You for the link back and share as much as you like – such a beautiful story and one I am very proud to be a descendant of~

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