Beginning with a scene from Edward Winslow’s Good News From New England, this chapter introduces key methodologies and contexts. It introduces central figures, including Weetamoo, James Printer, and Mary Rowlandson, and key places, including Pocasset, the Harvard Indian College, and the Wabanaki Northern Front. It frames interpretive lenses, including Indigenous languages, the “archive of the land,” reading scenarios and digital mapping.
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