A Key into the Language of America: The Tomaquag Museum Edition

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"A Key into the Language of America: The Tomaquag Museum Edition" - Roger Williams's Key into the Language of America, first published in 1643, is one of the most important artifacts of early Indigenous American culture. In it, Roger Williams discusses the day to day experience of the Narragansett people of Rhode Island in their own words.

Author Kathleen Bragdan, PhD, professor of Anthropology.

Dawn Dove, BSEd, in Narragansett Elder, language Teacher, author, artist and culture Bearer.

Dorothy Herman Papp, MEd, is a copy editor.

Sandra Robinson, MS, is a research scientist and Narragansett language student.

Loren Spears, MSEd, is the executive director of the Tomaquag Museum, and an artist, author, and culture educator.

Publisher: Westholme Publishing, August 2019

Pages: 240

Size: 6"x 0.7"x 8.9" 

Weight: 12.8 ounces