For over two decades, the Native Northeast Research Collaborative (formerly the Yale Indian Papers Project) has addressed an urgent need for reliable primary source material on the Northeast region’s Indigenous peoples. The project is a sweeping digital humanities initiative that was established in response to conversations among New England tribes, academics, and researchers who were limited in their efforts to research and advocate for Indigenous issues. Since 2010, a series of NEH-funded digitization projects have helped the collaborative publish materials spanning three centuries in partnerships with Indigenous communities. These publications have greatly expanded academic and community access to Indigenous histories.
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