"A Mean Business": Wartime Security, Sovereignty, and Southern New England Indians, 1689-1713
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Connecticut colony used wartime restrictions to curtail indigenes' political autonomy and gain additional control over Native land and labor. However, Mohegan leaders in particular saw these restrictions for what they were: an assault on Indian sovereignty and independence.
Carrol, Brian D. "'A Mean Business': Wartime Security, Sovereignty, and Southern New England Indians, 1689-1713." Connecticut History Review 54, no. 2 (Fall 2015): 217-242. https://www.jstor.org/stable/44370298
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