Over 340 years have passed since the beginning of King Philip’s War and it still remains one of the most significant series of events in American history. The legacy of this devastating war is lives on in the memory of regions Native and non-Native peoples alike. The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center has embarked […]

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17th Century Encampment June 24-25, 2016
Living History Event 17th Century Encampment June 24 & 25, 2016   9:00-4:30pm at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center Come and witness Colonial English, Dutch and Native cultures including demonstrations, crafts people and re-enactors reveal military ...
Introducing the Turner’s Falls Consortium!
Introducing the Turner's Falls Consortium The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center and Anthropology Department at the University of Connecticut have been asked by the Battlefield Study Advisory Board to conduct the research phase for the ...
Research at the Gill Historical Commisson
  Our Recent Visit to Gill Historical Commission! Recently Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center staff visited the Gill Historical Commission (Gill, Massachusetts) to view local collections. Pam Shoemaker shared local knowledge and insight concerning the perspective ...
This month in King Philip’s War history
This Month in King Philip's War History: In this month... In the first weeks of July 1675 parts of Plymouth Colony and Massachusetts Bay Colony are destroyed. Seventeenth century historian Increase Mather scribed in his journal July ...