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Mamanock Neck

Mamanock Neck

Land United To Another

On Mamanock Neck,  a prehistoric Woodland camp and quartz arrowhead workshop site was found. Much of the material culture in this area suggesting human settlement was pottery fragments. The area of Mamanock Neck covers the entirety of the neck of […]

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The original purpose of the Shinnecock Oyster Project was to develop a shellfish production system through the means of a hatchery that is versatile to rear a variety of shellfish. It began when the Shinnecock tribe applied for a grant […]

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Appaquogue

Appaquogue

A Place Where Flags Grow

Appaquogue is an important site that was once used to harvest cat-tail flag reeds for wigwam creation – thus receiving the name “a place where flags grow.” Today, the pond is known as Lily Pond. On the edge of the water, […]

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Ayeuonganit Wampum Ayimꝏup

Ayeuonganit Wampum Ayimꝏup

In This Place, Wampum Was Made

Ayeuonganit Wampum Ayimꝏup, Here, Wampum Was Made, also known as Parrish Pond, is the site of a former Shinnecock wampum-manufacturing site. In 2000, a protest led by Shinnecock tribal member Rebecca Genia began at Parrish Pond. Despite a peaceful protest, […]

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A small 17th century flaking workshop was found here, north of a large village site. Three thousand stone scrapers were found on the surface, collected since the 1880s.

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Ashawagh

Ashawagh

Land between the streams

Ashawagh is a pre-contact Montaukett settlement on the edge of Copeces, now Hand’s Creek. Shell heaps in the area suggest intense wampum manufacturing. This place was particularly important for hunting, fishing, and camping.

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  • Mamanock Neck

    Mamanock Neck

    Early Woodland, Late Woodland

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  • Shinnecock Oyster Project

    Shinnecock Oyster Project

    Contemporary

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  • Appaquogue

    Appaquogue

    Late Woodland

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  • Ayeuonganit Wampum Ayimꝏup

    Ayeuonganit Wampum Ayimꝏup

    Early Woodland, Late Woodland

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  • Hallock Site

    Hallock Site

    Late Woodland

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  • Ashawagh

    Ashawagh

    Late Woodland

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