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Yale, Mohegans agree on transfer of artifacts
by Brian Hallenbeck
The Day (New London, CT) Translate This Article
17 November 2017
On 17 November 2017 The Day (New London, CT) reported:
Yale University and Mohegan tribal officials signed an agreement Friday (17 November) that calls for Yale's Peabody Museum of Natural History to transfer hundreds of Mohegan artifacts to the tribe's Tantaquidgeon Museum in Uncasville. The signing, which took place on the Yale campus, finalized a pact between two Connecticut institutions whose relationship dates back centuries. Links between Yale and the Mohegans are well established. During the 1700s, Yale President Ezra Stiles studied Mohegan language and spirituality.
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The Tantaquidgeon Museum, which dates to 1931, is the oldest Indian-owned and-operated museum in the country.
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