The “Organizations” tab offers a list of organizations worth considering getting involved with and/or donating to if you are serious about issues of native injustice. 

The “Bibliography” page offers a relevant list of primary and secondary literature used in this project that might also be useful for anyone looking to learn a bit more about the complex topics presented on this website.

The "Land Acknowledgment Statement" and "Lecture" tabs provide information on projects related to this very project that used this research.

Please note that photos used in the production of this website, are documented and cited in the website's item database.

I’d like to acknowledge the Moravian Church Archives, Lackawanna Historical Society, Library of Congress, Pennsylvania State Archives, Digital Public Library of America, and Smithsonian Institute for their resources which were invaluable to this project, whether physical or digital. I would also like to offer special thanks to the staff of the Lackawanna Historical Society for their allowing me to present a lecture on my research in August of 2021, and to Thomas J. McCullough of the Moravian Church Archives for his guidance and help in navigating 18th century documents often written in German that were invaluable in coming to a deeper understanding of the community at Wyalusing. Finally, I would like to thank Ms. Colleen Farry of the University of Scranton's library for her tremendous help in building and designing this website.

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