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UMass Boston Research Teams Combine Archaeology, History

Nearly $600,000 in prestigious grants awarded by the National Science Foundation are making it possible for UMass Boston archaeologists to uncover the ways in which society evolved during the Viking Age in Iceland, learn how the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation survived centuries of colonialism on a Connecticut reservation, and gain a better understanding of the interaction between African-Americans, Native Americans and Europeans on a Long Island plantation.