Shane Weeks Sees His New Book As Primer On Shinnecock Culture And History - 27 East

Shane Weeks Sees His New Book As Primer On Shinnecock Culture And History

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Shane Weeks. DANA SHAW

authorStephen J. Kotz on Mar 15, 2022
Shane Weeks, 32, a member of the Shinnecock Nation who has dedicated himself to preserving his people’s culture, is celebrating the publication of “Good Neighbors: A Shinnecock History from a... more

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