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James T. Powers is an historian, archaeologist, lecturer, author, and educator for 40 years. His interests and expertise include local prehistoric and historic archeology and the study of 17th through 19th century New England history and culture. Throughout his career James has studied and taught about Indigenous American life and culture. His interest in the local indigenous Quinnipiac people and his desire to share the story of the Quinnipiac experience and consciousness, has been furthered through his research involved in the establishment of the Quinnipiac Dawnland Museum at the Dudley Farm Museum in Guilford, Ct. where he currently serves on the board of directors and is a founding member. James is also a student and practitioner of Celtic and Native American Shamanism which has given him insights into how those belief systems have shaped the world view of cultures where shamanism is practiced. James lives in Durham, Connecticut. Websites: https://authorjtpowers.com and www.journey-insights.com