Actually, these are two Algonquian languages, Mahican (Stockbridge) and Mohegan (dialects of which included Pequot, Narragansett, Montauk, or Niantic). They are closely related and have similar names--not unlike, say, Slovenian and Slovak--but are distinct. Unfortunately, the point is moot, for both languages are extinct.
1643 text written by Roger Williams, founder of Rhode Island.
Language, culture, history and genealogy. With a special question-and-answer section for kids.
Article about Mohegan language revival.
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