“A Prince Went up a Tree” traces the reversal of unlettered Native and lettered colonist in the Wampanoag Bible (1663). Focusing on the acorn-shaped printers' flowers that obsessively decorate the Bible, the article follows the Restoration motif that cleverly appropriates Charles II's escape in an oak tree from English pottery, snuffboxes, and delicate cut-paper work across the Atlantic to the first printing press at Harvard college and the Wôpanâak Language Reclamation Project.

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