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  1. Passamaquoddy Ceremonial Songs: Aesthetics and Survival (Native Americans of the Northeast: History, Culture, and the Contemporary) by Ann Morrison Spinney, 2010-03-31
  2. Penobscot Passamaquoddy Wabanaki Wedding Song- As Sung in Eastport Maine - Native American Sheet Music by Penobscot Wabanaki Native American Indians, 2006
  3. Native American Legends of New England Tribes by Anonymous, 2010-04-07
  4. In the Shadow of the Eagle: A Tribal Representative in Maine by Donna M. Loring, 2008-04-30
  5. An Upriver Passamaquoddy by Allen J. Sockabasin, 2007-06-30
  6. Contribution To Passamaquoddy Folk Lore - J Walter Fewkes by J Walter Fewkes, 2010-02-20
  7. Restitution: The Land Claims of the Mashpee, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Indians of New England by Paul Brodeur, 1985-09-15
  8. Accent & Syllable Structure in Passamaquoddy (Outstanding Dissertations in Linguistics) by Philip S. LeSourd, 1992-12-01
  9. Maliseet-Passamaquoddy Verb Morphology (Canadian Museum of Civilization Mercury Series) by David Fairchild Sherwood, 1988-07
  10. Native American Tribes in Maine: Mi'kmaq, Penobscot, Norridgewock, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, Pennacook, Wesget Sipu
  11. The Algonquin Legends of New England: Or, Myths and Folk Lore of the Micmac, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot Tribes (Forgotten Books) by Charles Godfrey Leland, 2008-02-14
  12. Passamaquoddy Tests (Publications of the American Ethnological Society, 10) by John Dyneley Prince., 1921
  13. PASSAMAQUODDY/PENOBSCOT: An entry from Charles Scribner's Sons' <i>Dictionary of American History</i> by David Ghere, 2003
  14. Passamaquoddy

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42. Shadow Wolf's Indice Of Native Peoples
americans and the Environment; native americans Akwekon's Passing of Elders; Othernative American Information; passamaquoddy Literature; Paths To NAIIP Indian

43. People Of The Dawn
first encounters between native americans and Europeans in For native people, disease,increased warfare Micmac, Penobscot and passamaquoddy, known collectively
Next Koluskap made the people. With his bow he shot arrows into the trunk of an ash tree. Out of the tree stepped men and women. They were strong and graceful people with light brown skin and shiny black hair. Koluskap called them Wabanaki, "people of the dawn." PRESQUE ISLE
The Aroostook Band of Micmacs finally received federal recognition in 1991 after a long process of research and petition to the U.S. government.
The name Micmac is from mi'kmaq, derivation uncertain: possible "our kin-friends" or "people of the red earth."
The Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians received federal recognition in 1980. Since then, they have built a tribal center on their lands along the Meduxnekeag River near Houlton. Many Maliseets refer to themselves as Wolastoqiyik, "people of the Saint John River."
The Passamaquoddy Tribe has two reservations in Washington County.

44. Welcome To The Abbe Museum
native americans have lived in Maine for more than the Abbe Museum Explore Maine nativeAmerican life people members of the passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Micmac
Two Locations:
Downtown Bar Harbor
Open year-round
Sieur de Monts Spring
Open Memorial Day weekend
to mid-October
Native Americans have lived in Maine for more than 12,000 years, harvesting the abundant resources of its land and waters. They have preserved Native traditions in songs and stories, in fine basketry and wood carving.
Discover the Abbe Museum
Explore Maine Native American life and culture from the past to the present. Learn about Wabanaki people - members of the Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Micmac and Maliseet tribes - who live in Maine today.

45. HelpMELaw: Native Americans
native americans Indian Child Welfare Act Here are some frequently asked its Wabanakiclients members of the Micmac, Maliseet, passamaquoddy and Penobscot
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46. Open Directory - Bookmarks: K: Kennebec: Native Americans
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47. State Tax Withholding For Native Americans
2 is available, the PERSRU will have eligible native americans sign DD PERSRUs willclick on the native American choice under the Special passamaquoddy Tribe. ME.
27 September 2001 E-Mail ALPERSRU T/01 Personnel and Pay Procedures Manual, HRSICINST M1000.2A Introduction
This E-mail ALPERSRU announces new procedures for eligible Native American service members to claim exemption from state tax withholding.
Discussion The Department of Justice has concluded that the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act prohibits states from taxing the military compensation of a Native American service member who claims a tribal reservation as their residence and earns military compensation off the reservation by virtue of compliance with military orders.
Eligibility Native Americans who meet all of the following requirements are exempt from state income tax:
  • Claim a federally recognized tribal reservation/or Indian Country as their domicile. A list of federally recognized tribes is found in Enclosure (1) Be enrolled as a member of that federally recognized Native American tribe. Have an assigned Minority Designation Code of "3", American Indian (including Alaskan Natives). The Minority Designation code can be viewed in the PMIS database on Inquiry Screen 1.

Notification HRSIC will print an LES remark on the end-month October LES notifying members that Native Americans who claim a federally recognized tribal reservation as their domicile should contact their PERSRU to learn how they may stop state income tax withholding from their military compensation.

48. Index
Indian Island School informative links.Category Regional North America native americans......Maine Indian Education. We are proud of the students, faculty, and staffat Penobscot. Indian Island School, Indian Island, Maine. passamaquoddy.
These pages are created to celebrate the accomplishments of:
Maine Indian Education
We are proud of the students, faculty, and staff at:
Indian Island School, Indian Island, Maine
Articles on the Passamaquoddy Behind the Scenes of the Maine Indian Land Claims Case Children's Books on Native Americans Early Passamaquoddy History ... Wabanaki and Abenaki Internet Resources Beatrice Rafferty School, Pleasant Point, Maine (Web Page Under Construction)
Indian Township School, Peter Dana Point, Maine (Web Page Under Costruction)
Office of the Superintendent

Links to Our Schools
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Professional Information
(And A Look At Our History) Check out the progress on our new day care building at Indian Township Maine Indian Day Education Conference
THIS SITE HAS HAD VISITORS SINCE OCTOBER 1, 1998. Last Updated on November 30, 1998 by Ronald Jenkins

49. KIDS Report March 30, 1999: Native American Culture
for teachers and students who are doing a report on native americans. each of thefour Maine Indian tribes Maliseet, Micmac, Penobscot, and passamaquoddy.
The KIDS Report is published with the support of the Internet Scout Project and the National Science Foundation, and with a generous grant from John and Tashia Morgridge. The KIDS Report is a biweekly publication produced by K-12 students as a resource to other K-12 students. It is an ongoing, cooperative effort of 12 classrooms from around the United States. Teachers assist and provide support; however, students select, evaluate and annotate all resources included in every issue of the KIDS Report. This issue of the KIDS Report, dated March 30, 1999, was written and produced by students at Whitehorse Middle School in Madison, Wisconsin.
In This Issue
Index of Native American Resources on the Internet
This huge index is a great website for and about Native Americans. It was developed for educational purposes by one person who has a personal interest in the topic. This site will give you a lot of information about Native Americans. When you first get into this site it gives you many choices. The Galleries section is aimed at people who plan to buy Native art. A good place to go is Culture. Culture is organized by tribe and area, but also includes a search engine so you can search for information about specific tribes. Another useful link is museums. This link gives a list of links to Native American museums in the United States.

50. Suffolk University Law Library: American Indian Law Guide
the United States and native americans Avalon Project Washlaw native American Web;Seminal Supreme Court 268, Charlestown, RI 02813. passamaquoddy Tribe Indian
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Ask a Librarian Library Catalog Legal Databases Library Info ... Site Map AMERICAN INDIAN LAW GUIDE Federally recognized Indian tribes are sovereign nations with their own set of laws, regulations and court systems. As you begin your research, be sure to review State, Federal and Tribal materials. This web guide focuses on Massachusetts and Federal American Indian Law materials, with links to general and tribal websites, caselaw, statutes, regulations, and select law review articles. The Suffolk University Moakley Law Library has many related materials in the treatises section on the 5th floor and in the reference collection on the 6th floor. Be sure to consult the Library's online catalog for more detail. TABLE OF CONTENTS
Major Web Sites

New England Tribes

Other Tribes

Massachusetts Cases
... Law Review Articles

51. Rain_Sparrow's Online Native American Resources
list provides updates on current events affecting native americans, from legal linksI found at Laura Brooks' native American Political Site passamaquoddy Links.
Rain Sparrow's Online Native American Resources
I have compiled a list of links to various Native American sites (below). Many of them I found on the Native American Story Circle mailing list, which I subscribe to. This list provides updates on current events affecting Native Americans, from legal issues to pow wow schedules. If you are interested in being added to this list, send an email to Laura Brooks' Native American Political Site Please note: the inclusion or exclusion of any given link should not be taken as a political statement, particularly when it comes to inter-tribal or intra-tribal disputes. These links are those that I happen to have found either on the sources mentioned above or in my own net travels. It has come to my attention that at least some of the links are considered controversial because of disagreements over whether people in certain geographic areas are actually part of a given tribe. It is well beyond the scope of this page at this time to make a statement about who is or isn't part of a particular tribe and by what definition(s). The links are provided to assist others in research, and learning about people who claim to be part of a tribe, legitimately so or not, can be an important part of one's research. I am working on getting the links annotated, and I will include such information as I become aware of it. So, if you encounter a site that would fall into this category, please let me know, either by

52. Winter 2001 MaineArts Mag - Abbe Museum - Maine Arts Commission
Photographs and Text by Martin Neptune, Penobscot/passamaquoddy. Neptune's color DavisGallery, introduces visitors to contemporary native americans in Maine.

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Opening Day for Year-Round Abbe Museum Attracts 1,000 The new, year-round Abbe Museum in downtown Bar Harbor. Photo by Peter Travers. More than 1,000 visitors attended the Grand Opening Celebration for the Abbe Museum's new, year-round museum in downtown Bar Harbor on September 29. A celebration for Abbe members on September 28, attracted more than 400 guests. "We were delighted by the large numbers of people who attended the opening events at the museum, and by their enthusiastic response to the new Abbe," said Diane Kopec, director. "Our guests included a wonderful mix of local people and out-of-town visitors. We were especially pleased that so many Native Americans traveled from their homes to join us in celebrating the new Abbe." On view in the new Abbe is "Wabanaki: People of the Dawn," a graphically rich, permanent exhibition introducing visitors to the contemporary Native communities of Maine. Installed in the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Gallery, it includes a selection of objects from the Abbe's collections that demonstrate the enduring traditions of Native people. Native voices are heard in a new 10-minute video, "Wisdom of the Elders," edited by Rhonda Frey, Penobscot/Passamaquoddy, and featuring an interview with Wayne Newell, Passamaquoddy. Ms. Frey worked on the video under a collaborative internship with local filmmaker David Westphal and Betts Swanton of the Abbe Museum, project director.

53. Home Pages For Individual Native Americans
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54. Casino Gambling Exploits Native Americans
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58. NativeTech: Native American Porcupine Quill Embroidery
Exquisite Maliseetpassamaquoddy quilled birchbark containers were not often produced Ingeneral, quillworking flourished among native americans until the mid
NativeTech: Native American Technology and Art Porcupine Quill Embroidery
by Tara Prindle

Delaware and Ojibway Quilled
Knife Sheaths (Orchard 1984) Porcupine Quillwork is perhaps the oldest form Native American embroidery, and was a widespread form of decoration for Great Lakes and Plains peoples living within the natural range of the porcupine. The quills are folded, twisted, wrapped, plaited and sewn using a wide range of techniques to embellish articles of clothing, bags, knifesheaths, baskets, and wooden handles and pipe stems.
Native Americans in 17th century New England were long familiar with quill embroidery, they used porcupine quills to decorate their clothing and accessories, and to decorate containers of birchbark as well. European accounts from the 1600's refer to several dye colors (black, blue, red and yellow for examples) for porcupine quills embroidered on baskets, bags and mats.
A few rare examples of 17th century hemp and basswood bags have survived the centuries. A Mohegan bag woven of Indian Hemp in the 1600's has a design embroidered with purple-black porcupine quills. The design on the Mohegan bag consists of two thin horizontal bands of solid color placed within three thicker bands of solid color which has been further broken into a series of geometric diamond and triangular shapes around the circumference of the bag. Other accounts from the 1600's describing New England Native Americans, include descriptions of designs: birds, beasts, fishes and flowers in colors placed upon baskets.

59. RedwebzCommunity Directory
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60. NAT-LANG (1994): Re: CNN Documentary On Native Americans
the giant hydroplant project is a huge issue), and the passamaquoddy of Maine. inreply to Richard T. Griffiths CNN Documentary on native americans ; Next in
Re: CNN Documentary on Native Americans
Bruce Dembling
Wed, 20 Jul 1994 21:46:39 -0400
One of the more interesting (to me anyway) Native American language revival
attempts is that of the Mohawks, especially on the Kahnawake reserve just
outside Montreal. As you may know, a law was passed in Quebec some years
back requiring all students in Quebec schools to be educated through the
medium of French. The Mohawks of Kahnawake, who have had a long history of
bad relations with French Canada, resisted by setting up their own school,
the Survival School, to foster the Mohawk language. This issue ties in with
the overall picture of Mohawk relations with Quebec and Canada (and the U.S.),
and you probably remember the violent standoff at Oka in 1990.

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