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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

61. NAT-EDU (January-June, 1994): Learning With And About Native Americans
first hand correct information on native americans. link with several native Americanelementary Hopi, Blackfoot, Cherokee, passamaquoddy, Chinook, Mashstucket
Learning with and about Native Americans
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Subject: Learning with and about Native Americans

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Subject: Learning with and about Native Americans

From: RALPH M. HAMMOND, DAVIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 410 DAVIS ROAD. BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01730 Internet"" We are looking for elementary schools where the enrollment is primarily Native Americans. At Davis School we have been working on a project of email sharing with students from many cultures. Last year we worked with a school in Nepal. This year we are working with a school in Denmark, and next year we hope to work with several schools where we can learn first hand correct information on Native Americans. Actually

62. Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Library Booklist: Native Americans - Curriculum And
native americans Curriculum and Bibliography List. KEEPERS OF THE NIGHT native americansTORIES RESOURCE BOOK ABOUT PENOBSCOT, passamaquoddy, MALISEET, MICMAC
Henry J. Cadbury Library Booklist
Native Americans:
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About the PYM Library
Index of Booklists Distant Borrowing
Curriculum and Activity Materials
  • ALL MY RELATIONS: SHARING NATIVE VALUES THROUGH THE ARTS. Compiled by Catherine Verrall in consultation with Lenore Keeshig-Tobias. Canadian Alliance in Solidarity with Native Peoples, 1988. various pagings. Includes stories, poetry, drama, games, art activities, songs, and symbols. Caduto, Michael J. and Joseph Bruchac. KEEPERS OF LIFE: DISCOVERING PLANTS THROUGH NATIVE AMERICAN STORIES AND EARTH ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN. Fulcrum Pub., 1994. 265p., illus. Caduto, Michael J. and Joseph Bruchac. KEEPERS OF THE ANIMALS: NATIVE AMERICAN STORIES AND WILDLIFE ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN. Fulcrum, 1991. 266p., illus. See also separate Teachers Guide. Caduto, Michael J. and Joseph Bruchac. KEEPERS OF THE EARTH: NATIVE AMERICAN STORIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN. Fulcrum, 1988. 209p., illus. A good combination of traditional Native American stories and science studies. See also separate Teachers Guide.

63. Nativeam3
passamaquoddy Myths This site was provided by Destination Maine. Technology and ArtThis excellent site shows many of the skills of Woodland native americans.
Welcome to the Third Grade Native American Resource Page! General Resources Germantown N. A. Resources (Created for a third grade unit) Wiscassett Primary School (Created by students in third grade) Tom Matsumoto School (Created by the fifth grade students) Bibliography of Student Native American Stories Housing Types This shows pre-European contact houses by region. Native Recipes This site shows some recipes from various regions. Native American Clip Art Northwestern Native Americans Germantown Resources An excellent page about N. A. of the Northwest. The Legend of the First Totem Pole A legend of the Northwest. Totem Poles Totem Poles Totem Poles Potlatch Do you know what a potlatch is? Native Americans of the Northwest This is a general resource. Two Legends Two Northwest legends. Southwestern Native Americans Germantown Resources Another excellent page for third graders! Southwest N. A. This site has information on several different tribes. Navajo Site This is an interesting Navajo site. Native Cooking This site has recipes from the Southwest. Native Ruins This site has pictures of Southwest ruins.

64. NativeWeb Resources: Native American Tribal Pages
all the various groups of native americans in the Navajo Nation, the largest nativeAmerican tribe Pleasant Point passamaquoddy Reservation, passamaquoddy, 345.

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    Interviews with native americans were a source for this map America The first fieldrecordings of native American music contain passamaquoddy songs, tales
    1492: An Ongoing Voyage
    An excellent historical site from the Library of Congress Exhibitions page. Insight and analysis on the first encounters of Native Americans and Europeans.
    Carlisle Indian Industrial School
    This site honors the students and documents the history of the former Pennsylvania school designed to "civilize" Native American students..
    Indian Settlements
    An anonymous French map of eastern Wisconsin from the colonial period showing the location of several Native American tribes. From the Library of Congress's American Treasures Collection.
    A Narrative of Uncommon Suffering
    The first published slave narrative is also an early captivity narrative. Among the adventures of an escaped slave is capture by "cannibalis tic Indians." From Library of Congress pages.
    Samuel De Champlain's 1607 Map
    Samuel De Champlain's 1607 Map of New England and Canada. Interviews with Native Americans were a source for this map. From the Library of Congress pages.
    The Voices of America
    The first field recordings of Native American music contain Passamaquoddy songs, tales, and vocabulary, sung and spoken by Noel Josephs and Peter Selmore, as recorded by Jesse Walter Fewkes (1850-1930) at Calais, Maine, in mid-March 1890. From Librar y of Congress pages.
    Rare Books and Special Collections: An Illustrated Guide: American History
    A guide to the Library of Congress's collections on American History. Contains material on Native Americans.

    66. Xwi7xwa Library Home Page
    Maliseetpassamaquoddy Dictionary. native americans and the Environment First NationsMapping (Aboriginal Mapping Network) Children's Literature Xwi7xwa links
    First Nations E-Reference
    (update: 20-Mar-03) Dictionaries Directories Bibliographies Full-text Databases Dictionaries Maliseet-Passamaquoddy Dictionary Directories
    First Nations Directory of Vancouver Agencies
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    BC First Nations - Chiefs and Councillors
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    Role of Aboriginal Women in Canada
    Blaney, Faye. UBC WMST 4250
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    Pokotylo, David.
    Aboriginal Women and the Law in Canada
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    Sentencing Circles
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    Indigenous Perspectives in Forestry Education
    Mitchell, Renel D. UBC Faculty of Forestry.
    Native Americans and the Environment

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    (Aboriginal Mapping Network) Children's Literature Xwi7xwa links to bibliographies Full-text Databases: From the University of Virginia, Electronic Text Center. Native American Electronic Text Resources college writing, books and articles, speeches, and other links.

    up thousands of acres to the passamaquoddy, Micmacs, Penobscot and Maliseet tribesin 1980. But there's no record of an individual native American prevailing

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    [ The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: 6/5/02 ] Native American claims part of Cherokee forest
    Family camping on land, hoping to get federal government back in court By NORMAN AREY
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution Staff Writer Cherokee National Forest, Tenn. Daniel Walkingstick, he of the Wolf clan, and Roberta Walkingstick, she of the Bird clan, are finally home. Louie Favorite / AJC Daniel Walkingstick, with daughter, Ongeequay, 6, says a 160-acre tract of land was granted to an ancestor in the 1850s. The Walkingsticks feel they've been displaced for the past 100 years or so, and have come home to stay forever. Daniel and wife Roberta have been living on the Cherokee Boundary in North Carolina since birth. Today they are camped out on a tract of land in the Cherokee National Forest eight miles west of the twin city area of McCaysville, Ga. and Copperhill, Tenn. Walkingstick says he owns 160 acres of the national forest at the juncture of Indian and Tumbling creeks. This may be without precedent. The state of Maine was forced to give up thousands of acres to the Passamaquoddy, Micmacs, Penobscot and Maliseet tribes in 1980. But there's no record of an individual Native American prevailing, said Howard Beamer in the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Eastern office in Nashville. "I've never heard of anything like that and I think I'd know it if it happened around here."

    68. Providing Native American Wisdom For Ecological Balanc
    Keep in mind that We passamaquoddy have two different reservationsso there isboth links below- Sipayik and Indian Township. native americans of various
    /* You may give each page an identifying name, server, and channel on the next lines. */var pageName = ""Native Made"";/**** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE! ****/var code = ' '; document.write(' '); document.write('>'); The Wabanaki (which means "People of the Dawn"), the names of different Wabanaki groups (Penobscot, Maliseet, Micmacs and the Passamaquoddy). These Native Tribes live in Maine, the Maritimes, and Southern Quebec. Keep in mind that We Passamaquoddy have two different reservations-so there is both links below- Sipayik and Indian Township. Natives of various tribes have always known the value of medicinal plants and herbs . To this day the knowledge and use of these are still being used and being passed on from generation to generation. I am a Native - Passamaquoddy/Maliseet woman from Central Maine. My wisdom in herbal knowledge comes from an early interest in medicinal plants. herbs and herbal remedies, which I credit My Mother and My People- The Maliseets and "The People of the Dawn" The Passamaquoddy "Everything on Earth has a purpose every disease and herb to cure it and every person a mission" - Mourning Dove Salish Sipayik Indian Township-Princeton, Maine

    69. America 2000 Native Americans
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    on the reservation, jurisdiction over foster care for passamaquoddy and Penobscot entitledto health services and other federal programs for native americans.

    71. Web Links - History & Culture Web Sites
    passamaquoddy Quest for Qonasqamkuk Stolen Land; Pleasant Point passamaquoddyReservation; Chief Polin his People. Massachusetts native americans A Lost
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    72. Ford Foundation Recognizes Two Native Americans For Leadership
    Ford Foundation recognizes two native americans for leadership. A Maine woman helpsnative youth reclaim the Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, Penobscot, and passamaquoddy.

    73. Related Links
    Read about the Pleasant Point passamaquoddy Tribe at their home page House servesthe health, social service, and cultural needs of native americans residing in
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    Pages Viewed Pam's website is of her stained glass creations with a Native American theme. Examples include sun catchers, fan lamps, prairie lamps, as well as some non-native items. Keep checking for new additions. Visit the Teachers Pages of The Children's Museum. This is the Wampanoag home page on the Boston Childrens' Museum web site. It is also a teacher's source on history and culture. Ramona Peters maintains this web site featuring Wampanoag forms in clay and pottery, cultural consultation information, sensitivity training, and more. Wander over to The Wandering Bull to find a selection of Native American arts and crafts supplies. The Spike offers a newsletter and much other information on topics related to Native Americans. The WildWind Creations web site offers artwork, music, books, and videos related to Native American culture. Dawn Duncan, a MCNAA Board Member, maintains this site called Sacred Savage . It's mission is to promote Native artists from around the globe. It offers a variety of Native American products. Visit the home page of the Neponsett/Ponkapoag Tribe The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head/Aquinnah maintains this web site full of historical and current information.

    74. Native Americans - Acapedia - Free Knowledge, For All
    Nipmuc Massachusetts; Paugusset Connecticut; passamaquoddy Maine; Penobscot Maine;Poospatuck New used in North America, even by native americans themselves, many
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    75. UMF Archaeology
    Inventory, was a very popular setting to native americans for many thousands ofyears. The site continues to be important to the passamaquoddy community today
    The UMF ARC recently began large-scale excavations at a pre-contact Native American site on the southern shore of Meddybemps Lake in eastern Maine. This site, designated 96.02 ME in the Maine State Site Inventory, was a very popular setting to Native Americans for many thousands of years. The site continues to be important to the Passamaquoddy community today, who recently named it "NTOLONAPEMK" (Dool - Na - Bemk) - Our Relatives' Place. The site lies on the southern shore of Meddybemps Lake, located within the Dennys River drainage basin, a sub-basin of the St. Croix River drainage just to the east of the lake. Based on continuing archaeological investigations at the site, we know that Native American people first visited sometime during the Middle Archaic Period, ca. 5500-4000 B.C. The phase III data recovery work is being conducted to mitigate the effects of the clean-up efforts of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the Eastern Surplus Superfund Site, a salvage/junkyard located on the archaeological sites and used for the last several decades to store automobiles and military surplus for the purpose of resale. The EPA has completed the majority of the environmental clean-up at the site, which involved the removal of intact archaeological site deposits. The setting of the site must have been attractive for settlement and associated activities for a number of reasons. The Passamaquoddy consider Meddybemps Lake and the site area a central place or hub, which provides travel routes connecting coastal areas to the St. Croix River drainage and other interior settings. The Dennys River supports natural populations of Atlantic Salmon and other anadromous fish species, such as shad, alewives, and smelt. In fact, according to the Passamaquoddy, the word Meddybemps refers to a place to get alewives. The lake outlet is an ideal place to catch and harvest fish, and this may have been one of the reasons Native American people routinely returned.

    76. Native American Resources And Related Links
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    77. Native American Gospel Resources
    His Words, the Bible to native americans in culturally an article on planting nativeAmerican Churches. Muskogee, Navajo, Ojibwe,passamaquoddy, Salish, Tlingit
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    This page contains links to Bibles, stories and web sites written in First Nation languages which tell about Jesus and His love for the Native American people. Many followers of Jesus are praying that God will bless the Native American people, and some of the links on this page have information to help them learn more about Native American languages and culture. Thank you for visiting. May the grace and peace of God be yours today! *NOTE: Many of the following links are outside our site and open a new window in your browser.
    Close the new window to return to this page. Publications About Jesus The Four Spiritual Laws explains God's plan of salvation in Navajo and an English version adapted for Native Americans.
    At Audio Scriptures International you can listen to a Real Audio story in Navajo called "A Portrait of Jesus". Gifts from the Heart: Faith Stories from Native Americans , compiled by Alyne JoAnn Catolster, is offered by the United Methodist Church at their Ethnic Local Church Concerns web site.

    78. Primitive Archery Books From Bois D'Arc Press By Jim Hamm, Steve Allely, Tim Bak
    of These native americans NORTHEAST Powhatan; Pamunkey; Lenape (Delaware); Rappahanock;Algonkian; Mohegan; Naraganset; Wampanoag; passamaquoddy; Penobscot; Montagnais;
    The Flat Bow
    The Flat Bow is an old book, but a good one. The flat bow, also known as the American bow, is a simple style of bow-making, widely used by the Native Americans. Written when there were few other bow-making texts available, this book helped to spark a new interest in self-made archery tackle. Many of today's bow-making authors grew up with The Flat Bow as their only guide. With only this book, plus a knife, a saw, and some files, you can make a fully functional bow. The Flat Bow
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    Part 1Bows
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    • Preparing the Stave
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    • Finishing
    • Snakeskin
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    • Painted Designs
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    Part 2Arrows
    • Regional Styles
    • Types of Wood
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    79. Kids' Pages
    kids is Kid Info native americans contemporary information on Northeastern nativenations (so Mohegan, Narragansett, Nipmuc, passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Pequot
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    Back to Main Page Turtle Tracks - a Native American Newsletter for Youth with phantastic Native American and also some non-Native topics! Many interesting links can be found in the "Library". Published every 2 weeks.
    One of the best children's pages on Native Americans! Canku Ota (Many Paths) - this is the children's page of this online magazine from a Native American point of view. Very good and interesting! New issue every two weeks! North, South, East, West: American Indians and the Natural World - This website shows very well the relationships of 4 Native American nations (the Tlingit of the North West Coast, the Hopi of the Southwest, the Lakota of the Plains, and the Iroquois of the North East) to the natural world around them, incl. information about modern life and urban life. Much insider information, for example on families, the buffalo, corn, the Great Law of Peace, etc. The Wampanoag Indians - an excellent site of The Children's Museum, Boston. Learn about the people who met the Pilgrims - from THEIR perspective! Kids' Stop - pages for kids from the Canadian Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. History, Languages, Place Names, People, Schools Online, Stuff for Teachers, and Cool Stuff.

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