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         Passamaquoddy Native Americans:     more books (24)
  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

81. Native American Lore Index
Over 130 stories from tribes across North and South America. Link to quotations from native leaders.Category Society Ethnicity Arts and Culture Folklore...... If you have a story of native Indian Lore you would like to have posted here, sendit to me with as much information Origin of Medicine Men passamaquoddy 46.
Native American Lore Index Page
Below are links to several stories of Native American Indian Lore from several Tribes across Turtle Island. If you have a story of Native Indian Lore you would like to have posted here, send it to me with as much information about the Lore that you can, and I will post it with others found here. Help me to make this site the best Lore site on the Web . Id like to extend a warm welcome to all those visiting from either Discovery School Magazine project or Animal Planet. Osiyo Oginalii, Ulihelisdi Owenvsv.... Cherokee for Greetings Friend, welcome home. Our site has been selected as a valuable Internet resource for Discovery Channel School's Discover Magazine theme for fall 1997 Buffalo and the Mouse
Origin of the Buffalo Dance

The Raccoon and the Bee-Tree

Big Long Mans Corn Patch

How Coyote Stole Fire
How Fly Saved the River
Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg : Little People
How Glooskap Found the Summer

The Origin of Light
The Magic Arrows
The Runnaways The Legend of Wountie Squamish The Snake with the Big Feet Ravens Great Adventure Porcupine Hunts Buffalo The Legend of the Bear Family ... MicMac Creation Story Mic Mac How Bear Lost His Tail Ableegumooch, the Lazy Rabbit

82. Native Americans
Since 1973, native americans from the four tribes of Maine, particularly the Passamaquoddytribe, have been important members of the Lee Academy student body. at LA/Native Americans.htm

Faculty Parent Alliance People at LA ... Students at LA Native Americans at Lee Academy The Lee Academy student population is one of the most culturally diverse in Maine. Native students at Lee Academy currently make up twenty percent of the student body. Since 1973, Native Americans from the four tribes of Maine, particularly the Passamaquoddy tribe, have been important members of the Lee Academy student body. These students bring with them the beliefs and traditions of an indigenous people. The uniquely Native perspective has enriched the school by establishing friendships and enabling greater understanding and tolerance. In part because of our Native students, we have also been statewide leaders in forming and using an active Civil Rights Team within the school. This team, made up entirely of a diverse group of our students, has provided training for faculty and staff, as well as for students from other schools around the state. Lee Academy offers courses in Native American Literature and Native Studies. These courses utilize Native leaders and Native speakers, when possible, to enhance the learning of students in the Native Studies classes. These courses offer an informational "window" on native culture and perspective. In recent years, the Lee Academy community has shared Native culture through experiences such as drum making, traditional drumming and dancing and Passamaquoddy language classes.

83. Native American Home Pages - Nations
MOHEGAN. Mohegan Tribe Added 2/28/98; updated 6/13/00; Mohegan History Added 7/3/00;native American Mohegans Added 9/10/98; updated 1/31/00. MOHICAN. passamaquoddy.
Last update - March 27, 2003
Maintained by Lisa Mitten
This section contains links to pages that have either been set up by the nations themselves, or are pages devoted to a particular nation, and are ALPHABETICAL BY TRIBAL NAME. Pages maintained by Indian Nations or individuals are indicated with this symbol: . Pages without this symbol are primarily ABOUT specific nations, but not by them. Included are both recognized and unrecognized tribes. First Nations Histories - a good source for student papers! Dick also has a listing of tribes , both federally and state recognized, as well as those with no formal governmental recognition at all. Added 8/3/99; updated 5/15/00. A-C D-H I-L M-N ... T-Z

84. Native Americans - American Indians, The First People Of America
native americans American Indians, The First People of America. Listen Thegoverning body for native americans in the United States. In

85. Native Americans
National Spinal Cord Injury Association. Exploring the Possibilities is the themeof the 2002 Spinal Cord Injury Conference, to be held Nov. 1416 in Phoenix . Chapters/chapters/state pages/native_american_go
National Spinal Cord Injury Association Exploring the Possibilities is the theme of the 2002 Spinal Cord Injury Conference, to be held Nov. 14-16 in Phoenix . Sponsors include the Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association , the Arizona Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America, and the NSCIA. Contact Us Help Lines National Office Resource Center Membership PEACE Project (301) 588-9414 Fax Hot Topics! What Is SCI/D New Injury Rehabilitation SCI Complications ... Abuse and SC I Back Pain Resources NSCIA Resource Center Federal Resources State Resources International Resources ... Disability Advocacy SCI/D Topics Activities of Daily Living Aging with SCI Assistive Technologies Accessibility ... Work Other SCI/D Publications Disability Books Internet Library Geneology ... Switchboard Software Web Ferret WinZIP v8 Acrobat Reader v5.0.5 Remember! NSCIA Home About NSCIA Executive Director Board Of Directors ... Search State Resources for Living! Choose a state ... Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming View all Local Pages Commonwealths Territories

86. American West - Native Americans
native americans. GHOSTS FROM THE PAST More than 100 other Passamaquoddytribal members are on waiting list for subsidized homes.
TABLE OF CONTENTS General Native American Resources Native American Nations Homepages Education Organizations And Government Sources ... Movies
The Indian Removal Act of 1830 - The Trail of Tears
The Trail of Tears, by Joan Gilbert Removal of the Cherokees, by John G. Burnett
Wounded Knee (1890)
Note: Wounded Knee Creek, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota December 29, 1890.
For the Plains Indians this was the last act of defiance ending in a massacre carried out by Colonel James Forsyth's Seventh Cavalry. There would be no more battles but this 100+ years old memory is still a wound in many hearts. Perhaps the most famous Indian-fighting general in the U.S. Army at the time, General Nelson A. Miles , accused Forsyth of "blind stupidity or criminal indifference" and relieved him of command. General Miles called this "a useless slaughter of Indian women and children". But the war department, determined to portray this final confrontation of the Indian wars in a heroic light, stopped any further investigation of the incident.
Wounded Knee Massacre - Chankpe Opi Home Page
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87. Directory ::
symbolism. native American Resource Page Links to sites on Maine nativeAmericans, Wabanaki, Penobscot, and passamaquoddy. Includes

88. Native American Genealogy
native American Genealogy. native American Genealogy Group on America On Line. nativeAmericans How to Guide. native Web. Navajo Nation. passamaquoddy Literature.
Native American Genealogy This page is a collection of Native American resources Kathy wanted to start looking for her Indian ancestors but didn't know where to begin. I hope these links will help her and others in getting started on tracing their family history. Daily Horoscope Genealogy Treasure Chest Nancy's Kitchen Bisquick Recipes ... Brand Name Recipe s Abenaki Tribal Information American Indians: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications Assembly of First Nations Caddo Tribes of Oklahoma ... Brand Name Recipe s Email Me Siggy's Place has been online since November 29, 1996

89. American Indian History Resources
native americans and the New Deal The Office Files of John Collier (19331945);Twentieth-Century Reforms in US Indian Policy; Affirmative

90. Listings Of The World Society Ethnicity Indigenous People
Cheyenne, Din©, Apache, Muskogee/Creek, Mohawk, Lenape/Delaware, Ojibwe, andPassamaquoddy. Secure ordering, links. http//

91. WebGuest - Open Directory Society Ethnicity Indigenous
native American Language Programs Audiotapes and workbook for Cherokee, Chickasaw Apache,Muskogee/Creek, Mohawk, Lenape/Delaware, Ojibwe, and passamaquoddy.

92. Rejuvenating The Pride Of The Passamaquoddy
Mr. Nicholas successfully lobbied to restore the seating privileges that the NativeAmericans had lost a few years prior. As of 1997, the passamaquoddy and the
Rejuvenating the Pride of the Passamaquoddy By Andrea Barstow - first published 1997 in the Calais Advertiser n a tidy little office overlooking his "Indian Basket" shop, Joseph Nicholas gazes out the through the rain towards the village where he grew up. "It looked a lot different than it does today," he mused. "It was very small." It is Mr. Nicholas’ obvious devotion to this village now called Pleasant Point Reservation, that has inspired, driven him to make known the courage and pride of the Passamaquoddy throughout history. "This has been my life’s work," he said, "and there is much left to be done. Maybe that’s why I have retired five times." Mr. Nicholas’ blithe spirit shines through frequently during our conversation. In the early 1900’s the village was very isolated, and Joseph did not learn English until he went to grammar school. He left high school before graduating, due to economic reasons, and joined the Navy. Eventually, Mr. Nicholas returned to school under the GI Bill of Rights. He graduated in 1951, the same year his daughter started grammar school. Also in 1951, he was elected as the Indian Representative to the Maine Legislature and served six non-consecutive terms for a total of 12 years between 1951 and 1989. In 1974 Mr. Nicholas successfully lobbied to restore the seating privileges that the Native Americans had lost a few years prior. As of 1997, the Passamaquoddy and the Penobscot are the only tribes that have representation in their state government in the entire United States.

Behind the Scenes of the Maine Indian Land Claims Case. Children's Books on NativeAmericans. Early passamaquoddy History. Impact of French and English Rivalries.
Indian Island School Beatrice Rafferty School Indian Township School
Maine Department of Education Main Page Maine Library Web Pages Maine Library Start Page Our Stories - Princeton This is a "must see" site featuring Indian Township
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
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