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Use this Space Page as the Native American Project Photo Sandbox. Once you have uploaded your image or source to WikiTree add the address for the photo to the list below, so it can be found by everyone easily.

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Apache

Maps

Chiefs

People

Groups

Reservation

Algonquin

Maps

Algonquin pre-colonial lands.



Chiefs

People

Groups

Reservation





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Penobscot. Meaning “the rocky place,” or “the descending ledge place” (Eckstorm), referring to the falls between Oldtown and Bangor. Also called:

Pentagouet, from the name of their principal village near Castine.

Connections. The Penobscot belonged to the Algonquian linguistic stock, their nearest connections being the Abnaki, Passamaquoddy, Malecite, and Pennacook, with whom they were frequently classed under the name of the first mentioned.

Location.-On both sides of Penobscot Bay and in the entire drainage area of Penobscot River.

posted by Tanya Lowry
Paula, can we add Chickasaw to the list of tribes? I've got several pictures and stories to add there.
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December 9, 2014

posted by Paula J