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Native American Studies: Wabanaki Studies

Resources for research in Native American Studies.

Who are the Wabanaki?

"Today, the four Maine Indian tribes are the Maliseet, Micmac, Penobscot and Passamaquoddy, known collectively as the Wabanaki, "People of the Dawnland." Each community maintains its own tribal government, community schools, cultural center and each manages its respective lands and natural resources. Although most of Maine's Native people belong to one of these four federally recognized groups and reside on tribal lands, other Native people live in towns and cities across the State." From the Abbe Museum in Bar Harbor, Maine, a museum of Wabanaki art, history, and culture. Find more information by and about Wabanaki peoples at the link above. 

Wabanaki Resource Center

The Wabanaki Center is an excellent source of services and information related to the Wabanaki people. The center has valuable resources about the Wabanaki people, including videos, manuscripts, books, and artifacts.

From their site: "The Center is committed to building and sustaining a mutually beneficial relationship between the University of Maine and Native American communities. It is a gathering place for indigenous scholars engaged in advancing Wabanaki studies through teaching, research and publication."

5717 Corbett Hall, Room 208
University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-5724

Videos in URSUS

Selection of Online Resources

Selection of Wabanaki Books, Dissertations, and Manuscripts in URSUS

5729 Fogler Library · University of Maine · Orono, ME 04469-5729 ; (207) 581-1673

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