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Correspondence From Wingate F. Cram 1938-1939, Wingate F. Cram Jan 2018

Correspondence From Wingate F. Cram 1938-1939, Wingate F. Cram

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Correspondence from Wingate F. Cram concerning Indian names for streams and rivers which were digitized from Box 1, Folder 27, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not digitized and were not included in this file.


Letter From Stephen Laurent 1936, Stephen Laurent Jan 2018

Letter From Stephen Laurent 1936, Stephen Laurent

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Correspondence from Stephen Laurent, son of Chief Joseph Laurent, to Fannie Hardy Eckstorm concerning the Abenaki dialect, which was digitized from Box 1 folder 59, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents from this folder that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not scanned and are not included in this file


Letter From Robert E. Pike, 1938, Robert E. Pike Jan 2018

Letter From Robert E. Pike, 1938, Robert E. Pike

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A letter from Robert E. Pike of the State Teachers College, Minot, North Dakota requesting any information about epitaphs on Indian graves in the Orono/Oldtown area. Digitized from Box 1 Folder 80 of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Correspondence To Dr. Charles E. Banks 1930, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Correspondence To Dr. Charles E. Banks 1930, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Three letters to Dr. Charles E. Banks discussing variations of place names for river outlets to the ocean, and the similarity of these names to Saco. Also a discussion of place names associated with "red paint" or iron ore, an example being Olamon. Digitized from Box 1, Folder 109, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Correspondence From Lewey Mitchell To Mary Cabot Wheelwright And Fannie Hardy Eckstorm 1929-1930, Lewey Mitchell Jan 2018

Correspondence From Lewey Mitchell To Mary Cabot Wheelwright And Fannie Hardy Eckstorm 1929-1930, Lewey Mitchell

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Correspondence from Lewey Mitchell to Mary Cabot Wheelwright and Fannie Hardy Eckstorm regarding the sale of traditional Passamaquoddy tales and other items. Digitized from Box 1, Folder 70, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Letter To Lucius L. Hubbard 1927, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Letter To Lucius L. Hubbard 1927, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Letter to Lucius L. Hubbard regarding a story "Onaway" and a few Indian place names. Digitized from Box 1, Folder 125, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Letter To Dr. Frank G. Speck 1941, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Letter To Dr. Frank G. Speck 1941, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A letter from Fannie Hardy Eckstorm to Dr. Frank G. Speck discussing minks, moose wool and porpoise hunting. Digitized from Box 1, Folder 137, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Letter To Mary Cabot Wheelright 1930, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Letter To Mary Cabot Wheelright 1930, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A letter to Miss Wheelwright regarding silver jewelry and other items for sale by Mrs. Littlefield and Lewey Mitchell. Digitized from Box 1, Folder 143 of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Book Review Of Antiquities Of The New England Indians 1936, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Book Review Of Antiquities Of The New England Indians 1936, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Original draft of a book review of Antiquities of the New England Indians: with Notes on the Ancient Cultures of the Adjacent Territory by Charles C. Willoughby. Published in the New England Quarterly.

Digitized from Box 2, Folder 1, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.

Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy. “The New England Quarterly.” The New England Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 2, 1936, pp. 346–348. JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/360403.


Old Louis Annance And His Decendants, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Old Louis Annance And His Decendants, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

An account of Louis Annance of the "St. Francis Tribe". Compiled by Eckstorm from several popular accounts. Digitized from Box 2, Folder 13, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Note On An Article In Harper's Monthly Magazine June 1931, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Note On An Article In Harper's Monthly Magazine June 1931, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A note to the editor of Harper's Magazine regarding an incorrect translation of a place name by "Brendan Lee" in an article on fishing in Maine.

The article in question is:

Lee, Brendan. “The Incompleat Angler.” Harper's Monthly Magazine, June 1931, pp. 109–118.


Two Unpublished Stories By Fannie Hardy Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Two Unpublished Stories By Fannie Hardy Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Two unpublished stories by Eckstorm, "Concerning the Questionable Loyalty of Big Sabattis" and "On Oldtown Falls". The stories are undated. Digitized from Box 2, Folder 20, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not digitized and were not included in this file.


Maine Indian Legends 1917, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Maine Indian Legends 1917, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Notes for a lecture delivered before a club in Bucksport about 1917. Stories about Glooscap and the animals. Digitized from Box 2, Folder 21, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Indian Trails Of Maine 1920, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Indian Trails Of Maine 1920, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Notes for a lecture to the Nineteenth Century Club, Bangor, October 29,1920. A discussion of major travel routes, both water ways for canoes and over land trails. Digitized from Box 2, Folder 23, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


The Indian Place-Name Wasaumkeag 1932, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

The Indian Place-Name Wasaumkeag 1932, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A paper read before the Bangor Historical Society, probably January 1932. A discussion of the meaning of the place-name Wasaumkeag , and an accounting of historical sources of information about its meaning. Digitized from Box 2, Folder 32, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Maine Indian Legends - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Maine Indian Legends - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Notes for a talk before a club in Newport, Maine containing a variety of stories from Abenaki mythology. Digitized from Box 2, Folder 35, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Photo Of Joseph Attien With Description - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Photo Of Joseph Attien With Description - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A photograph of Chief Joseph Attien of the Penobscots together with a hand-written description. Digitized from Box 4, Folder 35, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not digitized and were not included in this file.


Some Of Dartmouth's Indian Students - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Some Of Dartmouth's Indian Students - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A recounting of the history of some Native-American children who were educated at Dartmouth and other New England schools. Digitized from Box 4, Folder 43, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Correspondence From Charlotte E. Hobbs To Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Ca. 1935 And 1939, Charlotte E. Hobbs Jan 2018

Correspondence From Charlotte E. Hobbs To Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Ca. 1935 And 1939, Charlotte E. Hobbs

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Manuscript letters from Charlotte E. Hobbs regarding the Indians on the Arnold expedition, and the Indian named Paugus. Digitized from Box 1, Folder 55 of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Transcription produced by the DigitalMaine Transcription Project.


Letter To Mr. Wheelwright 1925, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Letter To Mr. Wheelwright 1925, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Letter to a Mr. Wheelwright discussing variations of the word Nokomis (grandmother). Digitized from Box 1, Folder 142, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Poem About Chief Orono - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 2018

Poem About Chief Orono - Undated, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

A short poem about Chief Joseph Orono and a hand written note describing a game piece for the bowl and dice game. Digitized from Box 4, Folder 20, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not digitized and were not included in this file.


Wabanaki Access To Sweetgrass (Hierochloe Odorata) Within Coastal Maine's Diminishing Open Land Tradition, Amanda Marie Ellis Dec 2016

Wabanaki Access To Sweetgrass (Hierochloe Odorata) Within Coastal Maine's Diminishing Open Land Tradition, Amanda Marie Ellis

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Nontimber forest products (NTFPs), refer to a class of resources (i.e. moss, fungi, mushrooms, plants, etc.) gathered in both rural and urban landscapes. NTFPs are utilized by a variety of cultures all over the world and are a critical part of medicinal, spiritual, dietary, and economic practices. In fact, some NTFP species are so critical to people that they are considered ‘cultural keystone species’ (Garibaldi and Turner 2004). This designation means that without access to the NTFP, cultural survival is at risk. This is the case in Maine where the Wabanaki, a confederacy of four tribes (Passamaqouddy, Penobscot, Mikmaq ...


Correspondence With Dr. Charles E. Banks, 1915-1931, Charles E. Banks, Fannie H. Eckstorm Jan 2015

Correspondence With Dr. Charles E. Banks, 1915-1931, Charles E. Banks, Fannie H. Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Correspondence between Charles E. Banks and Fannie Hardy Eckstorm concerning Indian vocabulary and place names in Maine, which were digitized from Box 1 folder 5, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents from this folder that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not scanned and are not included in this file.


Correspondence From William Brooks Cabot, 1930-1946, William B. Cabot Jan 2015

Correspondence From William Brooks Cabot, 1930-1946, William B. Cabot

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Correspondence from William Cabot concerning Indian languages, culture, and history, which were digitized from Box 1, Folder 17, of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not digitized and were not included in this file.


Wabanaki Resistance And Healing: An Exploration Of The Contemporary Role Of An Eighteenth Century Bounty Proclamation In An Indigenous Decolonization Process, Bonnie D. Newsom, Jamie Bisonette-Lewey Mar 2012

Wabanaki Resistance And Healing: An Exploration Of The Contemporary Role Of An Eighteenth Century Bounty Proclamation In An Indigenous Decolonization Process, Bonnie D. Newsom, Jamie Bisonette-Lewey

Anthropology Faculty Scholarship

The purpose of this paper is to examine the contemporary role of an eighteenth century bounty proclamation issued on the Penobscot Indians of Maine. We focus specifically on how the changing cultural context of the 1755 Spencer Phips Bounty Proclamation has transformed the document from serving as a tool for sanctioned violence to a tool of decolonization for the Indigenous peoples of Maine. We explore examples of the ways indigenous and non-indigenous people use the Phips Proclamation to illustrate past violence directed against Indigenous peoples. This exploration is enhanced with an analysis of the re-introduction of the Phips Proclamation using ...


Afterword To Life And Traditions Of The Red Man By Joseph Nicolar, Bonnie D. Newsom Jan 2007

Afterword To Life And Traditions Of The Red Man By Joseph Nicolar, Bonnie D. Newsom

Anthropology Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Kluskap And His Twin Brother, Viola Solomon, Henrietta Black Nov 1962

Kluskap And His Twin Brother, Viola Solomon, Henrietta Black

Maine Song and Story Sampler

The story heard here is one of many Wabanaki tales of Kluskap, a Wabanaki culture-hero.


The Weewiliamecq (Water Monster), Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 1935

The Weewiliamecq (Water Monster), Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Research notes on the Weewiliamecq and Glusgabheh, creatures that are featured in Wabanaki stories, which were digitized from box 4, folder 48 of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents from this folder that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not scanned and are not included in this file.


Research Notes: Big Thunder, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 1919

Research Notes: Big Thunder, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm's notes on Clara Neptune's recollections of Big Thunder (Frank Loring), Molly Mollases, Joseph Lollases, Dr. Sebattis Mitchell, and other Wabanakis, The file also includes a photograph of Big Thunder. These were digitized from box 4, folder 38 of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers.


Research Notes: Clara Neptune, 1913-1922, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Jan 1913

Research Notes: Clara Neptune, 1913-1922, Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers

Eckstorm's biographical notes on Clara Neptune and notes about stories she heard from Neptune. These documents were digitized from box 5, folder 17 of the Fannie Hardy Eckstorm Papers. Documents from this folder that did not pertain to Native Americans in Maine were not scanned and are not included in this file.