Fred Wiseman Abenaki
paleoethnobotanist artist, and author, who retired from Louisiana State University and MIT, returning to Vermont to work with the Koasek Abenakis
of Newbury, the Passamaquoddies at Indian Township and Pleasant Point, and many others to re-configure a nearly lost northeastern agricultural heritage.
Compared with contemporary Haudenosaunee beadwork artists, however, the number of Abenakis
who maintain their beadwork traditions is, at the present time, sadly limited.
Il en va de meme avec la modernisation des salles du musee des Abenakis
d'Odanak, et tout pres, de l'ouverture de l'institution collegiale Kiuna qui a pris le relais du College Manitou (1974-1976).
Haitiens en tres grand nombre, Vietnamiens, Philippinos, Sri Lankais, Polonais, Italiens, Colombiens, Russes Orthodoxes, Atikamekws, Innus, Abenakis
Designed as a primer for Abenakis
themselves, containing traditional stories and some religious instruction, it provides us with a glimpse into the worldview of Abenakis
at a time when few authors--Native or non-Native--were paying much attention to American Indian folklore and cultures.
Both Benedict, from Odanak Abenakis
Band, and Brown told the committee about the difficulties they were having getting information from their respective band councils.
At the Musee des Abenakis
in Odanak in the Nicolet-Yamaska region of Central Quebec, the picture is very different, but interest in and openness towards the nation remains the same.
Where previous scholars have described nearly unremitting conflict, Preston finds a world where violence was not inevitable and where daily interactions between the French, English, Iroquois, Dutch, Hurons, Abenakis
and others were generally characterized by peaceful co-existence.
The Western Abenakis
of Vermont, 1600-1800: War, Migration, and the Survival of an Indian People.
In addition to Glidden's letter, the school newspaper published the team rosters for the Laurel, Abenakis
, and Precocious baseball clubs.
Ainsi, lorsque Versailles demande en 1707, a Vaudreuil de renforcer l'alliance avec les Abenakis
, celui-ci ordonne immediatement a Jean-Paul Legardeur de St Pierre (208) d'acheter un jeune panis afin de le donner aux Abenakis
en symbole d'amitie (209).
A brief sketch recounting Hannah Duston's murder of ten Abenaki
Indians following her captivity, "The Duston Family," rather than portraying Duston as a godly woman whose bloody revenge is justified by scriptural precedent--as Mather, George Bancroft, and Benjamin Mirick do--eschews such reliance upon biblical typology and instead characterizes her as an "awful woman" and a "bloody old hag." (6) Hawthorne finds these previous accounts ethically suspect because, by unequivocally valorizing Duston and vituperating the Abenakis
, "the historian defaults on his responsibility to the reader" (100).