The Hunter's Promise" is a reverent retelling of an Abenaki (or Wabanaki) traditional tale that also is found in wisdom traditions of several other indigenous nations in Northeastern North America, including the Iroquois and the Algonquin, as well as perhaps the Penobscot Passamaquoddy
, and Micmac people.
Whale watching in Passamaquoddy
Bay is a must with sea-life cruises such as the Fundy Tide Runners.
and Micmac nations also are interested in cannabis.
After American independence in 1783, smuggling developed at the edges of the United States at places like Passamaquoddy
Leon Sockbeson II, a Passamaquoddy
fashion designer, has designed a beadwork pattern for the lapels and epaulets, which is yet to be beaded.
Nor does the collection address the effects of European colonization on the Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, and Passamaquoddy
people of the region, including the demographic and cultural catastrophes wrought by Eurasian epidemic diseases, wars, ongoing conflict, and the Indian Act.
The 233-room Algonquin Resort overlooks the picturesque Passamaquoddy
Bay from St.
After several hours of debate, the House voted to overturn the Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee's recommendation that the proposals be killed, giving new life to the bills that would allow the Passamaquoddy
Tribe to build a casino in Washington County and the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians to operate one in Aroostook County.
Where he ended up was right here, Grand Lake Stream, a tiny "plantation"--the Mainer word for a small, rural town--adjoining the Passamaquoddy
One of Tureen's lawsuits sought to reclaim about a third of the state of Maine for the Passamaquoddy
and Penobscot tribes.
He found the presence of such aboriginal place names as Passamaquoddy
, Subenacadie, and Tracadie "proof that the name Cadie or Cadic was very frequent" before the arrival of the French.
tribe hopes to allay unemployment on its land by building a 123,000-square-foot water-bottling plant to sell water to customers outside tribal lands.