I have seen Penobscot
Indians, in this town, living in tents of thin cotton cloth, while the snow was nearly a foot deep around them, and I thought that they would be glad to have it deeper to keep out the wind.
The President's Salmon: Restoring the King of Fish and Its Home Waters charts the rise and fall of the Atlantic salmon, from its legendary reputation among anglers in 1912 to the tradition that the first salmon caught in the Penobscot
River each spring was presented to the president of the Untied States.
A - an independent community bank serving Mid-Coast and Down East Maine with 16 offices in Lincoln, Knox, Hancock, Penobscot
and Washington Counties.
Kunu's Basket: A Story From Indian Island" is a sensitively illustrated story of a Penobscot
Indian boy's determined efforts to create a traditional woven ash strip basket.
Tenders are invited for Transition to Independence (TIP) Case Management Services: Penobscot
Beginning in early June they will be riding from Bolinas, California to Penobscot
For his third book of popular history, the 58-year-old Ashland-based lawyer examines Revere's dubious role as commander of artillery in the disastrous Penobscot
Expedition of 1779 against British forces that resulted in the nation's worst naval defeat until Pearl Harbor.
The building owner, Penobscot
Management, was represented by Jon Williams, director, and Joshua B.
The team found that shortnose sturgeon in the Penobscot
may migrate to spawn in the Kennebec River, a 170- mile-long (270 km) river flowing through the heart of Maine, which has been one focus for migratory fish habitat restoration.
JSI) announced today that it will work with Penobscot
Community Health Care in Bangor, Maine, to evaluate the center's efforts in spreading an interdisciplinary care team approach-called a delegate model-to five of its service sites.
County Deputy Sheriff Troy Morton told the Bangor Daily News that a family returned to their home in Eddington on January 7 and was shocked to find an intruder inside their home.
The editor of the Beloit Poetry Journal for over fifty years, Stocking was an avid outdoorswoman who in the summer of 1948 canoed the backwaters of Maine from Canada to the Penobscot
River with a friend, devising their route along the way--recounted here in fine detail.