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Passamaquoddy Legends - Turtle
Maine State Museum, Artifact

Book: Passamaquoddy Legends - Turtle

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Native Americans
Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wabanaki

Artifact
Passamaquoddy Legends - Raccoon
Maine State Museum, Artifact

Book: Passamaquoddy Legends - Raccoon

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Native Americans
Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wabanaki

Artifact
Passamaquoddy Legends
Maine State Museum, Artifact

Book: Passamaquoddy Legends - Koluskap and His Relatives - Loon, Wind

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Native Americans
Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wabanaki

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Passamaquoddy Legends - When Koluskap
Maine State Museum, Artifact

Book: Passamaquoddy Legends - When Koluskap Left the Earth

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Native Americans
Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wabanaki

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Passamaquoddy Legends - The Tree-Stump Woman
Maine State Museum, Artifact

Book: Passamaquoddy Legends - The Tree-Stump Woman, The Giants

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Native Americans
Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wabanaki

Moving Image
Power Lines
MPBN: Home Series, Moving Image, 0:26:46



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Hydroelectric power plants
Rivers
Water Power

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Records of Agents chosen by Penobscot Indians and extract of treaty
Maine State Archives, Text

Records of Agents chosen by Penobscot Indians and extract of treaty.

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Indians of North America Treaties
Indians -- cultural relationships, traditions, adaptations
Native Americans

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Letter to Governor Caleb Strong from French missionary Romagne
Maine Historical Society, Text

This 1801 letter was written to Governor Caleb Strong from a French missionary named Romagne working with the Penobscot and Passamaquoddy Indians near Dennysville, Maine. The missionary sought protection and a grant of land for the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point.

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Brooks, William G.
Indians of North America -- Maine
Letters
Manuscripts
Missionaries, French -- Maine
Missions -- Maine -- Dennysville
Passamaquoddy Indians
Penobscot Indians
Romagne
Romagne -- Correspondence
Strong, Caleb
Strong, Caleb, 1745-1819 -- Correspondence

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View Glooscap Creation Stories
UMaine Wabanaki Studies, Text

Glooscap was a person or was a, like an Indian that, well, it's more of a legend then it is an actual individual, it's folklore. It's a word, Glooscap is really the protector of the Indian and it was a way the old Indians would tell stories to the young ones.

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Native Americans
Indians of North America -- Folklore
Abenaki Indians -- Folklore
Wabanaki Tribe

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Animals Modify for Winter
MPBN: Quest Series, Moving Image, 0:02:31

A more ingenious strategy for winter survival is the heat exchange system used by various mammals and birds that have large tails or legs exposed to frigid water. In lakes and ponds, aquatic life shifts into winter mode often long before the onset of winter.

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Mammals -- Wintering
Water birds -- Wintering
Turtles -- Hibernation
Ecology/Energy

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