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Abenaki Indians

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Arla Patch collection

Identifier: 0296
Collection Scope and Content

The collection contains an essay Patch wrote for the Lewiston Sun Journal.

Dates: 2012

Donna M. Loring papers

Identifier: 0206
Collection Scope and Content The Donna M. Loring papers offer an in-depth perspective into the work of Maine's tribal representatives, and to Donna Loring's experience and work in the legislature, specifically. In addition to documenting her service in the legislature, the papers contain drafts of Loring's autobiographical work In the Shadow of the Eagle: A Tribal Representative in Maine (2008). There are materials related to the history of Maine's tribes, the Maine Indian Land Claims settlement, and Native arts and...
Dates: 1956-2016, undated; Majority of material found in 1990-2005

Mary R. Calvert collection

Identifier: 0076
Collection Scope and Content The bulk of this collection is composed of research materials used by Calvert for her works on the Kennebec River Valley. Included in the first series are photocopies of rare books, pamphlets, maps, and photographic reproductions documenting the history of the Abenaki Indians, early European settlers, and the logging industry. Also included in the collection are several drafts of essays written by Calvert, correspondence with Dorothy Healy of Westbrook College, and biographical information...
Dates: 1970-1996

Mihku Paul collection

Identifier: 0441
Collection Scope and Content

This collection consists of one postcard for Paul's exhibit "Many Hands: Wabanaki Paths of Learning" and posters for the reception for Paul's exhibition "Look Twice: The Waponahki in Image and Verse"

Dates: 2010-2014

Rae N. Simmonds collection

Identifier: 0360
Collection Scope and Content

This collection contains promotional materials, scripts, sheet music, a thesis, and poetry.

Dates: 1979-1998