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Newel Sabattus a Passamaquoddy Indian at the 1920 centennial of

Newel Sabattus a Passamaquoddy Indian at the 1920 centennial of

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Newel Sabattus, a Passamaquoddy Indian, at the 1920 centennial of Maine Statehood in Portland

Passamaquoddy Indian, Portland, 1920

Mary Newell with her grandmother, Sarah Mitchell - Passamaquoddy – perhaps taken in Portland, Maine, for the centennial of Maine Statehood?

Indians - Chief Neptune of the Passamaquoddy tribe (Maine?) here on way to

Four members of the Passamaquoddy tribe from Washington County at Deering Oaks Park in Portland as part of the observance of the centennial of Maine ...

Mary Neptune, Benjamin Neptune at Deering Oaks Park in Portland, Maine - Passamaquoddy –

Passamaquoddy Clothing | Pete Moore, clan of the Passamaquoddy, was the first Native American

Passamaquoddy basket maker - circa 1920 (478×720)

Passamaquoddy woman - circa 1920

Clara Neptune, a member of the Penobscot Indian Nation from Indian Island, posed at the Maine Centennial celebration in Portland, June This photograph was ...

Ramona Mitchell - Passamaquoddy - circa 1940

Passamaquoddy Mary Mitchell. Aged 101. ca. 1910. Source - McCord Museum.

Passamaquoddy and Penobscot group with U. Army General, John J. Pershing (center), at Deering Oaks Park in Portland, Maine - 1920

Passamaquoddy men - circa 1920. That's a lot of sardines!

Four members of the Passamaquoddy tribe from Washington County at Deering Oaks Park in Portland as part of the observance of the centennial of Main…

Photographs of Native American Indians : White Thunder - Sicangu

Sabattus Lola, Sabattus Mitchell at Deering Oaks Park in Portland, Maine - Passamaquoddy –

Newel Sabattus, a Passamaquoddy Indian, at the 1920 centennial of Maine Statehood in Portland. He is talking to Sabattus Mitchell. Passamaquoddy an…

PASSAMAQUODDY Chief Wa Neptune, Pleasant Point Reservation (Maine), c.1930.

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork: December 2013 Figure 25 – Joseph Nicholas and family, Penobscots from Old Town, Maine.

Chief Sopiel Selmore, Pleasant Point, 1901 Passamaquoddy

Passamaquoddy Basket Maker - In traditional clothes.

civil war veterans | Passamaquoddy Civil War veteran Peter W. Mitchell and his wife Alice

PASSAMAQUODDY Princess, Pleasant Point Reservation, Maine, c.1930. Photo by J

Horace Nicholas with his wife and daughter in the Indian Village at the Plymouth Tercentenary Celebration

Mary Mitchell-Selmore (aka Big Mary) the wife of Sopiel Selmore - Passamaquoddy

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John Alexander and others at Tobique, New Brunswick - Passamaquoddy – 1904

Newell Bear from Houlton, Maine - Maliseet - My mothers grandfathers tribe, he was full blooded Maliseet Indian.

Guipago, Lone Wolf (the elder), Principal Kiowa Chief of the Kiowa Tribe

Big Passamaquoddy tribe here on way to Plymouth Tercentenary

Molly Muise. Annapolis ( Royal) Heritage Society Community History, Annapolisheritagesociety.com

Noel Joseph - Passamaquoddy – 1906

Ramona Weigel (later aka Ramona Weigel-Charles) during Indian Day at Ellison Park

photo of Penobscot Chief Peter N. Tuester and another (unidentified) person holding some slender paddles. These tall slender paddles look reminisc…

Nicholas Sockabasin was a Passamaquoddy Indian who served as the tribal representative to the Maine legislature

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Penobscot Indian Art | Sign in to download a comping image | Open in a separate

Early CDV, Possibly Big Thunder, Penobscot Indian Chief and Showman in Regalia

Passamaquoddy Basket Maker - In traditional clothes. | Passamaquoddy Tribe | Pinterest | Traditional clothes and Native americans

Passamaquoddy women - circa 1910, no names or location. The woman on the right

Wampanoag Woman

Chief Passamaquoddy Freeport Maine | Historical Freeport Maine | Pinterest | Freeport maine, Native americans and Indian artifacts

20 Remarkable Hand-Colored Portraits of American Indians

David Moses Bridges, Passamaquoddy, modeling one of the items brought in by a visitor

Passamaquoddy family in the Indian Village at the Plymouth Tercentenary Celebration in Plymouth, Massachusetts -

No-ten-o-quah, (the wife of Hiram Thorpe Sr.

Fly Rod Crosby, the First Maine Guide

L-R: Wife of Noel Francis, Noel Francis, William Neptune, wife of William Neptune, at Deering Oaks Park in Portland, Maine - Passamaquoddy – 1920 ...

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork: An Intriguing Narragansett & Wampanoag Image from 1925

With their growing involvement in the French fur trade, the Passamaquoddy soon became dependent on

Saved by A Rabbit and Squirrels - Myth from the Passamaquoddy Tribe.

Facts for Kids: Penobscot Indians (Penobscots)

Mary Newell with her grandmother Sarah Mitchell (the wife of Peter Mitchell) at… | Me.History | Pinterest | Portland maine and Park

Tomah Joseph, birchbark box - Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye ...

Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork: December 2013 Figure 24 – Passamaquoddy chief Lewey.

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Passamaquoddy group including Sopiel Selmore (sitting 3rd from right), Mary Mitchell-Selmore

Passamaquoddy designs and images

Penobscot Indian children, Indian Island, ca. 1920

Passamaquoddy group - circa 1910

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Wife of Hemlock Joe - Penobscot - circa 1880 …

Item 5274: Noel Francis and wife, Portland, 1920

Historic Iroquois Women Photo Gallery in New York and Ontario Canada

leader in King Philip's War Metacom was the youngest son of Massasoit, leader of the most powerful Indian group in the area around Wampanoag chief Metacom ...

"Mary Selmore, Passamaquoddy Indian, Aged 101 Years, near Eastport, Me.

1811 – 2 October was known by a variety of names; Sachem Gabe and Noel Gabriel being the most verifiable. He was a Maliseet hunter, guide, interpreter and ...

Rolling Thunder (aka Louis Belmont Newell) son of Thomas Newell and Marie Parsons-

Elizabeth Andrews - Penobscot - circa 1920

American Indian's History: Abenaki Indian History

Photographs of Native American Indians : Chewing Elk - Comanche

Kiowa Chief ¤ Lone Wolf

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Louis Annance, a St. Francis Indian from Quebec, was a guide and "

Meet Louis Sockalexis, a member of the Penobscot Indian tribe of Maine, played in

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Pictures of indians - Drawings and paintings of indians

Penobscot Indian Joseph Nicolar wrote The Life and Traditions of the Red Man (1893)

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Maine Indian Passamaquoddy Sweetgrass & Brown Ash Baskets, History of Basketmaking

Title: Char Francis - Penobscot

CDV of a Penobscot Indian Woman, - Cowan's Auctions

New Hampshire's First Leader, Sagamore of the Penacook, Diplomat .

Athian Lewey near West Grand Lake in Maine - Passamaquoddy - 1898

Wallace Mad Bear Anderson ~ Tuscarora

Maine Indian Passamaquoddy basket by Julia Mell, grandmother of Mary Mitchell Gabriel, and great

Navajo Girl by Edward Sheriff Curtis

Penobscot women from Indian Island, in Old Town, Maine. One is splitting ash

Isleta Pueblo woman, 1910. Beautiful!

Tomah Joseph (1837-1914), a Passamaquoddy Indian living at Peter Dana Point

Abenaki woman USA - no date

Indians - Chief Neptune of the Passamaquoddy tribe (Maine?) here on way to Plymouth | Plymouth, Native americans and American indians

COMANCHE WOMAN NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN 1867 8x10" HAND COLOR TINTED PHOTOGRAPH

Emiliana Sappier - Maliseet - circa 1946

Passamaquoddy and Penobscot group with U.S. Army General, John J. Pershing (center), at Deering Oaks Park in Portland, Maine - 1920 | Passamaquoddy ...

Flag of the Passamaquoddy Tribe

new brunswick mic mac indian baskets | Bar (1998 recipient of the Order of Canada

Quanah Parker, son of Comanche Chief Peta Nocona and Cynthia Ann Parker who had been kidnapped at the age of