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Bruce Poolaw (Kiowa) with his wife, Lucy Nicolar-Poolaw (Penobscot)

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PENOBSCOT Chief Big Thunder, also known as Frank Loring (1827-1906), Old Town, Maine, late 1800s or very early 1900s. Postcard published by H.M. Burbank, ...

Wife of Hemlock Joe - Penobscot - circa 1880

RPPC Real Photo Postcard Penobscot Indian John Susep, Old Town, Maine

Penobscot child 1915

The following tribes were the original inhabitants of Maine: Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, Abenaki, and Penobscot.

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Elizabeth Andrews, Evelyn Glossian - Penobscot - circa 1920

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Penobscot Indians | Penobscot Indian Princess Goldenrod. Native American. Oldtown, Casco .

double curve motifs | Symbolism in Penobscot Art

Two Postcards; Two Penobscot Indian Chiefs

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Unknown, Wallace Lewey - Passamaquoddy - circa 1920

Women In Penobscot History

Big Passamaquoddy tribe here on way to Plymouth Tercentenary, via Flickr.

Penobscot Princess Goldenrod Dorothy Ranco Beatty (1903-1987). Postcard. Raymond,

Real Photo Postcard RPPC Group Of Penobscot Indians All Identified

Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Indians made an encampment in Deering Oaks Park in Portland, to take

Penobscot woman - circa 1870

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

Double curve motif by Born In The North

Penobscot and Passamaquoddy group from Old Town, Maine in the Indian Village at Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Plymouth Tercentenary Celebrations - 1921.

Paddle Making (and other canoe stuff): Symbolism in Penobscot Art

Penobscot and Passamaquoddy group from Old Town, Maine in the Indian Village at Plymouth,

Penobscot Man - Ca.

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

Elizabeth Andrews - Penobscot - circa 1920

We, the Penobscot people, are indigenous to Penobscot watershed. We are included in the term Wabanaki, which is used to denote the sovereign nation…

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Penobscot man - circa 1910

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Saul Neptune - Penobscot - 1884

Molly Molasses, a Penobscot woman, wearing the peaked cap, 1860.

Big Thunder (aka Frank Big Thunder, aka Frank Loring) - Penobscot - 1884

Real Photo Post Card of Joe Francis, a Penobscot wearing a large beaded chief's collar with a deer motif.

Passamaquoddy woman - circa 1920

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Penobscot women from Indian Island, in Old Town, Maine. One is splitting ash for baskets, the other is weaving sweetgrass. Circa 1920.

Real Photo RPPC Postcard Penobscot Indian with her Dog, Old Town, Maine

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Wabanaki Map - Today, the four Maine Indian tribes are the Maliseet, Micmac, Penobscot and Passamaquoddy, known collectively as the Wabanaki, "People of the ...

Katahdin: Wigwam's Tales of the Abnaki Tribe and a Dictionary of Penobscot and Passamaquoddy Words

Penobscot Indian bow

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Passamaquoddy basketmaker Jeremy Frey weaves the bottom of an ash basket Tuesday at his studio in

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

Joseph Francis - Penobscot - circa 1905

Ramona Mitchell - Passamaquoddy - circa 1940

Mi'kmaq Tribe Symbols - confederacy abenaki maliseet mi kmaq passamaquoddy and penobscot

Chief Big Thunder, Frank Loring, Penobscot, Old Town, Maine. c. 1907

Cheif Big Thunder of the Penobscoot Tribe. 1800s crafts - Bing Images

Penobscot man - circa 1910

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

Daughter of Governor John Neptune of the Penobscots. Copy of painting by Jeremiah P. Hardy of Bangor, Maine, ca. 1825; made for Mrs. Augustus Hemenway.

Horace Nicholas (Passamaquoddy), Carl E. of Maine), unidentified Penobscot man at Deering Oaks Park in Portland, Maine – 1920

Louis Francis Sckalexis, nicknamed The Deerfoot of the Diamond, was an American baseball player. A member of the Penobscot Indian tribe of Maine.

Penobscot Indian Island Reservation | Lucy "Princess Watahwaso" Nicolar Poolaw

Penobscot basket maker, using a basket mold.

Penobscot Indian Island Reservation | Flying star and Chief Poolaw Indian Island Maine Native Americana

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Newell Joseph Tomah, Johnnie Ranco - Penobscot - 192

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

Birch bark container w/Wabanaki double curve designs by David Moses Bridges, Passamaquoddy (

c 1910 Penobscot Indian Governor Newell M Frances with Peace Medal Maine

Kirk E. Francis Sr ~ Chief of the Penobscot Nation

Real Photo RPPC Postcard Penobscot Indian Joseph Nicholas & Family

Native Americana postcard Neoga Penobscot crafting Indian Island, Old Town, ME

Penobscot Indian Island Maine~Native Audrey Franei in Vintage Dress~1958 RPPC

Wah-Ta-Waso, Penobscot woman. - Frank Rinehart - Wikipedia, the

Penobscot? Hattie Pike, Fryeburg, ca. 1930. Item # 17493

PENOBSCOT Luci NICOLA, known as Princess Wah-Ta-Waso, aka Bright Star

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Passamaquoddy Northeast U.S. - St. Croix River Region

Tribal members work together to craft a birch bark canoe, courtesy of Penobscot Indian Nation

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RPPC - Penobscot Indian "Needahbeh" with Longbow at Oldtown Maine early 1900s

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IN INDIAN TENTS 1897 PENOBSCOT, PASSAMAQUODDY AND MICMAC INDIANS, MAINE

The teepee of Princess Goldenrod, South Casco ? , Maine. Penobscot Native American

Welcome at my campfire: The Seven Teachings of the Abenaki

Demonstrating a traditional Passamaquoddy dance in this photo from 1921

Wahtawaso (aka Bright Star, aka Lucy Nicolar-Poolaw) the daughter of Joseph

Sockalexis Newell 1874-1952, Penobscot Indian (Maine, born in Old Town on

Needahbeh (aka Roland Nelson) - Penobscot - 1929

PENOBSCOT Women making basket and child, Island Old Town, Maine, 1907. The little boy is Russel Joe et and his mother (or Grand-Mother ?) is Maime Joseph.

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Bruce John Poolaw, (the son of George Poolaw & his wife Tsomah Poolaw, and the husband of the Penobscot woman known as Lucy Nicolar-Poolaw) - Kiowa - circa ...

Bennett Francis Jr. - Passamaquoddy - 1906

PENOBSCOT Irene Nicholar, Old Town, Maine, 1912. Photo by A. F. ORR.