The Abenaki (Abnaki, Abinaki, Alnôbak) are a Native American tribe and First Nation.They are one of the Algonquian-speaking peoples of northeastern North America.The Abenaki originate in Quebec and the Maritimes of Canada and in the New England region of the United States, a region called Wabanahkik ("Dawn Land") in the Eastern Algonquian languages.The Abenaki are one of the five members...
Today their descendants, the Abenaki, or “People of the Dawn,” still refer to their homeland as Kedakina, “Our Land.” In popular misconception, the Alnôbak of lore lived in an unbroken wilderness, hunting and gathering and making use of whatever abundance they could find.
Abenaki Outfitters and Guide Service, guiding Canoe, Kayak, Hiking, Hunting and Fishing Trips in the Adirondacks of New York, Maine and Vermont.
Abenaki ring and pin game: They do the same things all children do--play with each other, go to school, and help around the house. Many Abenaki children go hunting and fishing with their fathers, and some like to paddle canoes.
For thousands of years the Abenaki people lived tranquil lives, hunting and fishing in the forests, ocean, lakes, and rivers of present-day Maine. Then Europeans came, and from the 1600s through the 1800s the lives of Abenaki groups were terribly affected by war, starvation, and disease.
The dates for moose hunting seasons are set each year, and vary from year to year. The hunting seasons in Maine are during the months of September and October. The State of Maine requires all moose hunters to wear an article of hunter orange clothing which is visible from all sides. I like to wear scent free camouflage clothing when moose hunting.
The Abenaki are a tribe that lived in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. The name Abenaki means people of the eastern dawn. In the spring and summer, the tribe lived by the sea and by rivers. In the winter and fall, they moved inland. Abenaki families lived in wigwams. Some families shared longhouses.
Penobscot, Algonquian-speaking North American Indians who lived on both sides of the Penobscot Bay and throughout the Penobscot River basin in what is now the state of Maine, U.S. They were members of the Abenaki confederacy. Penobscot subsistence was based on hunting, fishing, and collecting wild
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