Penobscot man: The life history of a forest tribe in Maine

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Penobscot man: The life history of
a forest tribe in Maine

Author: Frank Gouldsmith Speck

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Customer review:
I have enjoyed this book and it is very informative about Native American people along the Penobscot river in Maine. I would highly recomend this book especially if one is looking for historical ways of the Abonaki.

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