Bundle & Pin Game
Native Americans have many uses for the cedar tree. Cedar twigs, greenery and all, have both sacred uses (as in smudging and purification rituals) as well as secular use. One such secular use for
Boil up some wild rice in turkey broth
When it is almost done, add the sliced crunchy somethings and a handful of fresh cranberries. (no sugar!)
Offered by Cindy...who learned this from her
Offered by Cindy ...who notes the recipe has Bannock
Just put fresh or dried leaves in boiling water and let steep.
Note: Delicious soft minty tea.
Pick and clean ripe manzanita berries.
Mash them a bit and add water.
Note: Real good.
Gerald Barnes ~ Passamaquoddy
Gerald Barnes takes great pride in continuing the tradition of Passamaquoddy
Adventures of Great Rabbit
Among the Micmac and Passamaquoddy of the Northeast coast it is Mahtigwess the Rabbit who is a powerful
Origin of the Thunderbird – Passamaquoddy
This is a legend of long, long ago times. Two Indians desired to find the origin of thunder. They travelled north and came to a high
The Malecites lived in New Brunswick; their territory extended west from the Saint-John River. They were members of the Wabanaki Confederation, wich also included the Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maine
The People of the Dawnland
The common name given for the People of the Dawnland is Abenaki. The word simply means "people of the east" or "easterners" (Whipple, 34), so named because the rays of the sun at dawn hit first on
Passamaquoddy Texts – John Dyneley Prince
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the
Passamaquoddy / Meliseet
There are actually three different textbooks with this set: an encyclopedic reference textbook with grammatical, linguistic, and cultural information, a language-learning phrasebook, and a