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The Wabanaki, the People of the First Light, lived in what is now Northern Maine for more than 11,000 years before the beginning of what some call the European invasion of the Americas. In the early 1600s Europeans, having stripped their own nations of their natural resources, began to establish colonies in the territory inhabited by the Wabanaki. The Wabanaki Confederacy consisted of several northeastern Algonquian-speaking tribal nations. The five principal tribes were the Mi’kmaq, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, Abenaki, and Penobscot.
Join us as we review testimonies and histories direct from the Wabanaki passed down through the generations illustrating what their lives and experiences were like before and after the arrival of the Europeans.