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

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

Mid to Late 19th Century Penobscot Canoe Paddles 2

Mid to Late 19th Century Penobscot Canoe Paddles

Birchbark canoe by Maine builder Steve Cayard

Steve Cayard builds traditional Wabanaki style birchbark canoes in the tradition of the north eastern algonkian native peoples.

fine looking snowshoes

Muesum Exhibit Rental 1 – Indigenous Snowshoe Collection c. – – century Wood, babiche, cotton coth, glass, metal (nails) total recommended space for height x

Sam Rabbitskin installing the crossbars in a new pair of beavertail snowshoes, Mistassini , Quebec 1977; from the video ''Beavertail Snowshoes'' ; photo Henri Vaillancourt

Sam Rabbitskin installing the crossbars in a new pair of beavertail snowshoes, Mistassini , Quebec from the video ''Beavertail Snowshoes'' ;

Eastern Subartic Indian Snowshoes, poss. Innu or Naskapi. 1855-1900.

Eastern Subartic Indian Snowshoes – Possibly Innu or Naskapi c. 1855 – century Wood, babiche, cotton coth, metal (nails) x x © Vintage Winter

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