Category is for Native Americans current society, culture, history, business, education, etc. in the State of Maine. Native Americans currently residing in Maine include the Passamaquoddy Tribe, the Penobscot Nation, the Aroostook Band of Micmac and the Houlton Band of Maliseet. All peoples of these great Tribes and Nations are encouraged to build this Maine Native American category with informative websites.

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Abbe Museum
Celebrating Maine's Native American heritage, art, and archaeology
Houlton Band of Maliseet
Includes information about tribal government, health, education, languages, social services, native crafts, contact address, and links.
Hudson Museum
Anthropology museum focusing on Native Americans in Maine, hosted by University of Maine
Molly Molasses
From Acadian Artisans Stories and Facts. This story is about a powerful medicine woman, a Penobscot, who grew up in the 1800s. The mixed media drawing of Molly tells her story with rich symbolism.
Mystery of the Red Paint People
Exploring the theory that a seafaring American tribe inhabited the shores of North America 7000 years ago. And, that these ancient Americans rivalled their European counterparts in navigational skills several millennia before the Vikings.
Native Peoples in Madawaska
Article and maps on the original people of the Upper St. John River valley (Aroostook county).
Penobscot High Stakes Bingo
Established in 1973, one of the first Indian Gaming Operations in the country, located on Indian Island in Old Town. Offers a wide variety of bingo games, pull tabs, and coinboards.
UMO: Native American Studies Programs
Concentrates on the Native people of the Northeast, with a special focus on the Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot.
Wabanaki Legal News
Pine Tree Legal Assistance newsletters dealing with issues pertinent to the Native Americans in Maine.
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