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Wabanaki Studies

Selected subject headings to locate resources in Fogler Library's online catalog URSUS
  • Abenaki Indians 
  • Abenaki Indians -- Folklore
  • Abenaki Indians -- History
  • Abenaki Indians -- History -- 19th century
  • Abenaki Indians -- Economic conditions
  • Abenaki Indians -- Maine -- Government relations
  • Abenaki Indians -- Missions
  • Abenaki Indians -- Treaties
  • Abenaki Indians -- Wars
  • Abenaki Indians Social life and customs
  • Malecite Indians
  • Micmac Indians
  • Passamaquoddy Indians
  • Penobscot Indians
Fogler Library Resources

A selected list of resources in Fogler Library.

Finding books and articles

A number of online databases are available to find articles about Abenaki Indians. Some useful online databases are:

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Multimedia Resources

Fogler Library holds a variety of multimedia resources related to the Wabanaki people. Use the online catalog URSUS to find multimedia resources.

The following is a selected list of multimedia resources. 

  • Wabanaki [videorecording]: a new dawn 
  • Gabriel women Passamaquoddy basketmakers [videorecording]
  • Gluskabe and the four wishes [sound recording]
  • Abnaki, the native people of Maine [videorecording]
  • RG 10 Indian Affairs [microform] 
  • The Penobscot Indians, a brief account of their present condition [microform]
  • Some Wabanaki songs [microform]
  • Indian good book [microform]
  • Indian records, Province of Quebec and Lower Canada [microform] : 1717-1842
  • A narrative of the captivity of Mrs. Johnson [microform] : containing an account of her sufferings, during four years, with the Indians and French
  • Akitami kakikemesudi-arenarag' auikhigan, Messiui Arenâbak Uâbanakéuiak uitsi Pépâmkamigék éitsik, kisittunésa Jan Baptist Nudenans, mekazeusseuet nege u-d-Aresigâtegui Patrihansa [microform] (Abenaki Spelling book)

Selected online resources

Wabanaki Center

The Wabanaki Center located at 5724 Dunn Hall, Room 315, University of Maine, Orono, ME 04469-5724 is an excellent source of services and information related to the Wabanaki people. The center also holds valuable resources about the Wabanaki people, including videos, manuscripts, books, and artefacts.

Where to go for assistance


Revised by: Jen Bonnet | Revised: 06/23/2014
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