Abenaki Language and Indigenous Languages Resources
Traditional Abenaki of Mazipskwik
Traditional Abenaki of Mazipskwik & Related Bands.
eAbenaki Culture & History Menu
stablished to explore and share the history and culture of the Abenaki Indian in Western Maine.
Abenaki - Abenaki Language
The Koasek Traditional Band of the Abenaki Nation.
Abenaki Literature The main body of Abenaki are in western Maine, mostly in the valleys of the Kennebec, Androscoggin, and Sacos rivers, and the neighbouring coast.
the Abenaki Language
Within our language lies the secrets of our culture.
Native Settlement Locations in the Northeast
This list is provided as a aid to historical and genealogical research. Here you will find information on Native settlement (village) locations of historical interest in the Northeast.
Elnu Abenaki Tribe
Elnu is an Abenaki Tribe based in Southern Vermont.
Penobscot-Abenaki Language Resources
Penobscot-Abenaki Language (Abenaqui, Abenaquis, Abnaki, Aln8bak, Alnobak, Abnakis).
Audio tapes and videos of spoken Abnaki prayers, stories, and music.
The Abenaki Language
The Abenaki language is classified by linguists as belonging to the Algonquin family of Native American Languages.
California Language Archive
The California Language Archive is a catalog and online archive of the indigenous languages of California, western North America, and the Americas.
Comprehensive history of the Abenaki people, including location, population, names and languages.
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- Abenaki English Dictionary
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