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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Woven in tradition: a history of Maine Indian baskets2018 Native American art April/May: 82-7
  • Gretchen F. Faulkner
H6/KUB [NATIVE-]2469-6137
Later maritime woodland to protohistoric culture change and continuity at the Devil's Head site, Calais, Maine2017 Archaeology of eastern North America 45: 85-108
  • Christopher E. Shaw
  • M.Gabriel Hrynick
  • Taylor C. Testa
  • W. Jesse Webb
*H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGY-]0360-1021
Wabanaki homeland and mobility: concepts of home in nineteenth-century Maine2016 Ethnohistory 63 (4): 621-43
  • Micah Pawling
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Nia ta kdak / me and the other: the denomination of indigenous nations according to Abenaki ethnonymy2016 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 46 (1): 19-36, 105
  • Philippe Charland
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in thematic issue 'Nouveaux regards sur l'histoire autochtone'; English and Spanish summaries
A pragmatic thinker: thoughts of Peter Paul Osunkhirhine, an Abenaki minister during the nineteenth century2016 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 46 (1): 49-62, 106
  • Stéphanie Boutevin
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in thematic issue 'Nouveaux regards sur l'histoire autochtone'; English and Spanish summaries
Enclitic particles in western Abenaki: form and function2015 International journal of American linguistics 81 (3): 301-35
  • Philip S. LeSourd
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Alien abductions: how the Abenaki discovered England2015 American Indian NMAI Fall: 32-41
  • James Ring Adams
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Wampum from early European collections, part 2: cuffs, bags and more2014 American Indian art magazine 40 (1): 70-8
  • Christian Feest
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Slat, sand, and sweetgrass: methodologies for exploring the seasonal basket trade in southern Maine2014 American Indian quarterly 38 (4): 411-26
  • Alyssa Mt. Pleasant
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
With open arms: Rhonda Besaw - traditional Abenaki beadwork artist2014 Whispering wind 43 (1): 10-14
  • Richard Green
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Transcending the St. Croix legacy in the Northeast borderlands2014 Native American and indigenous studies 1 (1): 49-64
  • Rachel Bryant
Introduction2013 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 24 (3): x-xviii
  • Margo Lukens
  • Siobhan Senier
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238in special issue 'Indigenous New England'
Placing Joseph Bruchac: Native literacy networks and cultural transmission in the contemporary Northeast2013 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 24 (3): 71-96
  • Christine M. Delucia
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238in special issue 'Indigenous New England'
Perspectivism, mortuary symbolism, and human-shark relationships on the Maritime Peninsula2012 American antiquity 77 (4): 621-45
  • David W. Black
  • Matthew W. Betts
  • Susan E. Blair
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Tree & tradition: Maine Indian brown ash basketry2010 American Indian art magazine 35 (2): 36-45
  • Gretchen Fearon Faulkner
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Uncommon thread: Wabanaki textiles, clothing and costume2010 Ornament 30 (4): 34-9
  • Carl Little
*H6 [BEAD-]0148-3897
"All this / is Abenaki country": Ceryl Savageau's poetic Awikhiganak2010 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 22 (3): 1-25
  • Siobhan Senier
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238
Rethinking recognition: The Aroostook Indian and Mikhu Paul's rewritings of land and community2010 Papers of the Algonquian conference 42: 254-62
  • Siobhan Senier
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Politics and Western European religion shape the Wabanaki world2009 Papers of the Algonquian conference 41: 299-321
  • Nicholas N. Smith
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Aln8baïwi kdakina - notre monde à la manière abénakise: la toponymie abénakise au Québec2006 Papers of the Algonquian conference 37: 49-73
  • Philippe Charland
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
'Delicate sweet dishes too they make': birchbark art in the Abbe Museum's collections2006 American Indian art magazine 31 (3): 58-65
  • Rebecca Cole-Will
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
'Of woman and territoriality': starting a dialogue on the gendered nature of aboriginal rights2004 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 34 (3): 75-86, 117
  • Gerdine van Woudenberg
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in thematic issue 'Propriété, territorialité et identité politique'; English summary
Wabanaki chief-making and cultural change2004 Papers of the Algonquian conference 35: 389-405
  • Nicholas N. Smith
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Wabanaki seating arrangements2004 Papers of the Algonquian conference 35: 431-34
  • Willard Walker
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Interpreting Wabanaki women's history2004 American anthropologist 106 (1): 161-4
  • Marilyn Norcini
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294review article on Four Mollys: women of the dawn (exhibition at the Abbe Museum, Bar Harbour, ME: January 27, 2002-December 29, 2002), and on Women of the dawn by B McBride (Lincoln: Univ of Nebraska Pr, 1999)
Finding the Almouchiquois: Native American families, territories, and land sales in southern Maine2004 Ethnohistory 51 (1): 73-100
  • Emerson W. Baker
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY]0014-1801
Creating new relations to improve relations: strangers as Wabanaki chiefs2003 Papers of the Algonquian conference 34: 333-40
  • Nicholas N. Smith
0031-5671
George Soctomah's hat2003 Papers of the Algonquian conference 34: 393-9
  • Willard Walker
0031-5671
Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 3-5
  • Sylvie Savoie
0318-4137introduction to monographic issue, with bibliography 109-19
Father Aubery's liturgical linguistics: an ethnohistorical view2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 7-17, 141
  • Alice Nash
  • Nicholas N. Smith
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
Nescambiouit, the Abenaki chief and the French-Abenaki alliance2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 18-28, 141
  • Sylvie Savoie
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
The ancient friendship knot. The Abenaki presence on the north shore of the St. Lawrence river in the 17th and 18th centuries2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 29-43, 141
  • Jean Tanguay
  • Sylvie Savoie
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
Abenaki's Maurice in the 19th century2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 44-56, 142
  • Claude Gélinas
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
Crespieul: old Abenaki reserve (1851-1911)2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 57-69, 142
  • Jacques Frenette
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
The Abenaki nation's territorial claims2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 71-4, 142
  • Lucie Gill
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
Théophile Panadis (1889-1966): an Abenaki guide2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 75-91, 142-3
  • Alice Nash
  • Rejean Obomsawin
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
The Bécanour trail: Abenakis encampments in the hinterland2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 93-100, 143
  • Gwen Barry
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
The Abenakis of Wolinak and the Arthabaska lands (1829-1850)2003 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 33 (2): 101-7, 143
  • Sylvie Savoie
0318-4137in monographic issue 'Les Abénaquis au Québec: des grandes espaces aux luttes actuelles', with bibliography 109-19; English summary
Birchbark - ssípsis2003 American Indian NMAI 4 (1): 20-1
  • Nance Ackerman
1528-0640
Odanank in the 1920s: a prism of Abenaki history2002 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 32 (2): 17-33, 141
  • Alice Nash
0318-4137in thematic issue 'Histoire récente des Amérindiens et des Inuits du Québec et du Labrador, 1900-1950'; English summary
Unquiet earth in Abenaki country: defense of ancestral remains reignites tribe's claim for recognition2002 Native Americas 19 (1/2): 67-71
  • Bill Weinberg
1092-3527
The crooked path of Dummer'd treaty: Anglo-Wabanaki diplomacy and the quest for Aboriginal rights2002 Papers of the Algonquian conference 33: 360-77
  • Harald E. L. Prins
0031-5671
Searching for justice on the Maine frontier: legal concepts, treaties, and the 1749 Wicasset incident2001 American Indian quarterly 25 (3): 378-99
  • Alvin H. Morrison
  • David L. Ghere
0095-182X
Leaf-like patterns in beadwork of the southern Wabanaki2000 Whispering wind 31 (1): 4-9
  • Michael G. Johnson
0300-6565
Between the lines: notes and insights from forty-eight years among the Wabanaki2000 Papers of the Algonquian conference 31: 367-80
  • Nicholas N. Smith
0031-5671
Venoms for vengeance: the history, novels, and movies surrounding three interrelated [massacres] in the Northeast, 1755-591999 Papers of the Algonquian conference 30: 108-21
  • Alvin H. Morrison
  • David L. Ghere
0031-5671
Dance songs and questions of intercultural influence in Wabanaki ceremonial life1999 Papers of the Algonquian conference 30: 334-50
  • Ann Morrison Spinney
0031-5671
Subsistence or strategy? Cattle killing and eastern Abnaki migration, 1725 to 17601998 Papers of the Algonquian conference 29: 112-27
  • David Ghere
0031-5671
Dawnland diaspora: Wabanaki dynamics for survival1998 Papers of the Algonquian conference 29: 211-24
  • Alvin Hamblen Morrison
0031-5671
Some Wabanaki beliefs and practices with non-Algonquian parallels: the [Red man], horned slim monsters, and shavings steeped in water1998 Papers of the Algonquian conference 29: 367-72
  • Willard Walker
0031-5671
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