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  • Indigenous Voices 3/18/08

    Producer/Host: Rhonda Frey

    Topic: Discussion of a recently published book: Wabanaki Homeland and the New State of Maine The 1820 Journal and Plans Survey of Joseph Treat, Edited & Introduction by Micah Pawling.  Who were Joseph Treat and John Neptune?  Does the survey include glimpses of Penobscot life and culture in 1820?  Why is the publication of Joseph Treat’s journal so important?

    Guests: Micah Pawling, PhD candidate in History at the University of Maine;  Bonnie Newsom, Penobscot Nation Tribal Member and the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer.

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    Published on March 18, 2008 · Filed under: Indigenous Voices;
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