Wabanaki Sweetgrass

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blog, wabanaki, penobscot, mi'kmaq, maliseet, passamaquoddy, tribes, flute, singers, drummers, dancers, pow-wows, socials, basketmakers, beading, regalia, jewelery, hunters, guidesmen
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Tribal Government

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This website is for tribal connectivity. Wabanaki has four entities; penobscot, mi'kmaq, maliseet, & passamaquoddy tribes. My purpose is to keep my tribe (passamaquoddy people) connected with our cousins. We have tribal issues to address and we need to be a closer community. I will provide history and resources for each tribe. I plan to shine light on the gifted and talented individuals of each tribe, for instance;the gift of song, flute, singers, drummers, dancers, pow-wows, basketmakers, beading, regalia, jewelery makers, indian business owners, hunters, guidesmen, gatherers, and help guide my people to education resources. I would like to offer the eastern tribes this network resource as a tool to keep our tribes connected and informed of the good and the bad of inner tribal issues. I eventually would like to provide a store on this site and offer a product or two. I have a blog to post everyday, or at leat three times a week of a new topic for comments. I plan to unite our tribes through the world wide web.

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