Caption: Beaded valance, possibly Passamaquoddy
, circa 1875.
Their power was rooted in their control over the catching and selling offish in the Passamaquoddy
The floor of Passamaquoddy
Bay (gas location 1, Fig.
Seasonal changes in the intestinal mucosa of winter flounder, Pseudopleuronectes americanus (Walbaum), from Passamaquoddy
Nay, New Brunswick.
They fell in love with the "real downeast" beyond Bar Harbor and settled in the tiny town of Robbin-ston on Passamaquoddy
Saint Andrews Just outside town, overlooking Passamaquoddy
Bay near the US border, the Rossmount Inn (rossmountinn.com), run by chef Chris Aerni and his wife Graziella, is a haven of calm beauty.
Going native Originally the land of the Mi'kmaq, the Malisett and Passamaquoddy
Native people, it's fun to learn about these rich cultures while drumming, dancing and eating at a powwow.
(258) In Joint Tribal Council of the Passamaquoddy
In 1866, Passamaquoddy
and Penobscot nations agreed to hold formal elections in accordance with state electoral practices, to select their two non-voting delegates to the Maine legislature.
of Maine's Passamaquoddy
Tribe, for illegally harvesting juvenile
Ceremonial Songs: Aesthetics and Survival.
From early wax-cylinder field recordings of the Passamaquoddy
Indians made by anthropologist Jesse Walter Fewkes in the 1890s (1); to the fewer than three dozen songs recorded on 78 rpm discs between 1936 and 1937 that comprise the only sonic testament to Robert Johnson's blues style; to the recently-discovered recording of Martin Luther King Jr.