Passamaquoddy

The Passamaquoddy had a purely oral history before the arrival of Europeans, occupied coastal regions along the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine and along the St. Croix River and its tributaries. They dispersed and hunted inland in the winter; in the summer, they gathered more closely together on the coast and islands, and primarily harvested seafoo...
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Passamaquoddy

A tribe and bay in Maine.
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Passamaquoddy

Algonquian-speaking North American Indians who lived on Passamaquoddy Bay, the St. Croix River, and Schoodic Lake on the boundary between what are ... [1 related articles]
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Passamaquoddy

Member of an American Indian people living in the Quoddy Loop area of Maine, Massachusetts, and New Brunswick, Canada. They speak an Algonquian language, and are related to the Penobscot, their...
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Passamaquoddy

Passamaquoddy: see Abnaki.
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Passamaquoddy

The Passamaquoddiy are an Algonquin tribe of North American Indians who formerly occupied the seaboard about the New Brunswick and Maine frontiers.
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