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Traditional Abenaki territory encompasses what is now New Hampshire and Vermont, as well as parts of western Maine, western Massachusetts, and Quebec.…

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Traditional Maliseet territory covers parts the St. John watershed, from Quebec and New Brunswick into northern Maine. There are numerous bands of…

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The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut is based in Uncasville, a town named for the sachem who signed the Treaty of Hartford in 1638. Federally recognized…

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The Narragansett Indian Tribe has inhabited what is now the state of Rhode Island for over 30,000 years. Federally recognized in 1983, the tribe is…

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Although Nipmuc people have been thwarted in their attempts for federal recognition, two bands are currently recognized by the state of Massachusetts.…

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Traditional Passamaquoddy territory covers northeastern Maine and parts of New Brunswick, and many Passamaquoddy people continue to live throughout…

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The Penobscot people, who identify closely with the Penobscot River that is their home, have a reservation on Indian Island, near Old Town, Maine.…

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