Online resources about the Abenaki Tribe

Abenaki History by Lee Sultzman
Author: Lee Sultzman
Type: tribal
Description: History of the Abenaki people by Lee Sultzman of the First Nations website.
URL: http://www.dickshovel.com/aben.html

Abenaki Home Page
Author: Steve Miller
Type: tribal
Description: This is a personal Abenaki Native American Indian page, which indudes Abenaki History links, information on the Cowasuck Band of Abenaki/Pennacook People, and information on the Northeast Woodland and Abenaki People.
URL: http://www.mill.net/slmiller/abenaki/index.htm

Abenaki of Mazipskwik and Related Bands
Type: tribal
Description: Includes links for Western Abenaki history and language.
URL: http://hmt.com/abenaki/

Elnu Tribe of the Abenaki
Type: tribal
Description: Elnu is an Abenaki Tribe based in Southern Vermont. We work to continue our cultural heritage though historical research, lectures and school programs, oral story telling, singing, dancing and traditional craft making. Our main focus is insuring that our traditions carry on to our children. We limit ourselves in inter-tribal politics; however we will not be forgotten. We are traditionalists trying to maintain our culture in a modern society. Learning from the past creates a better future for all.
URL: http://www.elnuabenakitribe.org/

Koasek Traditional Band of the Sovereign Abenaki Nation
Author: Koasek Traditional Band of the Sovereign Abenaki Nation
Type: tribal
Description: This is the website for the Koasek Traditional Band of the Sovereign Abenaki Nation.
URL: http://www.cowasuckabenaki.com/

Ne-Do-Ba - The Abenaki of Western Maine
Author: Ne-Do-Ba
Type: tribal
Description: Ne-Do-Ba was "established to explore and share topics relating to the Abenaki Indian and their Euroamerican relationships in Western Maine, past and present." Their web site includes Abenaki genealogical, cultural and historical information.
URL: http://www.avcnet.org/ne-do-ba/


Return to Native American Authors Home