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Date: Mon, 13 May 2013 11:29:59 -0400
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If your school does not have a copy of this: GRAB IT! It is still
considered THE authoritative resource for Wabanaki studies in K-12
schools. There is a newer edition with minor changes, but even the first
edition is a valuable resource that all teachers in Maine should have at
their fingertips.

-- Lynn Lowell Mayer
Library Media Specialist
Old Town Elementary School
576 Stillwater Avenue
Old Town, Maine 04468
207-827-1544 x214

On 5/13/13 11:26 AM, "Deborah Rollins" <[log in to unmask]>

>The Wabanakis of Maine and the Maritimes : a resource book about
>Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maliseet, Micmac, and Abenaki Indians, with
>lesson plans for grades 4 through 8, by the Maine Indian Program, 1989.
>Copy does contain the accompanying record,
>but the record has a slight crease in it.  We also have audiocassettes
>with the same title.
>If you would like to have these for your library please contact Julie at
>Salve Regina University:
>Julie C. Swierczek
>University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian
>McKillop Library
>Salve Regina University
>100 Ochre Point Avenue
>Newport, RI 02840
>Tel. 401-341-2276
>Fax. 401-341-2951
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