The Penobscot

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Childrens Press, 1993 - Indians of North America. - 45 pages
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Describes the history, culture, and changing fortunes of the Penobscot Indians

Contents

People of the Rocky River
5
Friends and Enemies
19
A Nation With Heroes
33
Copyright

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