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Wabanaki Blues: Book 1 of The Wabanaki Trilogy
Wabanaki Blues: Book 1 of The Wabanaki Trilogy
“Some days you appreciate the dead; others, you don’t dare think about them.”These are the words of Mona Lisa LaPierre, teen blues musician, also known as the girl who never smiles. When her out-of-touch parents send her to the New Hampshire boondocks to stay with Grumps, her reclusive grandfather, Mona is not exactly thrilled. She nevertheless slings her beloved guitar, Rosalita, over her shoulder, says goodbye to Beetle, the oblivious boy she adores and sets out to meet her destiny. Destiny pops up in various forms: a blonde bear name Marilynn with a fondness for bananas, a fellow musician named Del, and a green-flamed motorcycle that was last seen racing away from her high school the day a girl from her school named Mia Delaney disappeared eighteen years ago.Mona’s search for Mia’s murderer becomes a quest for identity, love, and meaning. She is guided along the way by Grumps and her dead Grandmother, Bilki, whose spirit speaks to her in moments of need. Mona’s amazing journey is enriched by Native American traditions, a passion for music and art, and her growing realization that to achieve what is most important in her life, she must sacrifice what she most loves. This is the first book in the Wabanaki Trilogy. Each of these books contains a terrestrial and a celestial mystery that helps Mona find her place in the universe.

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Wabanaki Blues
Wabanaki Blues
Teen blues musician Mona Lisa LaPierre tries to solve a cold case murder and discovers her family's secret role in the universe.

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Building a Birchbark Canoe: The Algonquin Wabanaki Tciman
Building a Birchbark Canoe: The Algonquin Wabanaki Tciman
In this groundbreaking book, David Gidmark reviews the early history of bark canoes, providing readers with an overview of construction methods and featuring the individual techniques of four traditional 20th-century Algonquin craftsmen and their assistants. Detailed descriptions of their step-by-step construction methods are included, and the adoption of tools and methods from non-Indian culture as shortcuts are noted (such as the use of canvas and roofing tar, duct tape and C-clamps). A chapter on paddlemaking in the native tradition completes the book. Building a Birchbark Canoe: The Algonquin Wâbanäki Tcîmân is one of the most significant studies of Algonquin birchbark canoes and their construction. The author is one of the few outsiders to have learned the ancient craft of birchbark canoe making from the Algonquins, and in Building a Birchbark Canoe, he not only shares this skill but invites readers to appreciate the cultural significance of an elegant and practical craft that might otherwise be lost to history.

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Wildness Within Wildness Without; Exploring Maine's Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail
Wildness Within Wildness Without; Exploring Maine's Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail
Photographer Bridget Besaw provides us with a stunning first book, Wildness within Wildness without. Its focus is the necessity of protecting and promoting the Maine North Woods, and the Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail, an interconnected series of paddling and hiking routes in northern Maine that were traveled in the 1850s by Henry David Thoreau and his Penobscot guides. The routes he and his guides followed are part of a much larger system of primeval waterways used by Native American peoples for thousands of years before Thoreau's journeys in the 1840s and 1850s and since. Thoreau, America's first great naturalist, wrote beautifully about his travels in the region in his book, The Maine Woods. The route that he and Joe Polis, his Penobscot guide, traveled in 1857, and Thoreau's route to the heights of Mount Katahdin in 1846 were seen as the heart of Maine's wild lands, and so were selected as the route of the Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail. The term, "Wabanaki" (People of the Dawn) refers to a wide range of Native American peoples who lived in the Northern Forest and used its system of interconnected canoe routes. In recent years, a group of conservationists and interested persons, after extensive discussions, decided to celebrate the natural beauty and cultural heritage of northern Maine's wild lands by drawing attention to Thoreau's experience there. The Thoreau-Wabanaki trail was dedicated in the summer of 2007 in a ceremony at Greenvile, Maine, on the shores of Moosehead Lake, which Thoreau and his guides traversed in 1853 and 1857. The selected route is also a part of the larger Northern Forest canoe Trail, which uses many of the same paddleways, and extends from upstate New York through Vermont, New Hampshire, and northern Maine. This book, with Bridget Besaw's compelling photography and several moving essays by conservationists, historians and concerned citizens, is a celebration of Thoreau's experience, the wild lands of Maine, and the Wabanaki people. Wildness within, Wildness without is published in hope that it will increase the understanding and appreciation of this great region and help in protecting it forever.

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I'm Not Perfect But I'm Wabanaki So Close Enough Funny Gift T Shirt 2XL Navy
I'm Not Perfect But I'm Wabanaki So Close Enough Funny Gift T Shirt 2XL Navy
This I'm Not Perfect But I'm Wabanaki So Close Enough Funny Gift T Shirt is North American made on pre-shrunk 100% cotton. The graphics in this custom made, quality tee are colorfast and don't fade or crack. Give it as a gift!

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