Roger & Robert at New Sweden

ELNU Abenaki
17th Century Living History Album
Most of the members of Elnu also belong to a Living History Organization called the Woodland Confederacy.  Three
quarters of Woodland Confederacy's members are ELNU Abenakis.  Many people have  read about the old ways of
doing things, but we, as modern Abenaki people, actually practice living  the old ways.  
These pictures were taken between 1990-2007.
The Longtoe Family at the Kalymar Nickel
Landing site in Delaware
Old Village Site
Ron M'Sadoques & Vera Longtoe
eating lunch at  the Institute for American Indian Studies
Hominy being served (in wooden bowel) to Lina
Longtoe at the Institute for American Indian Studies
The Longtoe Family at the Kalymar Nickel
landing site in Delaware
Institute for American Indian Studies
1630's event in the old village - Roger Longtoe
Pounding Corn
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
© 2006 Elnu Abenaki Tribe