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*NEW* Heritage: Elnu Abenaki demonstrate the ancestors...ways of
life. Elnu Abenaki demonstrate their Ancestors' rituals, Arts and ways of
life during the Native American encampment at the Lake Champlain
Maritime Museum in Vergennes Vermont - Burlington Free Press
*NEW* Linda Longtoe Sheehan creates wampum belts for
ceremony and personal use. She is citizen of the El-Nu Abenaki Tribe.
Here, she presents some of the creations and provides insight to how
they are made.
*NEW* Jim Taylor is a Quillworker and citizen of the El-Nu Abenaki
Tribe. Here, he presents some of the creations and provides insight to
how they are made. Mr. Taylor has had several of his handmade quill
work on exhibit in museums as well as literature.
*NEW* Follow the footsteps of Abenaki fiber artist, Vera Longtoe of the
El Nu Abenaki Tribe as she carries out her family's ancient knowledge of
textile making. From harvesting in the fields, to rolling cordage and then
finally creating the piece, over 120 hours of labor went in to making a
single twined bag.
*NEW* Roger Longtoe Sheehan recreates Native American
weapons and tools based on historical documentation. He is citizen of
the El-Nu Abenaki Tribe. Here, he provides insight to the weapons
making process and displays some of his handmade wares.
Wabanaki Calling In Song: Filmed in night vision at the Jamaica State Park archeological dig. The El-Nu
Abenaki Tribe Singers led the public through a night of traditional story-telling and songs. Featured here
is one of those songs and the protocol that surrounds it. Featured in the Lake Champlain Maritime
Museum's exhibit, "Contact of Cultures, 1609".