Abenaki Indians

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The western Abenaki lived on the eastern shores of Lake Champlain. The Maritime Abenaki were found on the border between what is now Maine and New Brunswick. Prior to the arrival of the white man the Abenaki population was nearly 40,000 people, divided respectively among the three divisions. The Abenaki referred to themselves as ?Alnanbal', meaning ?men...
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The Abenaki referred to themselves as ?Alnanbal', meaning ?men.' The name Abenaki meant ?people of the dawn' or ?easterners.' Among the Europeans the Abenaki were known as the St. Francis Indians. The Abenaki spoke their own unique Dialect of the Algonquin language. Politics The Abenaki is more of a geographical and linguistic group, rather than a political group...
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