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Eastern Abenaki


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  • proper noun An extinct Abenaki (Algonquian) language, also called Penobscot, spoken in parts of the northeastern United States and in Quebec, related to Western Abenaki.


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  • The Eastern Abenaki were concentrated in Maine east of New Hampshire's White Mountains, while the Western Abenaki lived west of the mountains across Vermont and New Hampshire to the eastern shores of Lake Champlain.

    History of American Women Maggiemac 2008

  • I doubt that this is right. “moose” is from Eastern Abenaki.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A Moose for a Lawyer: 2007


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