The Abenaki by: Colin. Calloway, with Frank W. Porter the 3rd as General Editor

The “disappearance” of the Abenaki in western Maine: political organization and ethnocentric assumptions David L. Ghere The American Indian Quarterly. 17.2 (Spring 1993): p193+. From Literature Resource Center. Copyright:COPYRIGHT 1993 University of Nebraska Press

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The last of the Anderoscoggins Peal Pol or Pierpole Last Indian of the Sandy River
Updated June 2001

Old Newspaper Reveals New Information on Strong’s Famous Native American By:Luann Yetter

Strong’s only India Settler, Pealpole Coweasme, adjusted to the lifestyle By: Luann Yetter

Pealpole left blank page in history By: Luann Yetter

Did Indian Pealpole collect his money by:Luann Yetter

The Memramcoook Conference of North American Indian Young People Memramcook, New Brunswick July 1969

The Hndicrafts of the Modern Indians of Maine By Fannie Hardy Eckstorm

The Adkins Site: A Palaeo-Ondian Haditation and Associated Stone Structure By:R.M. Gramly

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