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The people of the Penobscot Indian Nation, are traditionally known as the penawahpskewi. Together with the Passamaqouddy, Maliseet, and Mik Maq Nations, the four Northeastern Woodland tribes make up the Wabanaki Confederacy. The Penobscot Nation Museum is a tax-exempt institution dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich cultural heritage of the Penobscot and Wabanaki people. Currently, the museum houses collections that span thousands of years of Maine Native American history. Our museum provides a repository for contemporary Wabanaki art, such as paintings, woodcarvings, and basketry, demonstrating the strong connections we have with our ancestors and the earth.
12 Down St., Indian, Island, Maine 04468
Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Contact James Neptune at firstname.lastname@example.org
Group tours of ten or more people are asked to give at least
72 hours notice - which include small fees. weliwoni.
The site is dedicated to all our Penobscot ancestors, for without their care and endurance, we would not have the strength and pride we have today.
Due to the process of continued cultural appropriation by a small minority of the New Age, we ask that no images be downloaded, or our site linked to any other location, without the permission of museum staff. If we do find unauthorized links and appropriated files, we will request that they be removed until certain conditions are met.
In respect, Weliwoni.A picture of our museum on a warm winter day.