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BDN Advances Wabanaki Scholars Talk on Treaty History

The Bangor Daily News reported four Wabanaki scholars will discuss the history of Wabanaki treaty-making at 7 p.m. March 20 at Wells Conference Center. The discussion is part of a series meant to educate the public on the relationship between Maine’s tribes and settlers. Andrea Bear Nicholas, former chair of the studies of aboriginal cultures of Atlantic Canada at St. Thomas University in New Brunswick and a member of the Maliseet tribe, will deliver the keynote address. Vera Francis, Passamaquoddy economic development planner; Mark Cavaree, legal counsel for the Penobscot Indian Nation; and Gail Dana-Sacco, assistant research professor and former director at the Wabanaki Center at UMaine, are also scheduled to speak.

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