Molly Neptune Parker is a Passamquoddy Master Basketmaker, demonstrating parts of the process of basketmaking.
Eldon Hanning, who belongs to the Micmac tribe, demonstrates the harvest of ash wood, the wood most commonly used for basketmaking.
Eldon Hanning, who belongs to the Micmac tribe, demonstrates the process of pounding of ash wood, which seperates the wood into useable strips for basketweaving.
Dianne Apt is a Passamaquoddy who demonstrates the process of harvesting and braiding sweetgrass for use in basketmaking.
Richard Keezer is a Passamaquoddy wood carver who demonstrates the process of making a rattle.
Stan Neptune is a Penobscot wood carver who demonstrates the harvest of birch roots and the carving of root clubs.
Joe “Hugga” Dana is a Penobscot wood carver who demonstrates the carving of walking sticks and snow snakes.
Fred Tomah is a Maliseet basketmaker who demonstrates the process of making baskets and discusses the focus on basket making as an art.
Jeremy Frey, a Passamaquoddy basketmaker, and Ganessa Bryant, a Penobscot basketmaker discuss how they learned, some of their influences, and their concern for the future of the tradition.
Clara Keezer is a Passamaquoddy basketmaker who talks about her history as a basketmaker, where she learned new styles and where ideas came from to create new baskets.
Caron Shay and her Grandaughter Briana Randall talk about the process of learning the tradition of basketmaking.
Mary Sanipass is a Micmac basketmaker who talks about the family traditions of Basketmaking and demonstrates the weaving of the famous potato basket.
David Moses Bridges is a Passamaquoddy birchbark artist who discusses making canoes, demonstrates bark etching, spruce root harvesting for lashing and birch bark basketmaking.
ssipsis is a birchbark artist and author who discusses the process of gathering, storing and using birchbark.
Jennifer Sapiel Neptune is a Penobscot beadworker who discusses bringing back some of the lost artifacts of traditional beadworking.
Theresa Secord is a Penobscot basketmaker and the Executive Director of the Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance. She discusses the challenges and difficulties in maintaining MIBA and the importance of their activities to their culture.
The Elders Speak features Ted Mitchell, a Penobscot elder who discusses the coming of the bridge, Arnold Neptune, a Penobscot elder who discusses the difficulties of learning the culture, and Joseph “Cozy” Nicholas, a Passamaquoddy elder who discusses the difficulties of maintaining the traditions and culture of the tribe.
Barry Dana is a Penobscot Birchbark Artist.
Image Description: Molly Neptune Parker: Passamaquoddy Master Basketmaker
Image Description: Eldon Hanning: Micmac Ash Pounding
Image Description: Eldon Hanning: Micmac Ash Harvest
Image Description: Richard Keezer: Passamaquoddy Wood Carver
Image Description: Stan Neptune: Penobscot Wood Carver
Image Description: Joe "Hugga" Dana: Penobscot Wood Carver
Image Description: Fred Tomah: Maliseet Basketmaker
Image Description: Jeremy Frey & Ganessa Bryant: Carriers of Culture
Image Description: Clara Keezer: National Heritage Fellow
Image Description: Caron Shay & Briana Randall: Passing on the Tradition
Image Description: Mary Sanipass: Micmac Master Basketmaker
Image Description: David Moses Bridges: Passamaquoddy Birchbark Artist
Image Description: ssipsis: Artist, Poet and Author
Image Description: Jennifer Sapiel Neptune: Penobscot Beadworker
Image Description: Theresa Secord: Penobscot Basketmaker and Executive Director of MIBA
Image Description: The Elders Speak
Image Description: Barry Dana: Penobscot Birchbark Artist