UMaine News: Where do the stories of Native Americans come from? Who tells them, and why?

An article about research on archaeological collections from Wabanaki cultural sites in Acadia National Park was recently featured by UMaine News. The research is led by Bonnie Newsom, assistant professor of anthropology and a faculty associate with the Climate Change Institute at UMaine, and was recently published in the journal Genealogy. “We hope to change not only public perception, but also to reconnect Wabanaki people to our ancestral past through an Indigenous archaeology lens,” Newsom says in the UMaine New story. The project also received a Mitchell Center Sustainability Grant in 2021.

Read the full story at here.