Visit the Hudson Museum online
The University of Maine Hudson Museum website features online educational resources.
A page of resources for teachers provides information on many websites, books and videos on Wabanaki history and culture. The museum’s YouTube channel features 19 videos showcasing Wabanaki artists talking about basketmaking, birchbark and carving traditions, and more.
In the publicly accessible database, users can explore the museum’s collection from cultures around the world. Currently, 8,600 artifacts are online. In the online exhibits, online visitors can learn about such topics as Maine shell middens, Persian calligraphy and Mayan ceramics. And users can explore the Maine Indian Gallery through a web app.
Coming soon are three virtual tours of the Hudson Museum’s galleries.