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Nancy Millette Doucet, speaking on Koasek Abenaki Nation of Koas an...
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Publish-date-icon September 16, 2012
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Public Lecture Program
The Koasek Abenaki Nation: Then and Still
sponsored by the Oxbow Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Joy Michelson, Chapter Regent, jmichelson@charter.net

Guest Speaker: Nancy Millette-Doucet

contacts mentioned in this talk:

http://www.koasekabenaki.org/koasek_traditional_band_of_the_koas_abenaki_nation.htm

http://www.whitepineassociation.org/

community members in audience and commented included
John Moody, enthnohistorian; Winter Center for Indigenous Traditions,
PO Box 328
Hanover, NH 03755

Thanks to Nancy for allowing the recording and radio broadcast of this talk. My name is Deborah Reger (visitor to Turtle Island) Moccasin Tracks is a radio show on air Mondays 1-3PM on 91.7FM WPCR Plymouth
with broadcaster in training, Chief Pete Newell and myself broadcasting live from the campus of Plymouth State University.

On air live from Goddard College, Thursdays 2-4PM at
91.1FM WGDR Plainfield
91.7FM WGDH Hardwick and online stream at: www.wgdr.org

contact us at:
wgdr.moccasintracks@gmail.com
wpcr.moccasintracks@gmail.com

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