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Smith, Nicholas N.


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Peter Paul / Nicholas Smith Collection

Identifier: MF220
Biographical Note During the mid-20th century, Malecite ethnographer, Dr. Peter Lewis Paul (1902-1989) worked with Dr. Nicholas N. Smith (1926-2022), a white man and ethnographer, to preserve the language, tradition, and "tribal lore" of the Wabanaki community in and around the Woodstock Reserve, New Brunswick, Canada. In 1963, the two men canoed from Meductic, New Brunswick, Canada, to Indian Island, Maine by rediscovering and documenting the Old Meductic Trail. Paul was born on the Woodstock Reserve and was...
Dates: 1970-2003

Nicholas N. Smith Papers

Identifier: SpC MS 1788

Papers and publications relating to Native Americans in the Northeast.

Dates: 1879-2019

Wabanaki Indians Material from Collections at the American Philosophical Society

Identifier: SpC MS 1328

The collection contains photocopies of material on Abenaki Indians and others and consists primarily of field notes by 20th century anthropologists. It was copied from various collections at the American Philosophical Society Library by University of Maine history professor Liam Riordan in 2002.

Dates: 1872-1977

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Canada -- New Brunswick 2
Indians of North America 2
Malecite Indians 2
Malecite Indians -- History -- Sources 2
Abenaki Indians 1