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Wabanaki peoples -- Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot -- have long told and passed down tales of Gluskap, who created the Wabanaki people and taught them to use, respect and protect the world around them.
John Bear Mitchell, associate director of the Wabanaki Center at the University of Maine, a member of the Penobscot Nation, and a storyteller, tells "The Year Summer Was Stolen."
It is based on a version of the story printed in More Glooscap Stories: Legends of the Wabanaki Indians by Kay Hill (1970).
About This Item
- Title: John Bear Mitchell, 'The Year Summer Was Stolen,' 2008
- Creator: Mitchell, John Bear
- Creation Date: 2008-01-09
- Subject Date: 2008-01-09
- Orono, Penobscot County, ME
- NB, Canada
- Media: Audio recording (born digital), MP3
- Object Type: Sound Recording
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Glooskap (Legendary figure)
- Indians of North America--Folklore
- Indians of North America--Maine--Legends
- Indians of North America--New England--Legends
- Malecite Indians
- Micmac Indians
- Passamaquoddy Indians
- Penobscot Indians
- Wabanaki Indians
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485 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
(207) 774-1822 x230
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