Contributed by Maine Historical Society/MaineToday Media
Horace Nicholas (left), was Passamaquoddy Tribal member who, along with a member of the Penobscot Nation in the back of the canoe, guided governor of Maine, Carl E. Milliken, to the "Indian Village" set up in Deering Oaks Park, Portland, as part of the Maine Centennial celebration.
This photo was on page nine of the Saturday, July 3, 1920 of the Portland Evening Express.
About This Item
- Title: Horace Nicholas guides Governor Milliken in canoe, Portland, 1920
- Creator: Portland Evening Express
- Creation Date: 1920-07-03
- Subject Date: 1920-07-03
- Local Name: Deering Oaks
- Town: Portland
- County: Cumberland
- State: ME
- Media: Glass Negative
- Dimensions: 12.7 cm x 17.8 cm
- Local Code: Coll. 1949, 2005.061.2921
- Collection: Portland Press Herald glass negative collection
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Canoes and canoeing--Maine--Portland
- Centennial celebrations--Maine--Portland
- Indian village (Portland, Me.)
- Indians of North America--Maine--Passamaquoddy Indians
- Indians of North America--Maine--Penobscot Indians
- Maine Centennial, June 26-July 5, 1920
- Passamaquoddy Indians--Clothing and dress
- Passamaquoddy Indians--Symbols
- Penobscot Indians--Clothing and dress
- Clothing and dress.
- Indian village (Portland, Me.).
- Maine Centennial, June 26-July 5, 1920.
- Native Americans
- Passamaquoddy Indians.
- Penobscot Indians.
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