Article reporting that Poolaw's Tepee, a landmark of the Penobscot Reservation o
Article reporting that Poolaw's Tepee, a landmark of the Penobscot Reservation on Indian Island for half a century, has just reopened to the public under the new name "Watahwaso's Tepee." Erected in 1947 by Lucy Nicolar Poolaw ("Princess Watahwaso") and her husband Bruce Poolaw, the tepee quickly became a tourist attraction. Charles Shay, Lucy's nephew, decided to restore the tepee with a mural featuring his ancestors.
Watahwaso's Tepee Old Town, Poolaw, Lucy Nicolar, Poolaw, Bruce, Shay, Charles
McBride, Bunny, "Article reporting that Poolaw's Tepee, a landmark of the Penobscot Reservation o" (2004). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 698.
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