Title

Three generations of Penobscots on Indian Island comment on the three most impor

Authors

William Ibelle

Source

Salt

Date

Winter 1-1983

Pages

30, 36, 50, 65

Abstract

Three generations of Penobscots on Indian Island comment on the three most important developments in their community: the entry of island youth into World War II military duty; the 1950 construction of a bridge linking Indian Island with mainland Old Town; and the Maine Indian Land Settlement Act of 1980, the largest of its kind in American history. Details.

Subjects

Indian Island Old Town, Penobscot Indians

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