“Genocide and Me” by Maria Girouard
At the Place of the Lobsters and Crabs. By William Haviland.
Interview. Maria Girouard and Esther Attean give a terrific overview of Wabanaki history.
This helpful webpage provides brief background on the tribes of Maine: http://www.fourdirectionsmaine.org/wabanaki-tribes/
Giants of The Dawnland: Ancient Wabanaki Tales. By Alice Mead and Arnold Neptune.
Notes on a Lost Flute: A Field Guide to the Wabanaki. By Kerry Hardy.
Abbe Museum timeline of Wabanaki history
Decolonial atlas is a website that maps indigenous geographies. Here is a map they’ve put together with Passamaquoddy/Maliseet place names.
Wabanaki Place: Language and Landscape. Historian James E. Francis Sr. (Penobscot) shares stories about the origin and meaning of geographic place names in what is now known as Maine, from a Wabanaki perspective.