Last edited by Goltidal
Monday, May 18, 2020 | History

3 edition of Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River found in the catalog.

Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River

Joseph Baxter

Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River

by Joseph Baxter

  • 146 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by D. Clapp in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Abenaki Indians,
  • Maine -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Rev. Joseph Baxter ... 1717 ; with notes by the Rev. Elias Nason
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time
    ContributionsNason, Elias, 1811-1887
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14968017M

    People of the Androscoggin River Historical Information (Prior to ) Last Updated Mar Robin Doney is thought to be a half breed who lived among the Indians. He was a signer of the Articles of Peace at Pemaquid. Androscoggin River to Kennebec River down Dead River to Androscoggin Lake, carry to Wilson Pond then to. Posts about john dinsmore maine written by Brad Dinsmore. Journal of Several Visits to the Indians of the Kennebec River, By the Rev. Joseph Baxter, of Medfield Mass., After I had viewed the garrison I returned in about an hour & ½ to my sloop lying in ye mouth of the river and sent up one of them with a few hands upon deck as to.

    Kennebec Journal (daily) – March, Exceptions: July 1, – defective Missing:June , , Ap , Sept , Nov – Dec Imperfect: July 1, Active. The Jesuit Heritage in Maine early Jesuits landed in Maine. Departing from Quebec with his Indian guide, Claude, on 29 August , Father Druillettes journeyed by way of the Chaudiere and down the Kennebec River. He visited the Capuchins at Pentagoet (Castine) where they had established a mission in and where they warmly.

    A chief or sachem of the Kennebec tribe whose residence was at Norridgewock, Kennebec r., Me., the ancient capital or principal village of the tribe. He is mentioned as . A Maritime History of Bath, Maine and the Kennebec River Region, 2 Volumes. Hardcover – January 1, by William A. Baker (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 3/5(1).


Share this book
You might also like
Information requirements of college of education lecturers and schoolteachers

Information requirements of college of education lecturers and schoolteachers

Rugby for dummies

Rugby for dummies

Contemporary houses evaluated by their owners

Contemporary houses evaluated by their owners

Per modo di dire

Per modo di dire

Starting a conflict managers program

Starting a conflict managers program

Moving?

Moving?

Individual treble damage liability

Individual treble damage liability

Tolerance analysis of electronic circuits using Mathcad

Tolerance analysis of electronic circuits using Mathcad

Registratur AA. 3

Registratur AA. 3

Guide for a health program

Guide for a health program

The Gunpowder Plot

The Gunpowder Plot

Common sense and physical law

Common sense and physical law

Flood Control of Mouse River, N. Dak.

Flood Control of Mouse River, N. Dak.

Politics and policy

Politics and policy

Magnesium alloys and technology

Magnesium alloys and technology

little red hen

little red hen

Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River by Joseph Baxter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River. [Joseph Baxter; Elias Nason]. Title: Journal of Several Visits to the Indians On the Kennebec River Author: Joseph Baxter Created Date: 3/6/ AMAuthor: Joseph Baxter.

Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Baxter, Joseph, Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River. Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River [microform] Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River [microform] by Baxter, Joseph, Publication date Topics Abnaki Indians, Indians of North America, Abénakis (Indiens), IndiensPages: Features news from the Kennebec Journal of Augusta, Maine and Morning Sentinel of Waterville, Maine.

Serves Augusta, Hallowell, Manchester, Waterville and the Northern Kennebec Valley of central. Native American Indian cultures Find Native American ancestors in your family tree. The Kennebec Indian Tribe "Kennebec" was the name of an early Abenaki band of Maine, also known as name Kennebec came from the name of the river that ran through their territory, which in turn was named after the bay it emptied into (kinipek or kinipekw means "bay" in the Abenaki.

Kennebec Indians. Reprinted from THE KENNEBEC VALLEY by S.H. Whitney, When the valley of the Kennebec was first explored, it was inhabited by a tribe of Indians known as the Kennebis. The ruler of this great tribe lived upon Little Swan Island, a small. Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River; David Clapp & Son, Boston, MA.

Becker, Marshall J. () A Wampum Belt Chronology: Origins to Modern Times. Northeast Anthropology pg. Belcher, William R.

The Abenaki Indians, Their Treaties of &and a Vocabulary: With a Historical Introduction (), by Frederic Kidder (multiple formats at ) Journal of Several Visits to the Indians on the Kennebec River (; reprinted ), by Joseph Baxter (multiple formats at ).

Augusta s Beginnings Long before Europeans came up the Kennebec River to the head of the tide Algonquian speaking Indians, considered Wabanaki or People of the Dawn were already here. As early as the area was explored by English settlers from the short lived Sagadahoc or Popham Colony at the river rsquo s mouth.

The grow operation, run by David Vickers, will occupy slightly less than half the space at a 15,square-foot building at Whitten Road, near the Hallowell-Augusta line. After Gov. Janet. In there were but seven families [Kennebec Abenaki], and there is not one of all that noble race now on the earth.

Ne-Do-Ba Comment - - - Seven KNOWN Indian families on the Kennebec in probably represents 35 to 60 people - and how many others had already begun to hide in plain sight?The rest of the sentence is false - we know the Nicola family and a descendant of Natanis moved to.

Journal of Several Visits to the Indians On the Kennebec River. Joseph Baxter. Journal of Several Visits to the Indians On the Kennebec River.

by the Rev. Joseph Baxter, of Medfield, Mass., with notes by the Rev. Elias Nason. "Reprinted from the and Genealogical Register for January, ". The Kennebec River is a mile-long ( km) river within the U.S.

state of Maine. It rises in Moosehead Lake in west-central East and West Outlets join at Indian Pond and the river flows southward. Harris Station Dam, the largest hydroelectric dam in the state, was constructed near that river is joined at The Forks by its tributary the Dead River, also called the ⁃ location: Moosehead Lake.

Full text of "Illustrated history of Kennebec County, Maine; ;" See other formats. The Kennebec above Wyman Lake is a brawling freestone river that contains good populations of landlocked salmon and brook trout, but few browns.

Easy road access makes the seven-mile stretch between The Forks and Caratunk the most heavily used part of the upper river. The Kennebec River: A historic Maine resource The Kennebec River has been considered one of Maine’s most important resources for at least the past thousand years; its basin is located in west central Maine and drains 5, square miles, an area that is Author: Elise Begin.

Kennebec River, river in west-central Maine, U.S. The Kennebec rises from Moosehead Lake and flows south for about miles ( km) to the Atlantic Ocean.

It was explored by Samuel de Champlain between and Fort St. George, founded in at the head of navigation on the river near. Journal of Several Visits to the Indians of the Kennebec River, By the Rev.

Joseph Baxter, of Medfield Mass., by Robert Dinsmoor in his introduction to his book of poetry: “My father’s grandfather, John Dinsmoor, a great part of the time at a ‘dog trot,’ carrying their canoes with them.

When they had a river to cross, as. Journal of several visits to the Indians on the Kennebee River by: Baxter, Joseph, Published: () Recueil de pièces sur la negociation entre la Nouvelle France et la Nouvelle Angleterre, ès années et suivantes Published: ().

NATIVE VOICES:AND DESCRIPTIONS BY THOSE WHO KNEW THEM CONTENTS – Giovanni Verrazzano – Meets Maine natives – Kennebec Indians at a meeting in Georgetown – Transcript of the Falmouth Conference – Different world views far as we could judge from several visits to their houses, we think they live on game, fish, and.Thus we have Kennebec and Androscoggin Indians somewhere in Canada in the summer of and more planning to join them in the spring ofsince the Indians on the Kennebec at that time included Androscoggin and Saco River Indians under Squando (Hubbard )." (Chapter Arosagunticook and Androscoggin, pg.

).Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: History of the old towns, Norridgewock and Canaan, comprising Norridgewock, Canaan, Starks, Skowhegan, and Bloomfield, from their early settlement to the year including a sketch of the Abnakis Indians /.