A PowerPoint PresentationBy Zainab Jamali, LibbySarto, Isabella Spagnoli
 Homelands – New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine Winooski Valley European Exploration Period -  Canada, neighboring tribes T...
Called-WigwamsMaterials- Birch barkSize - average camping tent                               By Isabella S.
• Weapons :  spears, knives, b  ows , arrows• Materials :  bone, hide, woo  d, rock
 Abenaki-PenobscotLanguage                 „Woliwoni‟ Abenaki – “people of          “Thank You”the dawn” Alnombaki – “t...
 Materials:• Bones• Teeth• Hide – hunted animals Made:• Birch bark canoes• Pronged Spears – catchingfish• Nets – catchin...
Ceremonies:• DancingReligion• Everything is alive               By Libby S.
Men :• Breechcloth• Leather leggingsWomen :• Wrap around Deerskin  Skirts• Ponchos like blousesTall feather headdresses...
The Abenaki made many things for many                uses
 Hunted -  Deer, Moose, Beaver, Fis  h, Muskrat, Fox, Birds Planted -  Corn, Beans, Berries, Squ  ash Made – syrup Gat...
 http://www.bigorrin.org/Abenaki_kids.htm http://academics.smcvt.edu/winooskimills/A  benakiframe.htm http://www.dicksh...
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Abenaki

  1. 1. A PowerPoint PresentationBy Zainab Jamali, LibbySarto, Isabella Spagnoli
  2. 2.  Homelands – New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine Winooski Valley European Exploration Period - Canada, neighboring tribes Today – Quebec, New England By Zainab J.
  3. 3. Called-WigwamsMaterials- Birch barkSize - average camping tent By Isabella S.
  4. 4. • Weapons : spears, knives, b ows , arrows• Materials : bone, hide, woo d, rock
  5. 5.  Abenaki-PenobscotLanguage „Woliwoni‟ Abenaki – “people of “Thank You”the dawn” Alnombaki – “thepeople” ‘Kwai Kwai’ Not spoken today “ A Friendly Greeting” Quebec Abenaki – French New England Abenaki - English By Zainab J.
  6. 6.  Materials:• Bones• Teeth• Hide – hunted animals Made:• Birch bark canoes• Pronged Spears – catchingfish• Nets – catching fish Dogs – pack animals By Zainab J.
  7. 7. Ceremonies:• DancingReligion• Everything is alive By Libby S.
  8. 8. Men :• Breechcloth• Leather leggingsWomen :• Wrap around Deerskin Skirts• Ponchos like blousesTall feather headdresses By Libby S.
  9. 9. The Abenaki made many things for many uses
  10. 10.  Hunted - Deer, Moose, Beaver, Fis h, Muskrat, Fox, Birds Planted - Corn, Beans, Berries, Squ ash Made – syrup Gathered – Butternuts, Black Walnuts, Oak, Hazelnuts, Staghorn Sumac, Blackberries, Ras pberries; For : food and dye
  11. 11.  http://www.bigorrin.org/Abenaki_kids.htm http://academics.smcvt.edu/winooskimills/A benakiframe.htm http://www.dickshovel.com/aben.html http://www.nativelanguage.org/abenaki.htm “The Abenaki” by Elaine Landau

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