FIDDLE HEAD TURTLEThe staff strides through multiple programs in the department to preserve the rich culture and history that is so important to the people of the Penobscot Nation.  There are ongoing efforts to revitalize the Penobscot language through classes and by making use of new technology.    

 

The Penobscot Cultural & Historic Preservation Department now have the Penobscot Dictionary available on-line with audio.

Penobscot Dictionary

Language Camp 2016

Calendar Reference  

Download the Penobscot Unicode Here

Language Potluck Conversational Words

Speak Penobscot In The Home        

Speak Penobscot In The Kitchen...  -Conversations
   -Commands
   -Utensils
   -Food

 

 

 

 

 

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April 7, 1604

French cartographer Samuel de Champlain leaves from France with a French nobleman, Pierre Du Gua De Monts, for Maine. They entered the Bay of Fundy by May, and later Champlain would meet Penobscot Chief Bashabez at the mouth of the Kenduskeag Stream on the Penobscot River.