Indigenous New Hampshire


Indigenous New Hampshire seeks to reframe the history of present-day New Hampshire from an indigenous perspective. This ongoing project comprises a series of blog entries as well as a StoryMap marking sites of historic and cultural significance to Western Abenaki peoples, the indigenous inhabitants of the territory now called New England.

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The Indigenous New Hampshire Collaborative Collective includes students and faculty of the University of New Hampshire Anthropology Department, Denise and Paul Pouliot of the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook-Abenaki People, other Indigenous people of Abenaki and other Tribal affiliations who live in NH, as well as local historians, archaeologists, and community volunteers and participants.