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Mount Kearsage Indian Museum - "In 1992 the Museum dedicated and opened Medicine Woods (a nature trail where plants are identified as to how they were used for food, dye, and medicine), and planted Anna's Garden with traditional crops such as corn, beans, and squash. Festival activities include craft demonstrations, drumming, singing, dancing, storytelling, children's games and crafts, special lectures, guided nature walks, and encampments." - Quote from the Website
New Hampshire Tribes - Multiple listings of Indian tribes making their homes in New Hampshire. The Abenaki and The Pennacook New Hampshire Tribe. Where to write and telephones to contact.
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