Traditional Abenaki of Mazipskwik and related bands —
A Native American Nation comprised of descendants of the Alnobak (Abenaki Indians) that have inhabited N'Dakinna, also
known as Vermont, Southern Quebec and parts of New York state and New Hampshire for over 12,000 years.
The Native American in Vermont —
"For many years it was thought that the area had been only a hunting and fishing ground for the Native. However, in recent decades,
archaeological research has uncovered evidence that there were a few permanent settlements, notably at such places as the Coos and
Oxbow areas along the Connecticut River in Orange County, midway up the eastern side of the state, and at the mouth of the Missisquoi
River in Franklin County (specifically, Swanton), in the northwest corner." - quoted from the web site.