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An Evening Film and Q & A: "the Penobscot Nation and Indian Island, Maine" - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Frederick
29:27
"An Evening Film and Q & A: 'The Penobscot Nation and Indian Island, Maine,'" sponsored by The Thoreau Society and The Penobscot Nation with interviewers Michael Frederick and Ron Hoag and guest speakers: Christopher Sockalexis, Chris “Charlie Brown” Francis, Jason Pardilla, James Eric Francis Sr., Jennifer Neptune, and J. Bryan Wentzell.
Michael Frederick
30:19
The film, "the Penobscot" https://vimeo.com/427895797
Bob Young
45:41
As I watched James and Bryan's flight up the river, Mt. Kineo and Indian Island, I followed along with GoogleEarth. With that I could see the whole geographic orientation and more fully understand the context of the river trip. It was a real unique perspective. I recommend it for a great learning experience.
Jayne Gordon
47:19
I did the same thing, Bob! It was a terrific experience!
rwalls
01:06:55
I really appreciate how comprehensive the film is, how you use aerial photography, art work, maps, archaeology, and oral tradition to tell the story of the Penobscot, and especially how it illustrates the larger range of Penobscot territory well beyond Indian Island. You basically re-map the landscape from a Penobscot perspective. Question: are there issues or topics that you didn't cover, but that you want to cover, maybe in future films?
Bob Young
01:09:11
Here is the URL for the YANKEE MAGAZINE article...lots of great pictures of our panelists. https://newengland.com/yankee-magazine/travel/maine/thoreaus-maine-adventure/
Jennifer Neptune
01:23:06
jennifer.neptune@penobscotnation.org
Jennifer Neptune
01:23:26
Or museum@penobscotnation.org
Jennifer Neptune
01:25:36
lI been typing away to all your questions and just noticed my answers only went to the panelists. Sorry, I’ll try to copy & paste….
Rebecca Gould
01:26:10
Thank you, everyone, for this wonderful film and great discussion.
Jennifer Neptune
01:26:24
the paddle was made by Joe Dana who is a modern Penobscot birchbark canoe maker and very talented wood carver
Lucy Burke
01:26:52
Thanks so much. Loved the introduction to Joseph Attean. Any comments on Joseph’s feelings about the contributions/legacy of the Jesuits or Sisters of Mercy?
Michael Frederick
01:27:08
From Karen McLean to All Panelists: 08:01 PMReally enjoyed the film. :)From Me to Everyone: 08:05 PM"An Evening Film and Q & A: 'The Penobscot Nation and Indian Island, Maine,'" sponsored by The Thoreau Society and The Penobscot Nation with interviewers Michael Frederick and Ron Hoag and guest speakers: Christopher Sockalexis, Chris “Charlie Brown” Francis, Jason Pardilla, James Eric Francis Sr., Jennifer Neptune, and J. Bryan Wentzell.The film, "the Penobscot" https://vimeo.com/427895797From Jayne Gordon to All Panelists: 08:11 PMI am very much interested in the ways that place names give meaning to the landscape, and, as you said in the film, help us to see how the ancestors saw the landscape. Is there a glossary of Wabanaki place names in Maine? I live in Maine, have been to the tribal museum on Indian Island.From Jennifer Neptune to All Panelists: 08:14 PMHi Jane, there is a map that the Penobscot Nation Cultural Department has done with place names and with the story of the moose. It is avail
Don Watson
01:27:22
Thanks to all panelists for your creativity and time for this webinar.
Natasha Shabat
01:28:00
Thank you all for your thoughtful comments on a meaningful video.
rwalls
01:28:59
Thank you all. I look forward to future films!
Michael Berger
01:30:52
Thank you all for a wonderful presentation