Massive Passamaquoddy-Maliseet dictionary holds Algonquian culture

Feb 4, 2009 at 2:00 PM EST

INDIAN TOWNSHIP, Maine - After three decades of work, a group of
native speakers, educators and linguists have produced an Algonquian
language dictionary unequalled in size, scope and depth.

Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Language Documentation and Revival, by BenLevine and Robert M. Leavitt  (in pdf form)

An article for the 40th Algonquian Conference Papers: “Language Keepers” : The Role of the Facilitator in Documenting 
Passamaquoddy Group Discourse by Margaret Apt and Julia Schulz (pdf format)

Language revival projects (Ben Levine and Julia Schulz)
"Innovative approaches for preventing and reversing heritage language decline and loss"

Maliseet - Passamaquoddy Dictionary (online version) hosted by the Mi'kmaq - Maliseet Institute, University of New Brunswick

National Endowment for the Humanities Endangered Language Program

National Science Foundation Endangered Language Program

Northeast Historic Film, Bucksport, Maine
"A regional moving image archive dedicated to collecting, preserving, and make accessible film and video related to northern New England."

Passamaquoddy Tribe at Motahkomikuk (Indian Township, Maine)

Passamaquoddy Tribe at Sipayik (Pleasant Point, Maine)

Tobique First Nation Indigenous Geography web page (National Museum of the American Indian)

Wabanaki Center at the University of Maine
"Promoting and supporting indigenous scholarship"

Waking Up French
"The repression and renaissance of the French in New England: a film by Ben Levine" is committed to storytelling in the digital media industry. Our primary goal is to find relevant, timely and inspiring stories of the life and times of Canada’s aboriginal community.