A Working Bibliography
THUS FAR . . .
In no particular order and with incomplete citation
Senier, Siobhan, ed. Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing From New England. University of Nebraska Press. 2014.
Saunders, Rory. Hachey, Michael A. Fay, Clem W. “Maine’s Diadromous Fish Community: Past, Present, and Implications for Atlantic Salmon Recovery”. Fisheries Vol 31 No. 11. November 2006. www.fisheries.org
Waldman, John. Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and Their Great Fish Migrations.
Cronon, William. Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England.
Pawling, Micah A., ed. Wabanaki Homeland and the New State of Maine: The 1820 Journal and Plans of Survey of Joseph Treat. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, MA in conjunction with Penobscot Indian Nation, Indian Island, Maine. 2007.
Mann, Charles C. “Native Intelligence”, Smithsonian Magazine, December 2005
Hornsby, Steven J. and Judd, Richard W. Historical Atlas of Maine.
Phillips, Butch. “A River Runs Through Us”, Penobscot River Restortation Trust
Struck, Doug. “Nature Unplugged” Christian Science Monitor Weekly, August 4, 2014
“Penobscot River Restoration Project” Bangor Daily News Special Section, July 20, 2013.
Nicolar, Joseph. The Life and Traditions of the Red Man. ed. Annette Kolodny. Duke University Press. Durham and London. 2007.
Plumwood, Val. Environmental Culture: The ecological crisis of reason. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon. 2002.
Roelvink, Gerda and Gibson-Graham, J.K. "A Postcapitalist Politics of Dwelling: Ecological Humanities and Community Economies in Conversation". Australian Humanities Review, Vol. 46. 2009.
Paul, Mihku. 20th Century Pow-Wow Playland. Bowman Books, Greenfield Center, New York. 2012.
Loring, Donna M. In the Shadow of the Eagle: A Tribal Representative in Maine. Tilbury House, Publishers. Gardiner, ME. 2008.
Dana, Carol. When No One is Looking. Bowman Books. Greenfield Center, New York. 2011.
ssipsis & Georgia Mitchell. Molly Molasses & Me. ssipsis, c/o Robin Hood Books, Little Letterpress. Knox via Brooks, ME, Turtle Island. 1988.