Word usage examples
The Marquis de Nesmond, with a powerful squadron of fifteen ships, including some of the best in the royal navy, sailed for Newfoundland, with orders to defeat an English squadron supposed to be there, and then to proceed to the mouth of the Penobscot, where he was to be joined by the Abenaki warriors and fifteen hundred troops from Canada.
He is popular among the Abnaki, Algonquin, Penobscot, and Wabanaki tribes, and the spelling of his name varies from Glooscap to Gluscabe, Gluscabi, Gluskab, etc.
Indian terms taken directly into English by the first colonists come from the two eastern families: the Iroquois confederacy, whose members included the Mohawk, Cherokee, Oneida, Seneca, Delaware and Huron tribes, and the even larger Algonquian group, which included Algonquin, Arapaho, Cree, Delaware, Illinois, Kickapoo, Narragansett, Ojibwa, Penobscot, Pequot and Sac and Fox, among many others.
The sea was tinted allover pink and through its surface the islands of Penobscot Bay seemed to be ascending as if they would lift completely free of the sea and become part of the pattern above.
These, with the Penobscots or Tarratines, are the Etchemins of early French waiters.
Penobscot, Algonquin, Huron, Ojibway, Mohawk, Yakima, Okanagan, Tlingit, Chinook, Beaver, Tanana, Cree, Bannock, Crow, Shoshone, Cheyenne.
Impossible even to imagine that Mohawk and Mahican had once wandered here - yes, and Wampanoag, Narraganset, Pequot, Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Abnaki, Malecite, Micmac.
Their villages were on the waters of the Androscoggin, the Saco, the Kennebec, the Penobscot, the St.
Then they had crossed the Penobscot River to Bucksport, where they had stayed another three days before moving on toward the coast again.
Neither the C* nor the Penobscot was a dedicated slaver, but both vessels carried a handful of Molts as part of their general cargo.