A Theme of Invisibility: Abenaki History in New Hampshire

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From the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript:

Franklin Pierce professor Robert Goodby used this statement as his premise during a talk on the Abenaki presence in New England at the Greenville library on Wednesday, Oct. 14th. “There is a theme of invisibility,” said Goodby. “Native history is largely invisible to people, and there is a lack of information about native history.”

“They’re still here,” said Goodby. “They never left.”


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