There is no typical day in Paul Pouliot’s life. When the phone rings, it might be Homeland Security, a state archeologist, the Department of Justice, a social worker from anywhere in the country, or a museum curator. Is he some sort of government mastermind? A genius academic? A think tank guru? Pouliot’s calling surely has elements of all of those, but quite simply, he is a sagamore, the chief of the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook Abenaki People.
Read the story by Cathy Allyn on page 5 of The Baysider newspaper. This is a multi-part story, so watch for more.
PS There’s a nice article on ash splint basketmaking on page 3 also!