View the maps to find the answers to the questions below.
What does Wôbanakik mean?
What is the body of water in the top right portion of the map?
How is the orientation of this map different from other maps of northern New England and why?
What are the boundaries of Wôbanakik?
Can you find any place names that are similar to names today?
Which river is closest to where you live?
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About the Map(s): Please note the map orientation (clue: “Wôbanakik” is Abenaki for “Land of the Dawn”) Original Wôbanakik Map, Copyright 1995, Frederick M. Wiseman
Use Google Earth? View the Wôbanakik Map as an Image Overlay in Google Earth Right-Click on the link to download the file WOBANAKIK_Map_Image_Overlay.kmz (1.4Mb)