Abenaki Indians

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Abenaki Indians attacked Andover on February 22, or March 4, 1698. <br>
Abenaki Indians attacked Andover on February 22, or March 4, 1698. <br>
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*[http://134.241.121.88/ipac20/ipac.jsp?profile=man&amp;source=~!horizon&amp;view=subscriptionsummary&amp;uri=full=3100001~!338129~!0&amp;ri=5&amp;aspect=subtab783&amp;menu=search&amp;ipp=20&amp;spp=20&amp;staffonly=&amp;term=abenaki+warrior&amp;index=.GW&amp;uindex=&amp;aspect=subtab783&amp;menu=search&amp;ri=5#focus ''Abenaki Warrior: the Life and Times of Chief Escumbuit, Big Island Pond, 1665 - 1727: French Hero! British Monster! Indian Patriot''] by Alfred E. Kayworth mentions Andover Reference Librarian.
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*[http://134.241.121.88/ipac20/ipac.jsp?profile=man&amp;source=~!horizon&amp;view=subscriptionsummary&amp;uri=full=3100001~!338129~!0&amp;ri=5&amp;aspect=subtab783&amp;menu=search&amp;ipp=20&amp;spp=20&amp;staffonly=&amp;term=abenaki+warrior&amp;index=.GW&amp;uindex=&amp;aspect=subtab783&amp;menu=search&amp;ri=5#focus ''Abenaki Warrior: the Life and Times of Chief Escumbuit, Big Island Pond, 1665 - 1727: French Hero! British Monster! Indian Patriot''] by Alfred E. Kayworth mentions Andover Reference Librarian Glenda Schaake.
*Article in Eagle Tribune, July 1, 1998, pages 25-26
*Article in Eagle Tribune, July 1, 1998, pages 25-26

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Abenaki Indians attacked Andover on February 22, or March 4, 1698.
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