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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700sones still exist because birch bark is so fragile, says Laurie LaBar, chief cur
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 22 days ago
ones still exist because birch bark is so fragile, says Laurie LaBar, chief curator of history and decorative arts at the Maine State Museum in Augusta. The Pejepscot Historical Society came in possession of the 16-foot-long canoe in 1889. Museum... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700sones still exist because birch bark is so fragile, says Laurie LaBar, chief cur
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 22 days ago
ones still exist because birch bark is so fragile, says Laurie LaBar, chief curator of history and decorative arts at the Maine State Museum in Augusta. The Pejepscot Historical Society came in possession of the 16-foot-long canoe in 1889. Museum... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700sones still exist because birch bark is so fragile, says Laurie LaBar, chief cur
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 22 days ago
ones still exist because birch bark is so fragile, says Laurie LaBar, chief curator of history and decorative arts at the Maine State Museum in Augusta. The Pejepscot Historical Society came in possession of the 16-foot-long canoe in 1889. Museum... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
Hawaii News Now / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
Greenwich Time / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
KXXV Waco / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
Stamford Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700scanoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 23 days ago
canoe in existence. Native Americans have been making these type of canoes for 3,000 years. But Laurie LaBar from the Maine State Museum says only a few of the earliest ones still exist because the bark is so fragile. The Pejepscot Historical... Read more
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