Nulhegan Abenaki Home Page

Kwai Kwai! (Greetings)
Welcome to the website of the Abenaki Tribe
at Nulhegan~Memphremagog
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The mission of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation is to strengthen our government; to build our community, and ensure sustainability; to protect our customs and traditions; and to revive our culture and celebrate our heritage while sharing it with those around us. N'dakinna (our homeland) is nestled among the lakes, rivers, and forests of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.  Our connection to this land cannot be described in any language.  It is our birthright and obligation to advocate for our ancestral territory so that its uniqueness and beauty will be protected for the generations to come.


Annual Nulhegan Heritage Gathering

Please mark your Calendars as we have set the date and place for
our Gathering. This year, it will be held on September 2nd and 3rd.
Click here for more information.

This event is held to celebrate our heritage culture. We welcome the public to come and join us and to learn about our history and culture through songs and story telling as well as see
items from our crafts people from traditional arts and crafts
to modern interpretations of traditional art forms. 

Vending space is available as well as limited camping space. 
This is a rain or shine event .
***This is a drug and alcohol-free event.***


Michael Descoteaux or Nicole St. Onge

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"Abenaki Animals" Coloring Book Now Available!

The  Abenaki language is one of many indigenous languages in American which is currently in
jeopardy of being lost forever. This coloring book is just one small effort to get the Abenaki language
into the hands, hearts, and minds of children who are our best chance of saving this language. In
addition, all proceeds from the sale of this coloring book will go directly to Nulhegan Abenaki
youth in the form of higher education scholarships. We thank you for your support!

Coloring Books cost $5 each plus shipping and handling.
Please note that shipping costs are determined by the quantity
of books ordered and the location to which they are shipped.

To order, please send an email to Nicole St. Onge

Please provide the quantity you wish to purchase plus your name,
address, and phone number.

Checks will be made out to AHA (Abenakis Helping Abenakis)

Thank you!

Lake Willoughby

Lake Willoughby, Westmore, VT - part of our traditional homelands

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