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Maine tribe reacquires historically significant island lands
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16 June 2021
On 16 June 2021 The Associated Press reported:
A Native American tribe in Maine has partnered with conservation groups to take back ownership of an island that is historically significant to its members. The Passamaquoddy Tribe at Indian Township said Monday [17 May] that it has reacquired 140 acres of ancestral lands on an island in Big Lake in rural eastern Maine. The tribe said the island was originally known as Kuwesuwi Monihq, or Pine Island.
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