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Cowasuck Tribe

"Cowasuck" is the name of one of the bands or subgroups of the Abenaki tribe, located in what is now New England. The name Cowasuck is a corruption of the band's name in their own language, koasek (also spelled goasek or kowasek), which means "people by the white pines." Descendants of the Cowasuck Abenakis live in many places today, but especially in Vermont and Massachusetts.

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Cowasuck Tribe Resources

Here are the homepages of three Cowasuck communities:
Koasek Traditional Band
Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Nation
Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook-Abenaki

And here are links to our webpages about the Cowasuck tribe and language:
 Cowasuck Abenaki language
 Cowasuck Abenaki tribe
 Cowasuck Abenaki Tribe for Kids
 Abenaki legends and myth
 Abenaki words
 Eastern Woodland Indian language groups
 Algonquian Indian tribes

Books about the Cowasucks

Here are a few good books about the Cowasuck and related Abenaki bands:
 The Western Abenakis of Vermont
 The Original Vermonters
 The Language of Basket Making

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