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Wabantep: See Chief Graylock

Wabantep was the Algonquian name of the Abenaki chief known as Chief Greylock in English. Wabantep resembles the words for "white or gray head" in the languages of both the Abenaki tribe and the Wampanoag tribe (where Wabantep may have been born.)

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Here are our links related to Chief Wabantep:

 Chief Graylock
 Grey Lock's War

Here are our links related to the Missisquoi/Abenaki tribes:

 Abenaki language
 Wampanoag language
 Missisquoi tribe
 Chief Greylock and the Abenakis
 Abenaki nation
 Wampanoag tribe
 Abenaki legends
 Northeast Woodland Indian
 Algonquian language

Further Reading

Here are a few good books about the Abenakis:
 The Western Abenakis of Vermont
 The Original Vermonters
 The Language of Basket Making

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