Eastern Abenaki Language Family
(Also known as Abenaki or Abenaki-Penobscot or Alnôba)
Abenaki is an Eastern Algonquian language with only a handful of fluent speakers, and perhaps several hundred non-fluent speakers. Most Abenaki speakers are elderly and live on the Odanak reservation in Quebec, Canada. It was originally spoken in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Efforts are being made to revive the language.
There are two main groups of Abenaki dialects: Western Abenaki, which is still spoken in Quebec; and Eastern Abenaki, which was spoken until quite recently by some of the Penobscot tribe in eastern Maine.
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ABENAKI PENOBSCOT => ENGLISH
ENGLISH ==>ABENAKI PENOBSCOT: Whole word