Cultural Resources

Information on Vermont's Abenaki Bands

Each of Vermont’s Abenaki communities hosts a rich website full of interesting information on the tribe’s history, traditions, language, stories, governance, education, powwows and other events, and much more.

Visit these websites for more information:

Other Resources

Native Arts New England

A program of the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA).

Native Arts programs at NEFA seeks to support Native American artists in New England and nationally through grant making and network development. The program works to build regional and national support structures to help Native artists reach broader audiences, connect with new markets for their work, and gain access to financial resources.

For grant guidelines and deadlines, visit the Native Arts New England Website

 

National Native Artist Exchange

The National Native Artist Exchange is designed to support the exchange of artistic skills and knowledge among Native artists. American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian artists residing in any of the 50 United States may apply to teach, learn and collaborate in traditional and/or contemporary Native art forms through travel from one region to another across the nation. The applicant must identify a collaborating artist and specific project as part of the exchange, which must be beneficial to both artists.

For grant guidelines and deadlines, visit the National Native Artist Exchange Website

 

 

Contact Us

Jess Robinson - State Archaeologist
Division for Historic Preservation

1 National Life Drive, Davis Building, 6th Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620-0501
802-272-2509

Jenni Lavoie - Administrative Assistant
Division for Historic Preservation

1 National Life Drive, Davis Building, 6th Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620-0501
802-828-3540