Pennacook

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pennacook

Algonquian-speaking North American Indians whose villages were located in what are now southern and central New Hampshire, northeastern Massachusetts, and southern Maine. The Pennacook economy depended on hunting, fishing, and the cultivation of corn (maize). They were semisedentary, moving seasonally in response to the availability of food resources

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