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Bonnie Newsom, archaeologist, photographed in her office at the University of Maine, Orono. Dr. Newsom is a citizen of the Penobscot Nation, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Associate Faculty in the Climate Change Institute. She also serves on the Maine State Museum Commission. Dr. Newsom’s research focuses on the past lifeways of Maine's Native peoples with an emphasis on past potters and their ceramic technology. Dr. Newsom is also an artist working to preserve birch bark biting, a beautiful but endangered Wabanaki art form.

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Bonnie Newsom, archaeologist, photographed in her office at the University of Maine, Orono. Dr. Newsom is a citizen of the Penobscot Nation, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Associate Faculty in the Climate Change Institute. She also serves on the Maine State Museum Commission.  Dr. Newsom’s research focuses on the past lifeways of Maine's Native peoples with an emphasis on past potters and their ceramic technology.  Dr. Newsom is also an artist working to preserve birch bark biting, a beautiful but endangered Wabanaki art form.