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Natalie Dana-Lolar, University of Maine graduate student in Anthropology and Environmental Policy, photographed at the Penobscot Nation Museum, Indian Island, holding a drum she crafted using traditional techniques. She stands in front of a cabinet holding archaeological artifacts and a series of drums painted by James Francis. Mrs. Dana-Lolar is a Passamaquoddy/Penobscot tribal citizen currently at work on photographing and digitizing the collection at the Penobscot Nation Museum. Mrs. Dana-Lolar was awarded the Abbe Museum’s New Artist Fellowship Award and is a member of the Abbe's Archaeological Advisory Committee.

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Natalie Dana-Lolar, University of Maine graduate student in Anthropology and Environmental Policy, photographed at the Penobscot Nation Museum, Indian Island, holding a drum she crafted using traditional techniques. She stands in front of a cabinet holding archaeological artifacts and a series of drums painted by James Francis. Mrs. Dana-Lolar is a Passamaquoddy/Penobscot tribal citizen currently at work on photographing and digitizing the collection at the Penobscot Nation Museum. Mrs. Dana-Lolar was awarded the Abbe Museum’s New Artist Fellowship Award and is a member of the Abbe's Archaeological Advisory Committee.