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Saturday, March 6, 2010

Howard F. Knight, Jr. and the Odamogan Living Museum, Inc. etc etc. Jonathan D. Yellowbear

Reply by Howard F Knight Jr Ret'd Chief on February 19, 2010 at 5:56pm

Kwai Kwai Jonathan Yellowbear,
I finally got a chance to get back and to read your reply to my prior postings, but not before "a snake in the woodpile" copied everything that I had posted to you and in reply yo (to) Karen and spread it all over what we alleged and reinvented Abenaki in Vermont, New Hampshire and elsewhere call his personal "Abenaki slander blog". Really? Aside from my "commentary and evaluation of the documention, the documents are FACTUAL and TRUTHFUL. I try not to get into a ruckus with those that I know have mental problems or are just "pains in the butt" type troublemakers with only negative thoughts and ideas about people and issues, that I personally consider to be minds. What else can you do with these type people?
I thank You for your kind and courteous comments. I hope that they are , and were , of help to you is your search for other True Abenaki like yourself. I only hope and pray that this "snake in the woodpile" (Howard F. Knight, Jr. MUST be referring to me, Douglas Buchholz?!) does not cause you problems just because you decide to discuss Abenaki issues with me (I don't bite off more than I can chew, I got enough on my plate dealing with Inc. wanna-be groups of alleged and reinvented Abenakis here in VT and NH. So with that said, Maine can take care of it's own Fakes, Fraud's and Wanabe Abenaki's). If that occurs, we can always go private between us. that would at least keep between us what I discuss with you. I am sure that he would be extremely upset and really rant and rave (No, I would not get upset, because everything that comes out of Howard Knight, Jr.'s mouth is pure unadulterated Bullsh**, and ANYONE stupid enough to associate or listen this man is very likely of like mindedness) because he did not know what we were saying and he couldn' copy and post on his "slander blog" and then try to twist it like he does to everyone of us on his "slander and attempted scandal blog". I know that you know the typr that I am speaking about; namely, No Brain, No Pain, No Gain. Enoght said on and about this brainless twit.

(Brainless twit?....not I, for I have Howard Knight, Jr.'s truthful factual genealogical history, his FACTUAL self-created documents going back years, even his Federal and State documentation, from Vermont all the way to El Dorado County, California!)

I am glad that you are finding your genealogy. It took me many, many years to get my genealogy together, and you are never done. I am still filling in the blanks WITH LIES and DISTORTIONS, as they say.. I have spent years and a lot of money, to include several years of research at the NEH&GS and I have doubts that I will ever get it completed. Fortunately, in a couple of old family diaries that my mother had, she had a couple of the ancient Abenaki family names that had the genealogy listed and also the translations from the Abenaki to English. MORE LIES.... That was a huge help, and another was the US Military records from the US Revolutionary War and the US Census records. I Thank the Creator for those records all being available for tracing various family names.

If you are still researching your family, do consider tracing the family members that you are seeking through US Military records and the US Census records as well. They are clearly a good resoucrse to utilize. Being 68 Winters, I have learned a few things during those many winters.

Who, in today's world in the year 2010, goes around saying they are 68 "Winters".....

Well heck, in that case, I am 42 Falls....after April 11th.

My Father will be 69 Springs....after March 15th.

My Mother would have been 66 Summers....if she were alive today.

If you wish any information that I might know, feel free to contact me at my e-mail addy: wobanaki@kingcon.com .This way, we can keep the "twit" (is this where I am supposed to raise my hand?) from reading our e-mails, which are actually are non of his nosy nose's business. With that said, you be well, stay well and The Creator keep you well, and also, let me how I can send some money for your campaign. It can not be a lot but every little bit, I am sure will help, especially if more Abenaki help a fellow Abenaki, which is as it should be. Until later.and Olwini for your reply.
Respectfully Yours,
Howard Knight, Jr.

SOURCE: http://paintmainered.ning.com/forum/topics/independent-conservitive?id=2731571%3ATopic%3A24321&page=2#comments

LINK: http://www.odamogan-museum.org/
Odamogan Living History Museum
Charter Membership will be for a period of twelve (12) months, commencing with the month in which the membership fee is received by our office.
ODAMOGAN CLAN (Dragonfly) -- $25.00 - $55.00
AWASOS CLAN (Bear) -- $55.00 - $100.00
MAGÔLIBO CLAN (Caribou) -- $100.00 - $500.00
WÔBOZ CLAN (Elk) -- $500.00 - $900.00
MÔZ CLAN (Moose) -- $900.00 and above
O-da-mo-gan Clan $25.00 - $55.00
O-da-mo-gan is the Abenaki word for Dragonfly. The Dragonfly is looked upon as a good luck symbol, not to mention eating large amounts of mosquitoes. Although the Dragonfly is very small, it does great things.
A-wa-sos Clan $55.00 - $100.00
Awasos is the Abenaki word for Bear. Some legends say that the Bear is the closest animal to man. The bear is strong and can do greater things.
Ma-gôl-ibo Clan $100.00 - $500.00
Ma-gôl-ibo is the Abenaki word for Caribou. This animal was used by the Native Peoples in pre-contact time for food and clothing. Caribou were able to travel great distances.
Wô-boz Clan $500.00 - $900.00 Wô-boz is the Abenaki word for Elk. This animal roamed throughout the eastern parts of this country and was used if one could be caught. However, like the Caribou, the Elk no longer roam the woods of Maine.
Môz Clan $900.00 and up.
Môz is the Abenaki word for Moose. This animal pushed out the Caribou and the Elk by following the melting snow pack from the last ice age. The Caribou and Elk can be found north and west of Maine. The Moose was used extensively in the interior of Maine for food and Clothing. The Moose has done great things for the Native Peoples of what is now the State of Maine.

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