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The Wabanaki were divided into the Western Abenaki, which were located west of the White Mountains, in New Hampshire, Vermont and Quebec, Canada and the Eastern Abenaki in Maine, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and New Brunswick.

The Cowasuck, meaning the "people of the white pines", were located in the upper region of the Connecticut River.

The Pennacook, also called Merrimac, were located around Concord, New Hampshire and north central Massachusetts. The name means "at the bottom of the hill".

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