Moneskatik (Ma-na-ska-deeg) translates to clam place, literally the places where clams are dug in the Passamaquoddy Maliseet languages. It also used to reference the area now known as Bar Harbor. The Maine coast has many clam places, both past and present and this page features stories about people and their relationships with these clam places. We are still adding to these stories and profiles, so please reach out if you have additions or would like to work with us to include a description for your project.
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