Penobscot Nation

12 Wabanaki Way, Indian Island
(207) 827-7776
penobscotnation.org

Population: 410

Area: 12.9 square miles

Distance to Bangor: 14.5 miles

Fire (non-emergency): (207) 827-3400

Police (non-emergency): (207) 827-3984

Indian Island School: (207) 827-4285

Linda McLeod,
Principal’s office
10 Wabanaki Way
iis.bie.edu

1786 was a noteworthy year for the Penobscot Nation, as that was the year they traded with Massachusetts most of the State of Maine. In return, they received close to 140 islands on the Penobscot River; adjacent to the City of Old Town.

The Island is connected to the Mainland with a bridge. The island is well known for its beauty and historical prominence.

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