• Saint Croix Island in middle of river

    Saint Croix Island

    International Historic Site Maine

Traveling Trunks

  • Drawing of villagers building a community on Saint Croix Island.

    Featured Materials

    Saint Croix 1604 Traveling Trunk

    Immerse yourself in the livesof the island's inhabitants through their struggles and achievements. Explore »

Browse Our Traveling Trunks

Results

Showing results 1-2 of 2

  • Acadia National Park

    Passamaquoddy History & Culture: A Traveling Teaching Kit

    Passamaquoddy History & Culture: A Traveling Teaching Kit

    The National Park Service and the Abbe Museum collaborated to create this award-winning traveling kit. This kit does not attempt to fully teach all Passamaquoddy history. Rather, these lessons and activities should be used as an introduction that will inspire you and your students to learn more about Passamaquoddy and other Wabanaki history.

  • Saint Croix Island International Historic Site

    Saint Croix 1604 Traveling Trunk

    Saint Croix 1604 Traveling Trunk

    The Saint Croix 1604 Interpretive Trunks were assembled to increase awareness and knowledge of Saint Croix Island and its history. The trunks contain: - booklets on the history of the island, - a teacher's guide with activities and lessons, - brochures and books about the Native Americans who played a large role in Saint Croix's history, and - props that accompany certain activities.

Did You Know?

French Huguenots and Catholics settled Saint Croix.

Saint Croix Island was settled by Huguenots (French Protestants) and Catholics, a rare example of religious tolerance between these two groups. The island is protected today as part of Saint Croix Island International Historic Site.