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Micmac & Machegonne Native American Coffee Mugs & Cups

The 11 ounce black ceramic mugs have my own Micmac logo and artwork on both sides witch includes authentic Micmac double-curve designs. These double-curve designs date back thousands of years and have special meaning among the Wabanaki people with each Tribe having their own designs. The mugs include the Native American Micmac Indian colors (Black-White-Yellow-Red) representing the 4 races of people and the 4 directions.

Wabanaki meaning "the people of the land of the dawn"

These mugs and the imprinted artwork are microwave and dishwasher safe.
A white gift box comes with each mug ordered.
The MicMac Logo is also available on T-shirts and Tote-bags.

Native American coffee mugs Native American coffee mugs
Item No. MCM01 $9.50 each.

Native American coffee mugs
Item No. MCM04 $34.00 4 mugs.

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Machegonne Coffee Mugs

This 11 ounce white ceramic is two sided with my own Machegonne, Portland Maine logo on one side and information and meaning on the other side. This Native American Machegonne mug was created and designed to bring awareness of the 8,000 + years of Wabanaki & MicMac history in Casco Bay & the Portland Maine area. Machegonne is the Micmac Indian name for what is now Portland meaning, “shaped like a great knee. The mug also includes the 4 Micmac colors (Black-White-Yellow-Red) representing the 4 races of people.

These mugs and the imprinted artwork are microwave and dishwasher safe.

A white gift box comes with each mug ordered.

The Machegonne, Portland Maine Logo is also available on T-shirts.

Native American coffee mugs Native American coffee mugs
Item No. MPM01 $8.50 each.

Native American coffee mugs
Item No. MPM04 $30.00 4 mugs.

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The Micmac Indians

The Micmac originally occupied most of southeastern Canada and northern Maine and have lived there for thousands of years. They are one of the five Tribes of the Wabanaki people meaning "the people of the land of the dawn." The five Tribes are, the Abenaki, the Penobscot, the Passamaquoddy, the Maliseet and the Micmac, in Canada the Mi'kmaq. Miamac meaning "allies" were primarily fisherman and hunters and were the first Native Americans to have contact with the Europeans, the Vikings. Micmac are famed for their splint-ash basket making and their porcupine-quill art and sometimes called the Porcupine Indians. They are also known their snowshoes and their birchbark canoes in which they traveled up and down the Maine coast. Evidence of their early travels can be found in Machegonne, a Micmac Indian name for what is modern day Portland, Maine meaning "shaped like a great knee." Wabanaki Indians lived year around in the Portland area for over 8,000 years in their cod fishing villages.

Our name and logo symbolizes the rising sun, the Wabanaki people and the Micmacs, to show honor to our ancestors and bring awareness to others of our heritage.

All of our crafts and jewelry are authentic hand made by a Native Maine Micmac artist and craftsman, Robert Norell using natural materials keeping with the tradition of his culture.

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Custom Orders Welcome. Create & design your own Native American Indian jewelry- Necklace, Choker, Key Chain or Wristband. Choose the type, size & color of beads, clasps, hairpipes & ties you like.
Now available; Custom orders for the Native Roots T-Shirts with the Tribal affiliation or the State that you my like. E-mail or call for custom order quotes.

Made in Maine - Crafts & Jewelry Products by Maine's first Native Mainers.

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