Without realizing it, we still travel on routes where native peoples and the earliest European traders once walked. We still call some places by versions of their traditional names without knowing what the names mean. We speed past stands of nut trees and food crops still growing where generations of Wabanaki people once gathered in seasonal villages. "Notes on a Lost Flute" shows us how much we've been missing. Color photos, maps, and illustrations throughout. Paperback. 144 pgs.