Snapper Petta presents at Colonial Pemaquid

Snapper Petta, Outdoor Program Director – Residential Life & Community,  was an invited presenter at the annual two day event held at Colonial Pemaquid in New Harbor, ME on July 30th & 31st, 2016. Pemaquid, a 17th century living history site, interprets England’s attempts to establish a cod fishing industry while combating the continuing battles of the Wobanaki people and their French allies in their efforts to dislodge the English from this foothold on the North American coastline. Throughout the two days, dressed in period clothing, Snapper portrayed a French trader, displaying traditional trade goods and explaining the role of European interaction with the local Native American people.