"Norumbega Reconsidered explores the questions, controversies, and uncertainties about the ethnic identity and historical significance of the Wawenoc Indians of the central Maine coast, their residency in the Norumbega bioregion and their participation in the Native American trading confederacy of Mawooshen. This study asks and attempts to answer the following questions. Who were the Wawenocs? Where did they live, and why did they disappear from our landscape and our history books?" -from the Introduction. Written by H.G. Brack, with a guest essay by Kerry Hardy. Contains maps and an annotated bibliography.