Norm M’Sadoques

Enrolled Citizen of the Elnu Abenaki Tribe

Juried Artist since 2015

Norm M’Sadoques is Abenaki, of the Reserve Odanak, Quebec, Canada and Elnu Abenakis of Southern Vermont. His last name M’Sadoques translates to Big River Person (Gordon Day). Norm has actively researching Wabanaki (People of the Dawn) heritage since 1990. He is a Native Interpreter portraying 18th Century Abenaki since 1990. His main focus is on the French and Indian War.

He is a member of Eastern Woodland Alliance (18th Century Native re-enactment group), Compagnie LeBeouf (F&I re-enactment group) and French Creek Living History Association.  Norm reproduces 18th Century material culture: Twined bags, Gourd containers, Canoe paddle decoration and Wampum Belts. Norm is also an accomplished Wabanaki Singer & Drummer.


Email: [email protected]

Wampum wristband made by Norm M'Sadoques.
Gourd canteens made by Norm M'Sadoques.
Canoe paddles made by Norm M'Sadoques.


2016   Abenaki Cultural Weekend. Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Farmington, PA.


  • Compagnie LeBeouf (F&I re-enactment group)
  • Eastern Woodland Alliance (18th Century Native re-enactment group)
  • French Creek Living History Association
  • Vermont Abenaki Artists Association
  • Woodland Confederacy (Living History group)
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