Today, many Abenaki people still live in New Hampshire, as well as all over the world. They make traditional Abenaki crafts, like baskets, as well as jewelry, musical instruments, rattles, clothing, and all kinds of art. This photo is of Bill and Sherry Gould, who live in Warner, NH, and are Abenaki basket makers. Basket making is an important Abenaki art form. The Goulds show their works of art at museums and art fairs all over the country. The Goulds are from the Nulhegan Band of Coosuk Abenaki, a Vermont state-recognized tribe. This photograph was taken at the League of N.H. Craftsmen annual fair at the Mount Sunapee Resort.