Willard Walker is a Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus, at Wesleyan University who lives in Canaan, Maine. He did field work with the Great Whale River Crees in the 1950s and the Passamaquoddies in the 1960s. He wrote “The Proto-Algonquians ” in Linguistics And Anthropology: In Honor Of C. F. Voegelin; “A Chronological Account of the Wabanaki Confederacy, with R .Conkling and G. Buesing in Political Organization Of Native North Americans; “Gabriel Tomah’s Journal,” Man In The Northeast (1981); “Literacy, Wampums, the Gudebuk, and How Indians in the Far Northeast Read, ” Anthropological Linguistics (1984); and “Wabanaki Wampum Protocol, ” Papers Of The 15th Algonquian Conference (1984).
Walker, Willard. "The Wabanaki Confederacy." Maine History 37, 3 (1998): 110-139. https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/mainehistoryjournal/vol37/iss3/13