The Turtle's Beating Heart: One Family's Story of Lenape
Survival opens with a tribal elder's explanation: "Delawares are like clouds .They never get together." Thus, Denise Low tackles one of the longest diasporas of any US tribal nation, in her searching memoir about family, identity, and history.
Originally known as Pagganuck ("Nut Island") to the Lenape
Indians, the island was the first landing place of the Dutch settlers when they founded New Netherland.
among the Quakers: The Life of Hannah Freeman.
"Trade Route" introduces Mekinges, "a Lenape
chief's daughter," who is married to the trader William Conner.
There is no typical day at Lenape
Technical School in Ford City, Pennsylvania.
The Task Force also supports larger projects, including an annual prevention conference sponsored by one of our largest providers, Lenape
Indigenous peoples understand resistance as a type of cultural immune system to the destructive nature of what the late Lenape
scholar Jack D.
And so I stood there, holding the metal contraption, staring out at the confluence of river, island and ocean, remembering from school lessons that before the Europeans arrived here, Leni Lenape
Indians camped on the beach to fish for clams on the way north or south along a well-worn trail.
The Chiefs of Ontario functions as a political forum and secretariat for 133 First Nations, which includes the Anishinabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe and Lenape
In assembling his composite portrait of the archetypal New Yorker (who is being gentrified out of existence, he laments), Quinn goes back to the real Native New Yorkers, the Lenape
Indians, who gave us a taste for tobacco, and moves on to the Dutch, who contributed irritability and cursing--still cherished qualities in this town.
Renewable energy company Blue Earth (NasdaqCM:BBLU) revealed on Thursday the completion of the sale of its wholly owned Lenape
II Solar to NRG Solar DG in a membership interest purchase agreement.
stories of the Lenape
healers who practiced its three dozen uses.