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The Indians of New Jersey

Dorothy Cross

The Indians of New Jersey

by Dorothy Cross

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Published by The Archaeological Society of New Jersey in New Jersey .
Written in English


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ContributionsArchaeological Society of New Jersey
The Physical Object
Pagination14 pages :
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26621680M

The Delaware, still enraged by the fraudulent Walking Purchase of their lands in , and encouraged by their new advantage, threatened colonial settlements in New Jersey. During the French and Indian War that followed, New Jersey sent its provincial regiment, the "Jersey Blues," to battles at Oswego, Ticonderoga, and Lake George. Trenton: The Archeological Society of New Jersey, Two printed folders, each containing six 9x6 inch black and white prints depicting Native American lifeways. The folder for Series I is mildly scuffed; prints are all very good. (Inventory #: ).

Cities with the Highest Percentage of Indians (Asian) in New Jersey: New Jersey Report: Percentage of Indians (Asian) Related Reports. Percentage of Indians (Asian) in New Jersey by Zip Code. Percentage of Indians (Asian) in the United States by Zip Code. Percentage of Indians (Asian) in the United States by City New Jersey (1) 7, General Maxwell's Brigade of the New Jersey Contintental Line in the Expedition Against the Indians in the Year book. Read reviews from world’s larg.

Percentage of Indians (Asian) in New Jersey by City Percentage of Indians (Asian) in the United States by Zip Code Percentage of Indians (Asian) in the United States by City. item 3 Homes and Haunts of the Indians: New York and New Jersey by Albert H. Heusser (E - Homes and Haunts of the Indians: New York and New Jersey by Albert H. Heusser (E. $ Free shipping. item 4 HOMES AND HAUNTS OF THE INDIANS BY ALBERT H. HEUSSER BOOK - KD C - HOMES AND HAUNTS OF THE INDIANS BY ALBERT H. HEUSSER BOOK - KD.


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Mark Raymond Harrington has 21 books on Goodreads with ratings. Mark Raymond Harrington’s most popular book is The Indians of New Jersey: Dickon Amon. The Lenni Lenape, or Delaware, Indians occupied New Jersey and parts of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New York an estimated several centuries before the Europeans arrived.

Historians and geographers believe that the Indian population was about 6, or about. The Delaware Indians is the first comprehensive account of what happened to the main body of the Delaware Nation over the past three centuries.

Weslager puts into perspective the important events in United States history in which the Delawares participated and he adds new /5(2). Lenape Lifeways Educational Program, Inc.

Learn about the Lenape Indians. Lenape Lifeways Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality outreach presentations at affordable rates to schools and other learning institutions. All of our curriculum-based presentations are supported by certified teachers.

Lenape Lifeways also sells books about the Lenape Indians. The Indians who inhabited New Jersey when the white man came called their country Scheyechbi and themselves Lenni Lenape, meaning "Original People." The Colonists named them Delawares because most of them lived along the Delaware River.

The booklet “ Indian Habitations in Sussex County, New Jersey” was published just one century ago but to this very day it continues to provide its readers with tremendous insights into the.Children's Literature When the Shadbush Blooms by Carla Messinger, Susan Katz, The Indians of New Jersey: Grade 4 and up - This enigmatic book presents the remembrances of 33 individuals from 22 different American Indian nations, ranging from anonymous men and women to such well-known figures as Black Elk and Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins.The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape people (also known as Nanticoke Lenape) are a tribal confederation of Nanticoke of the Delmarva Peninsula and the Lenape of southern New Jersey and northern are recognized by the state of New Jersey, having reorganized and maintained elected governments since the s.

They have not yet achieved federal recognition.