The article as it originally appeared. VIEW PAGE IN TIMESMACHINE November 22, 1981, Page 011031 The New York Times Archives EVERY fall beginning hundreds of years ago, the Lenape Indians would hold a long harvest festival to say wanishi -thank you - to...
https://youtu.be/HvkXvXjlNkc The Museum has added new interpretation to the Old New York diorama in the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall. Large-scale labels on the glass now add context and highlight misrepresentations of the Lenape, the Native people whose ancestral homeland included...
Nearly 400 years after the alleged “sale of Manhattan,” some Lenape strive to reawaken their cultural heritage on the islands where their ancestors thrived https://www.facebook.com/turtlegangnyc/videos/300338010451779/ A monument in lower Manhattan commemorates the "sale" of Lenape lands to the Dutch. (Colleen Connolly) By Colleen Connolly SMITHSONIAN.COM OCTOBER...
Vincent Mann November 8 at 9:37 PM Some have much to say about something which to contrary belief is about nothing.... In the time of our ancestors the world in which they lived bears only a slight resemblance to the one which...
Indian Identity In The 21 st Century: These Are Our Stories Pt. 1 - Gray Eagle In The Sky I am Gray Eagle In The Sky Depending upon where you are in the country and whom you ask you will likely...
State affirms recognition of Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape tribal nation Jim Walsh, Cherry Hill Courier-PostPublished 12:20 p.m. ET Nov. 15, 2018 | Updated 1:37 p.m. ET Nov. 15, 2018 CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE TRENTON – A South Jersey-based American Indian tribe said Thursday it has settled a six-year...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjkG0X6FF-A Nov 18, 2018 · by Stephen Nessen The Lenape people hosted their first Pow Wow in Manhattan since they were removed by the Dutch in the 1700s. Hundreds of people representing more than 100 indigenous peoples from across North America attended the Pow...
https://youtu.be/r-7P1O9lbT0 Providence Cultural Equity Initiative Published on Oct 17, 2018 Providence's Indian History - A Historical Overview of the Indigenous Legacy of Rhode Island's Capitol City Presented by Raymond Two Hawks Watson , CEO/Founder of the Providence Cultural Equity Initiative Thursday September...
https://youtu.be/mPecWNfKexg By Brooklyn Demme First created Follow Creator Akuy Eenda Maawehlaang: The Place Where People Gather This is a film about the Ramapough Lenape Nation, and their homeland struggle in Mahwah, NJ. Campaign FAQ Updates 0 Comments 0 Community Back this project About Prior to European colonization, the Ramapough Lenape Nation welcomed neighboring peoples from...
From a historical and scientific point of view, the Native American Lost Tribe claim is clearly narishkeit (Yiddish for foolishness). But even a brief exploration of it — who was making it and why, who was refuting it and why, reveals important...

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