The Niantic, or in their own language, the Nehântick or Nehantucket, were a tribe
of Algonquin-speaking Native Americans, who were living in Connecticut and
Rhode Island during the early coloni...
Covers Niantic Indian clothing, houses, language, history and culture. ... The
Niantics are original people of Rhode Island and Connecticut. Most of their ...
Meaning People of the “point of land on a tidal river” (Trumbull, Indian Place ...
and Niantic River, and in parts of modern East Lyme and Waterford, Connecticut.
Brief histories of the town of East Lyme, and of the Nehantic tribe. ... whose
territory stretched from the mouth of the river now named for them, the Niantic
River, westward to the Connecticut River. ... More about the Brothertown Indian
Jul 9, 2011 ... Western Niantic Indians. An Algonquian tribe formerly occupying the coast of
Connecticut from Niantic bay to the Connecticut river. De Forest ...
A charming New England village nestled on Niantic Bay, the coastal town of
Niantic ... It was originally settled in the 1640's and named by the Nehantic
The Niantic tribe is an Algonquian-speaking Native American group that
inhabited ... Rhode Island and the Western Niantics living in Niantic, Connecticut.
... Indians in the middle of Niantic village, and the Niantic Indian minister, Philip
Niantic, Algonquian-speaking woodland Indians of southern New England. ...
coast of what is now Rhode Island and on the neighbouring coast of Connecticut.
Connection in which the Western Niantic Indians have become noted. The name
of the Western Niantic is perpetuated in Niantic village, Niantic River, and ...
Aug 2, 1998 ... Descendants of 35 Connecticut families claiming to have ... Crescent Beach
section of East Lyme which reads, ''Niantic Indian Burying Ground ...