The Nanticoke people are an indigenous American Algonquian people, whose
traditional ... In 1608, the Nanticoke came into European contact, with the arrival
of British captain John Smith. ... where ...
We are the descendants of those Nanticoke and Lenape who remained, ...
southern New York and eastern Pennsylvania at the time the Europeans came.
People: The Nanticoke Indians are a southern offshoot of the Lenni Lenape, ...
end of Chesapeake Bay in Maryland across Pennsylvania into southern New
York.The original number is uncertain, since Europeans seldom visited their
In the 1600s, European explorers encountered a great diversity of people living ...
Delaware, Matapeake, Nanticoke, Piscataway, Pocomoke, and Shawnee. .... are
the southern sections of New York, eastern Pennsylvania, and Delaware and ...
May 22, 2006 ... Nanticoke, Pennsylvania: Impacts of the Anthracite ...... 1.7 percent of mine
workers came from those regions, [southern and eastern European.
... Nanticoke in Luzerne County, on the southern tip of Pennsylvania's northern ....
of an “Industrial City” exhibited in Europe by architect Tony Garner in 1904.
Countries in southern Europe include Italy, Andorra, Macedonia, Gibraltar,
Greece, France, Spain, Portugal, Albania, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Slovenia,
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Luzerne... Lackawanna... southern Wayne... and. Pike counties in northeast ...
Captain Samuel Argall is credited to be the first European to discover a large bay
of water ... Pennsylvania woodland, down to just below the future city of
Philadelphia. ... to include the west side of the lower Hudson Valley in southern
New York. ... Lenape had three distinct dialects: Unami, Munsee, and Nanticoke,
the three ...
Europeans arrived, Native people developed and participated ... Powhatan,
Nanticoke, or Piscataway Chiefdoms, their history is not discussed in this guide.
.... Penn's “Holy Experiment” in Pennsylvania influence tribes' decisions to leave
the Chesapeake? ..... Native children in southern Maryland were not allowed to.