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Lenape - Wikipedia

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The Lenape are a Native American tribe and First Nations band government. They are also ... Lenni-Lenape (or Lenni-Lenapi) comes from their autonym, Lenni, which may mean "genuine, pure, .........

Religion & Beliefs of the Lenape Indians | The Classroom | Synonym

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When Europeans began settling the region between the Delaware River and the Atlantic Ocean in the 17th century, they encountered Lenni Lenape American ...

About the Lenapes - Welcome to Lenape Lifeways

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As part of the Eastern Woodlands, Lenapehoking had many rivers, streams ... The chiefs also had to know about religion so that they could lead the people in ...

Delaware/Lenape Legends, Myths, and Traditional Indian Stories

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Index of Lenape Delaware legends, folktales, and mythology, including a discussion of the Walam Olum. ... to Lenape men in dreams and is the focus of certain traditional Lenape religious rituals. ... Lenni Lenape myths about the origin of fire.

Religion and expressive culture - Delaware

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Religious Beliefs. The aboriginal Lenape were animistic, but individuals held strong beliefs about the unity of all living as well as inanimate things. By 1800 the  ...

Native Americans: Delaware/Lenape History and Culture

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Culture, history and genealogy of the Lenni Lenape Delaware tribe of Native Americans. ... Advice for people researching traditional Lenape religion and other  ...

Religion and Cosmology - Pomona College Astronomy

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The main tenant of the Lenape people was that ÒmanaÓ or power existed in certain things, both inanimate and alive, which were considered objects of awe and ...

Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape

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Welcome. This website is dedicated to the Ongoing History and Living Culture of the. Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape People. You will find interesting information about ...

The Lenni-Lenape: No Longer an NJ Tribe? - Montclair State ...

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Oct 27, 2015 ... This salient question – touching on history, culture, religion, and politics ... Panelists Representing The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation.

What weapons did the Lenni Lenape men use? | Reference.com

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The Lenni Lenape Indians, who inhabited North America, carried bows and arrows, spears, and heavy stone clubs. These weapons were used for hunting and ...

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Lenni Lenape Culture | Native American Netroots

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Nov 27, 2011 ... The political focus of the Lenni Lenape was the village which was generally ... There was no religious ceremony involved in marriage, and the ...

Facts for Kids: Lenni Lenape Indian Tribe (Delaware Indians ...

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Information about the Delaware or Lenni Lenape Indians of New Jersey for ... Where do the Lenni Lenape Indians live? .... What about Lenni Lenape religion?

Our Tribal History... - Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape

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We called ourselves "Lenni-Lenape," which literally means "Men of Men", but is translated ... With the protections of the "American Indian Religious Freedom Act"  ...