The Lenape are a Native American tribe and First Nations band government.
They are also ... Families were matrilocal; newlywed couples would live with the
bride's family, where ... Lenni-Lenape ...
As part of the Eastern Woodlands, Lenapehoking had many rivers, streams and
... They did not steal from anyone in their own village, for there was no reason to ...
Our Lenape ancestors were those who inhabited New Jersey, Delaware, ... The
Unami (People Down River) and the Unalachtigo (People Who Live Near the ...
The first people to live in the Mount Laurel area were the Lenni Lenape Indians.
... The women and older girls did the cooking, often making a stew from the ...
Jun 26, 2013 ... Why did the Lenape people accept the name “Delaware”? ... If you could go back
and live the way your ancestors did, would you? Why?
The Lenni Lenapes originally inhabited the Delaware River Valley from ...
Approximately 10,000 Lenape live in eastern Oklahoma and until recently ... It is
alleged that the Munsee group did not include any Turtle clan, only Wolf and
Nov 27, 2011 ... The political focus of the Lenni Lenape was the village which was ... Unlike the
European kings, a son did not automatically assume his father's position. ...
understood that both sides were not obligated to live with each other ...
Jan 10, 2012 ... Then Traveling Shelters <ul><li>The Lenape also used lean-tos. ... many other
Indian tribes , the Lenape Indians did not live in teepees.
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Nov 4, 2015 ... John Kraft, the curator and guide of the Lenape Indian Village at Waterloo ... Your
browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. ... Over
the centuries, these ancestors of the Lenape began to cultivate crops and live in
... Dance With Me: The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Indians of New ...
The Lenni Lenape, however, did not believe they were selling the land forever
and ... Today, some Lenni Lenape descendents live on reservations in Oklahoma