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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanticoke_people

Some Nanticoke settled across the Delaware Bay in ... The Nanticoke Lenni- Lenape Indians of New ...

nanticokeindians.org

Heritage Day at the Nanticoke Indian Museum was held on May 14, 2016. This is an annual event celebrating our ... New Tribal Council. PHOTO OF THE DAY.

nanticokeindians.org/page/history

First contact with the Nanticoke Tribe was recorded by Captain John Smith in 1608. ... The Kuskarawaoks, later known as the Nanticoke Indians, cautiously ...

www.easternshore.com/esguide/hist_nanticoke.html

The Nanticokes were known as People of the Tide Water. They were called Wenekto by the Delaware Indians. The Nanticokes and their descendants were not ...

www.bigorrin.org/nanticoke_kids.htm

There is no officially recognized Nanticoke tribe in the United States. That means the Nanticoke Indians don't have a reservation or their own government.

www.native-languages.org/nanticoke.htm

Information on the Nanticoke language and the Nanticoke Indians of Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Includes a kids' section with questions and ...

www.native-languages.org/nanticoke_culture.htm

Language, culture, history and genealogy of the Nanticoke Indians.

www.accessgenealogy.com/native/nanticoke-tribe.htm

Aug 4, 2014 ... Nanticoke Indians (from Nentego, var. of Delaware Unechtgo, Unalachtgo, ' tidewater people'). An important Algonquian tribe living on ...

www.nanticoke-lenape.info/history.htm

From the early 1600's, the European settlers called the Lenape people " Delaware Indians." Three main dialect clans, each made up of smaller independent but ...