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The Lenape

Herbert C. Kraft

The Lenape

archaeology, history, and ethnography

by Herbert C. Kraft

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Published by New Jersey Historical Society in Newark .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Delaware Indians -- History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHerbert C. Kraft.
    SeriesCollections of the New Jersey Historical Society -- v. 21
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 303 p. :
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23258179M
    ISBN 100911020144

    There are even Lenape words sprinkled throughout the book and a tiny Lenape/English phrase dictionary at the back of the book. This novel is a fictional account of an English boy's rescue from drowning by a Lenape family. It details his life and the lives of those around him as he learns about and adapts to the ways of the Lenape people. A Coloring Book of the First Americans – Lenape Indian drawings by Wm. S. Bock. When the Shadbush Blooms (Fall ) by Carla Messinger & Sue Katz. See link on the left for book information and Activity Page. A Native American Thought of It: Amazing Inventions & .

    The Lenape Homeland is an Indian saga revealing the origin of a Lenape homeland, and the heroic efforts of great sachems--Tamenend, Eesanques, and Mattahorn--to preserve that homeland amidst the wonders and terrors brought by European invaders. "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title/5(6).   Ten Fascinating Facts About the Lenape Chapter Notes Further Reading Books Works Consulted On the Internet Glossary Index Editorial Reviews. 04/01/ Gr 4–8—Here are detailed books on various Native American tribes and their traditions, gender roles, pastimes, foods, shelters, and more. The works are full Brand: Purple Toad Pub Inc.

    Lenape Heights Golf Course book your tee times online. Make golfing reservations for your group.   This book gave me a taste of the forgotten and true history of the land as a lost ancestral home of the Lenape tribe. The author's indictment of the Quakers could upset some readers. While I feel more forgiving than This was an important book for me to read/5.


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Written by one of the foremost authorities on the Lenape in New Jersey, the late Dr. Herbert Kraft, this book provides a very good introduction to the first New Jerseyans. Of course, a book of only 60 pages cannot cover everything, but for students, teachers, or anyone else interested in a quick, concise introduction to the Lenape, you cannot go wrong with this book.5/5(3).

This is a terrific book for for elementary school students who are interested in the traditional way of life of the Lenape or Delaware Indians. It's also ideal for the typical school assignment. The book is now back in print in a new edition from Lenape Lifeways.

Their price is ten dollars (including shipping).Cited by: The book is a tribute to a highly esteemed Native American and extols the wisdom of his people who enjoyed a peaceful existence for untold generations.

It is a story few people know. Quiet Thunder wrote: “I am fortunate to know many of the traditional ways of the Lenni-Lenape. The name Lenni-Lenape means Original People.”/5(18). From a series known as "The Library of Native Americans," The Lenape is an informational book in text-book style.

The The Lenape book discusses the origin of the Lenape, Lenape life and customs (food, hunting, appearance, family structure, religion), and the history of the Lenape since Europeans arrived in America/5.

This is a book of adventure, and it is a book that points to the sovereignty The Lenape book the Great Spirit (including the name the Lenape gave this Spirit) who led the Lenape through their entire world changing. The truth isn't hidden about the white man or the native - it is displayed as true to historical documents as possible/5.

The Lenape or Delaware Indians. The Lenape or Delaware Indians describes Lenape culture as it was when European explorers and colonists first discovered them. Vocabulary and concepts are appropriate for a fourth-grade reading level. The book was designed under a grant from the New Jersey Department of Education and the New Jersey Price: $   Criticisms of the book- it was written init cites older Euro-centric texts like one titled the "The Red Man in Bucks County", and glosses over Columbus and the forced migrations of these peoples to Oklahoma.

However, it does contain some very interesting information about Lenape culture suitable for a grade school audience. THE LENAPE STONE OR THE INDIAN AND THE MAMMOTH BY H. MERCER G. Putnam’s Sons is an American book publisher based in New York City, New York The Knickerbocker Press Fig.

The Lena. This book is based on archaelogical finds concerning the Lenni Lenape Indians in eastern PA and pretty much all of NJ. It is a work of fiction based on data from surviving Lenape Indians and Cited by: 2.

Lenni Lenape Word List indd indd 99 99/29/ PM/29/ PM. Black Fox Wulalowe Black Snake Sukachgook Book Bambil Book Reader Achgindamen Boulder Ganschapuchk Bow (as in bow and arrow) Hattape Boy Skahenso File Size: 43KB. Lenape Country is a sweeping narrative history of the multiethnic society of the Delaware Valley in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.

After Swanendael, the Natives, Swedes, and Finns avoided war by focusing on trade and forging strategic alliances in such events as the Dutch conquest, the Mercurius affair, the Long Swede conspiracy, and English attempts to seize by: 2. PODCAST The story of the Lenape, the native people of New York Harbor region, and their experiences with the first European arrivals — the.

Lenape Lifeways Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality outreach presentations at affordable rates to schools and other learning institutions. All of our curriculum-based presentations are supported by certified teachers. Lenape Lifeways also sells books about the Lenape.

In the "Texts" section of the book, Bierhorst presents previously unpublished stories collected in the early twentieth century by ethnographers M.

Harrington and Truman Michelson. Included are two versions of the Lenape trickster cycle, narratives accounting for dance origins, Lenape views of Europeans, and tales of such traditional figures as Mother Corn and the little man of the woods called Wemategunis.

Lenape MS; Lenape Book Reviews; This page is currently unavailable. Lenape Middle School. West State Street | Doylestown, PA | P: The Lenape Indians (Junior Library of American Indians) Library Binding – January 1, by Josh Wilker (Author) › Visit Amazon's Josh Wilker Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. /5(2). Lenape - The language of the Lenape or Delaware Indians was once spoken in New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, northern Delaware, and southeastern New York states.

In an effort to help preserve the language Touching Leaves Woman (Nora Thompson Dean) created the Lenape Language Lessons.5/5(1). Lenape Lifeways Educational Program, Inc. Learn about the Lenape Indians. Lenape Lifeways Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality outreach presentations at affordable rates to schools and other learning institutions.

All of our curriculum-based presentations are supported by certified teachers. Lenape Lifeways also sells books about the Lenape Indians. The White Deer And Other Stories Told By The Lenape book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Lenape Lifeways Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality outreach presentations at affordable rates to schools and other learning institutions.

All of our curriculum-based presentations are supported by certified teachers. Lenape Lifeways also sells books about the. The Lenape. [Michael DeMocker] -- When European explorers came to the New World, one of the first tribes of Native americans they encountered was the Lenape.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael DeMocker. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 47 pages: illustrations (chiefly.Lenape and Their Legends book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5.The Conquest Series is an Indian saga of the Delaware Indians. This novel recounts the events that led to the loss of the Delaware homeland, a homeland given them by the Great Spirit hundreds of years before the Europeans The Conquest Series Lenape heroes come alive as storytellers and orators pass their history on to their own people.3/5(1).