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Religion and ceremonies of the Lenape

By: Harrington, M. R. (Mark Raymond), 1882-1971
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Religion and ceremonies of the Lenape

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Religion and ceremonies of the Lenape; Number: 19

By: Harrington, M. R. (Mark Raymond), 1882-1971
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Physical Anthropology of the Lenape or Delawares, and of the Eastern Indians in General

By: Hrdlicka, Ales, 1869-1943
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The Lenape Stone; Or, The Indian and the Mammoth

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Names Which the Lenni Lennape or Delaware Indians Gave to Rivers, Streams and Localities, Within the States of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, And Virginia, With Their Significations

By: Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823; Reichel, William Cornelius, 1824-1876, Editor

... Class Book__i: NAMES WHICH THE LENNI LENNAPE OR DELAWARE INDIANS GAVE TO RIVERS, STREAMS AND LOCALITIES, WITHIN THE STATE... ... Class Book__i: NAMES WHICH THE LENNI LENNAPE OR DELAWARE INDIANS GAVE TO RIVERS, STREAMS AND LOCALITIES, WITHIN THE STATES OF PENN... ... CLAUDER, PEINTER. 1872. 34558 NAMES WHICH THE LENNI LENNAPE OR DELA- WARE INDIANS GAVE TO RIVERS, STREAMS AND LOCALITIES WITHIN THE STATES OF PENNS... ... principally with words belonging to the euphonious dialect of the Unamis or Delawares of the lowlands, the first of the copper-colored aborigines, wh... ... Colonies in America and of Aquanish- uonigy, the Country of the Confederate Indians, comprehending Aqua- nhhuonigy proper, their place of 7'esidence,... ... of a Dclaivare Indian and English SpeUing-hook for the use of the Christian Indians on the Mushin- gum" (Phila. 1776) supplied the vocables which are... ...s of the last century were unanimous in pronouncing the Unami dialect of the Delaware, despite its many gutturals and aspirates, eminently musical, an... ...an entire change of signification. John G. E. Heckewelder, missionary to the Delawares, was born March 12, 1743, in Bedford O. E. whither his fiither ... ...ting volume. The " Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohican Indians/' ap- peared in 1820, and in 1822, Mr. Hecke...

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History of Sullivan County : Embracing an Account of Its Geology, Climate, Aborigines, Early Settlement, Organization; The Formation of Its Towns with Biographical Sketches of Prominent Residents

By: Quinlan, James Eldridge; Antisell, Thomas, 1817-1893
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History of Sullivan County : Embracing an Account of Its Geology, Climate, Aborigines, Early Settlement, Organization; The Formation of Its Towns with Biographical Sketches of Prominent Residents

By: Quinlan, James Eldridge; Antisell, Thomas, 1817-1893

...rom the city of Washington. It is bounded north-westerly tby the county of Delaware, north-easterly and sonth-easterly by the county of Ulster, south-... ...ening vajl^y^. Det^hed iQOuntainoag elevations are found intownsbounded by Delaware, and Ulster counties, and the Shawangunk mountain is parallel with... ...is parallel with the pouth-6a,sterlybpwdwy of the town of Mamakatii^. TJie Delaware riverforms the dividing Ihiebetween the county and Pennsylvania, w... ... its source near the center of the county, and running southerly joins the Delaware. The Wilhwemoc, B^yerkill, CalHcoon, Ten Mile rivw, an^ many small... ...alHcoon, Ten Mile rivw, an^ many smaller streams %re also aflluents of the Delaware. QeologioaUy (with some exc^ptions) the county is of the C^t^kill ... ...|-_, 8 INTBODUCTION. - The aborigines of the comitywere principallyEsopus Indians, who -were of the Wolf tribe of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware nation... ...ed, a tract of land extending on the Hudson from the Paltz to lands of the Indians at Murderer's kill, and westward to the foot of the high hills call... ...703, the Wawayanda patent was bought by John Bridges and Company of twelve Indians, viz : Rapingonick, Wawastenaw, Moghopuck, Oomelawaw, Nanawitt, Ari... ...bei^h, a merchant of Kingston, bought of Nanisinos, a sachem of the Esopus Indians, and "rightful lord owner and proprietor of several parts of land i...

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The Trail of the Seneca

By: Braden, James A. (James Andrew), 1872-1955; Vosburgh, R. G., Illustrator;
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A narrative of the mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians : from its commencement, in the year 1740, to the close of the year 1808 ; comprising all the remarkable incidents which took place at their missionary stations durin

By: Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823. cn

...I AU« Or roKTT. NARRATIVE OF THE MISSION OF THE UNITED BRETHREN AMONG THE DELAWARE AND MOHEGAN INDIANS, FROM ITSCOMMENCEMENT, INTHE YEAR 1740,TOTHE C... ...ATIVE OF THE MISSION OF THE UNITED BRETHREN AMONG THE DELAWARE AND MOHEGAN INDIANS, FROM ITSCOMMENCEMENT, INTHE YEAR 1740,TOTHE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1808... ...ive of the mis.Mon of the United Brethren amonp the Delc- *' * ^' •heg.'.n Indians, from its c .mniciiceincnt, iii the \' ii ** 1" lu«c ot the yeur IH... ...ial *' iK-nod Inn-r-per»ecl with anecdotes, hislonral farts, spctchcs of " Indians, and other interesung matter. By John Hcckcweldcr, who " wa* many y... ...he United Brethren, from the commence- ment of missions among the northern Indians, — bringing to view, the principal difficulties, that the missionar... ...iladelphia offered to sell to the Brethren a tract of land in the forks of Delaware, ten miles nearer to that city than Mr. Whitefield's tract, which ... ...nglish ; and in consequence of the authority which they exercised over the Delawares and other nations and tribes, were generalU C(insider- cd as the ... ...e Six Na- tions ; and also opened the door for preaching the gospel to the Delawares, then nearest neighbours to the Brethren, and to the white settle... ... expectation, and became the blessed means ofengaging the attention of the Delawares (the * " Mahony" signifieth aDeer'sLick ; aplacewhere salty, or b...

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The Lenape and Their Legends : With the Complete Text and Symbols of the Walam Olum, A New Translation, And an Inquiry into Its Authenticity

By: Daniel Garrison Brinton, Constantine Samuel Rafinesque
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Tadeuskund, The Last King of the Lenape

By: Hentz, Nicholas Marcellus, 1797-1856
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Religion and Ceremonies of the Lenape

By: Harrington, M. R. (Mark Raymond), 1882-1971

...ies con- cerning different phases of the culture of the Lenape or Dela- ware Indians, once a numerous people forming a confederacy of three closely re... ...or Unalach- tigo, first encountered by the whites in what is now New Jersey, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania, and southeastern New York, but at last ac... ...mplete, and to Ernest Spybuck, a Shawnee, whose paintings, carefully made of Delaware ceremonies at the writer's request, form a valuable adjunct to t... ...times, and that the "Great Spirit" concept, now widely distributed among the Indians, is entirely the result of missionary teaching. This seems to hav... ...the nineteenth century, we have "The Great Spirit, whom we call in Munsee or Delaware Kaunzhe Pah-tum-owans or Kacheh Munitto (Great Spirit or Benevol... ...tum-owans or Kacheh Munitto (Great Spirit or Benevolent Spirit), created the Indians." Thus we have a practically unbroken chain of authorities, inclu... ...mer, or rather, restorer of what he supposed was the ancient religion of the Indians. He made his appearance in his ponti- fical garb, which was a coa... ...pe belief in visions and guardian spirits. This is R. C. Adams,^* himself of Delaware blood, whose notes may be found in the volume on Indians of the ... ...tes Census Report for 1890 (p. 298 et seq.). He says: "It is believed by the Delawares that every one has a guardian spirit which comes in the form of...

Subject: Delaware Indians

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Religion and Ceremonies of the Lenape : No. 19

By: Harrington, M. R. (Mark Raymond), 1882-1971

Subject: Delaware Indians

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The Indian Chief, Journeycake

By: Mitchell, S. H., 1830-1910

...first entered the home of Mr. Journey- cake to become acting pastor of the Delaware Church, and made a study of the situation, it was apparent at a gl... ...ov., 1895. CONTENTS CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY, 7 CHAPTER II TREATIES WITH THE DELAWARES, 10 CHAPTER III RELIGIOUS CONDITION OP THE DELAWARES, 17 CHAPTER ... ...ST DAYS, 86 CHAPTER XVI LIVING LINKS, 89 CHAPTER XVII PRESENT NEEDS OF THE INDIANS, 99 THE INDIAN CHIEF, JOURNEYCAKE CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY Rev. Charl... ... faithful service in the ministry and as chief adviser for his people, the Delawares. Jane Sosha Journeycake. Born February, 1821. Died January 13, 18... ...lor in all their affairs, it will be necessary to give some account of the Delaware Indians through the times leading up to that portion of their hist... ...l their affairs, it will be necessary to give some account of the Delaware Indians through the times leading up to that portion of their history in wh... ...ago, the great Algonquin group numbered ninety thousand. Of this group the Delawares claimed to be the parent stock, and the claim seems to have been ... ...awares, when first met by the whites, were the most docile and friendly of Indians, though afterward, when provoked to take up arms again, they became... ... the war of the Rev olution the United States in its first treaty with the Indians made provision that the Delaware chiefs and head men, who had made ...

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Names which the Lenni Lennape or Delaware Indians gave to rivers, streams and localities, within the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Virginia, with their significations

By: Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743-1823; Reichel, William Cornelius, 1824-1876, ed

... Class Book__i: NAMES WHICH THE LENNI LENNAPE OR DELAWARE INDIANS GAVE TO RIVERS, STREAMS AND LOCALITIES, WITHIN THE STATE... ... Class Book__i: NAMES WHICH THE LENNI LENNAPE OR DELAWARE INDIANS GAVE TO RIVERS, STREAMS AND LOCALITIES, WITHIN THE STATES OF PENN... ... CLAUDER, PEINTER. 1872. 34558 NAMES WHICH THE LENNI LENNAPE OR DELA- WARE INDIANS GAVE TO RIVERS, STREAMS AND LOCALITIES WITHIN THE STATES OF PENNS... ... principally with words belonging to the euphonious dialect of the Unamis or Delawares of the lowlands, the first of the copper-colored aborigines, wh... ... Colonies in America and of Aquanish- uonigy, the Country of the Confederate Indians, comprehending Aqua- nhhuonigy proper, their place of 7'esidence,... ... of a Dclaivare Indian and English SpeUing-hook for the use of the Christian Indians on the Mushin- gum" (Phila. 1776) supplied the vocables which are... ...s of the last century were unanimous in pronouncing the Unami dialect of the Delaware, despite its many gutturals and aspirates, eminently musical, an... ...an entire change of signification. John G. E. Heckewelder, missionary to the Delawares, was born March 12, 1743, in Bedford O. E. whither his fiither ... ...ting volume. The " Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohican Indians/' ap- peared in 1820, and in 1822, Mr. Hecke...

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Religion and Ceremonies of the Lenape

By: Harrington, M. R. (Mark Raymond), 1882-1971

...ies con- cerning different phases of the culture of the Lenape or Dela- ware Indians, once a numerous people forming a confederacy of three closely re... ...or Unalach- tigo, first encountered by the whites in what is now New Jersey, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania, and southeastern New York, but at last ac... ...mplete, and to Ernest Spybuck, a Shawnee, whose paintings, carefully made of Delaware ceremonies at the writer's request, form a valuable adjunct to t... ...on is now in the American Museum of Natural History. Without knowledgeof the Delaware lan- guage in its divergent dialects, and with- out any pretensi... ...times, and that the "Great Spirit" concept, now widely distributed among the Indians, is entirely the result of missionary teaching. This seems to hav... ...the nineteenth century, we have "The Great Spirit, whom we call in Munsee or Delaware Kaunzhe Pah-tufn-owans or Kacheh Munitto (Great Spirit or Benevo... ...ufn-owans or Kacheh Munitto (Great Spirit or Benevolent Spirit), created the Indians." Thus we have a practically unbroken chain of authorities, inclu... ...e earth." Brainerd 16 mentions the same belief as being an old one among the Indians he knew, who were mainly Lenape, and as this was in 1745 we have ... ...of interest here. Julius Fouts (or Fox), the interpreter, remarks: "When the Delawares complete this meeting, then they claim they have worshiped ever...

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A Description of Profile of American Youth Data for Military Manpower and Personnel Analysis.: (Thesis)

By: Johnson, Thomas V.
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The Adoption of Mew-Seu-Qua, Tecumseh's Father

By: Adams, Richard Calmit

...HE ADOPTION of MEW = SEU = QUA TECUMSEH'S FATHER and ^ THE PHILOSOPHY of the Delaware Indians with UNPOLISHED GEMS By BICHAELD C.ADAMS ' 19 17 Copyri... ...ON of MEW = SEU = QUA TECUMSEH'S FATHER and ^ THE PHILOSOPHY of the Delaware Indians with UNPOLISHED GEMS By BICHAELD C.ADAMS ' 19 17 Copyrighted 191... ...ING COMPANY 813 I3TH Street N W Washington. D. C. J ^ THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE DELAWARE INDIANS /,{ I/-' NOTES OF THE AUTHOR. The Delaware Tribe of Indi... ...NY 813 I3TH Street N W Washington. D. C. J ^ THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE DELAWARE INDIANS /,{ I/-' NOTES OF THE AUTHOR. The Delaware Tribe of Indians was t... ...ion of which 37 tribes recognized them as Grandfather. The head Chief of the Delaware Indians was called Great Sachem. There was a chief of each clan,... ...ich 37 tribes recognized them as Grandfather. The head Chief of the Delaware Indians was called Great Sachem. There was a chief of each clan, the Turt... ...urtle Clan, the Wolf Clan, the Turkey Clan and a war chief of each Clan. The Delaware In- dians also recognized in ancient times a Council of Mothers,... ...se of great grievances, runners were always sent to the Grand Council of the Delawares, and the Great Sachem of the Delaware tribe had a right to call... ... be called the Creed of Pagans as is shown by the philosophy of the Delaware Indians, but whether it be the Creed of Pagans or whether it be the Chari...

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History of the Delaware and Iroquois Indians Formerly Inhabiting the Middle States, With Various Anecdotes Illustrating Their Manners and Customs. Embellished Wih a Variety of Original Cuts

... AN INDIAN WOMAN IN FL'I.L DItKSS. HISTORY OF THE DEL .VW A K F IROaUOIS INDIANS FORMERLY INHABITING THE MIDDLE STATES. WITH * ' j ' ; » D VARIOUS A... ...sypracticed on the natives.—WilliamPenn ajust man — Great affection of the Indiansfor the memory ofPenn. — Injustice of the ivhites. — New York and Vi... ...st settled. The Jienni Lennape, or, as they were af- terwards called, tlie Delawares, (according to the traditions handed down to them hy their ancest... ...n the vicinity of the great lakes, and on their tributary streams, and the Delawares took possession of the country to the south. They continued to li... ...resent- ing to our young readers a description of the emotions felt by the Indians, upon tlie same extraordinary occasion. The relation was- taken fro... ...res, when men with a white skin had never yet been seen in this land, some Indians who were out fishing at a pkice where the sea wi iens, espied, at a... ...ew York now stands, by the Dutch, as has hr.p.n iiist described. HISTORIl DELAWARE AND IROQT'OIS INDIANS CHAPTER I. How Amrrica rcasfirst peopled a d... ...tlie Earop<.ans first \isited America, they disco v- 19 20 HISTORY OF THE DELAWARE ered animmense and beautiful tract ofcountry over which roamed inn... ...ere meet the eye of the traveller, and ho sees a people 22 HISTORY OF THE DELAWARE. happy HI living under free laws, and in aonie measure, at least, ...

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