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#1 Oct-07-2015 04:28:pm

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Lënni Lënape Museum of Natural History

Not really an issue. As far as I can find someone started this Facebook page and has not gone further.

https://www.facebook.com/L%C3%ABnni-L%C … /timeline/


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Lënni Lënape Museum of Natural History Coming Soon To an internet near you & then an actual physical location in good old Schèjachbi... Lots of wonderful stuff coming... Hope everyone had a safe fun happy wonderful holiday season & magical new year & wish everyone has the greatest upcoming year ever & a wonderful holiday for those still celebrating...

☮Peace☮ Love & Much Happiness-
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#2 Oct-07-2015 04:35:pm

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Re: Lënni Lënape Museum of Natural History

https://www.facebook.com/LenniLenape-52 … /timeline/

Link tied to above group:

Schèjachbi Wonameys òk Mënùkòn Ila òk Tulpehàki Pètapàn... (Websites Coming Soon)

Mr. Skunk?
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? … 9160983821


Hè, nkwëlaha ki wèmi mèli këlëshmësh òk kulhatenami òk welhìk wëski kahtën òk wëlikishku òk winki le Wëlànkuntëwakàn, Aholtëwakàn, òk xèlìt Wëlatenamëwakàn - JC, Sakima Kikeokàn Tànkantikàn òk wèmi Schèjachbi Lënni Lënape Wonameys Lënapeyok Ntaholëlhumo wèmi wèsa òk Kwichëmëlchhumo òk Nwichëmëlch wèmi èlkikwi nkàski òk kèski ta lësia, Ktaholëlhumo wèmi wèsa òk kwëlaha ki wèmi welhìk kèkuna òk wëlikishku òk wëlikwëti...

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#3 Oct-07-2015 07:28:pm

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Re: Lënni Lënape Museum of Natural History

LOL!  I forgot this one's name, but he used to post at that Lenape Culture FB page run by Nicky Michael, and later, Levi Randoll--if it's who I think it is.  That first thing:  Schèjachbi Wonameys òk Mënùkòn Ila òk Tulpehàki Pètapàn... says, "New Jersey Unamis and Rainbow Warrior and Turtle-land Dawn."  Rainbow Warrior and Turtle-land Dawn are probably their assumed names.

The second thing:  Hè, nkwëlaha ki wèmi mèli këlëshmësh òk kulhatenami òk welhìk wëski kahtën òk wëlikishku òk winki le Wëlànkuntëwakàn, Aholtëwakàn, òk xèlìt Wëlatenamëwakàn - JC, Sakima Kikeokàn Tànkantikàn òk wèmi Schèjachbi Lënni Lënape Wonameys Lënapeyok Ntaholëlhumo wèmi wèsa òk Kwichëmëlchhumo òk Nwichëmëlch wèmi èlkikwi nkàski òk kèski ta lësia, Ktaholëlhumo wèmi wèsa òk kwëlaha ki wèmi welhìk kèkuna òk wëlikishku òk wëlikwëti...
is meant to say, "Hi, I wish you all Merry Christmas and you be happy and good new year and it is a good day and gladly it is true peace, love, and much happiness - JC, Chief Healing Spear and all New Jersey Delaware Indian Unami Indians I love you all very much and I will help you and I will help all like-as I am able and can definitely I do so, I love you all very much and wish you all good things and it-is-a-good-day and a-good-one,..."

The grammar isn't exactly "state-of-the-art," but it's easy enough to understand as jargon.  These are just words strung together from the Lenape Talking Dictionary--without regard to grammatical order, mode, etc.

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#4 Oct-07-2015 09:40:pm

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Re: Lënni Lënape Museum of Natural History

Thank you kindly Sir. I think I know who this is now.

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