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#26 Feb-12-2015 08:21:pm

From: Hopewell Twp., New Jersey
Registered: Jul-10-2007
Posts: 4214

Re: Documentary Evidence on the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape

Thanks for trying. I've been combing over the Pierce family history and found those names. That sucker is bigger than my stack of ASNJ bulletins.

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#27 Jul-10-2016 12:01:pm

Registered: Sep-17-2007
Posts: 4309

Re: Documentary Evidence on the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape

I think this statement, in the Susan Taffe Reed thread, may have been overlooked:

Dr. Nicky Michael, councilwoman of the federally-recognized tribe the Delaware Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma, concurs: ďThere is an inherent culture [in a genuine, unrecognized tribe] they donít have to go someone elseís tribe they donít have to steal. Thatís the difference. Thatís how you can tell. Itís inherent already. The Nanticoke [in New Jersey] do have Native blood and are real. They donít know their culture so they ask permission to study our culture. Thatís the correct way to do it.Ē

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