4 edition of Indians of southern New Jersey. found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1932 ed. which was issued as publication no. 3 of the Gloucester County Historical Society.
|Series||Middle Atlantic States historical publications series,, no. 8|
|LC Classifications||E78.N6 S8 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||70186077|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stewart, Frank H., Indians of southern New Jersey. Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press . Stuart, Frank H. Indians of Southern New Jersey.
Woodbury, New Jersey: Gloucester County Historical Society, FHL book St49i; Nelson, Wiliam. Personal Names of Indians of New Jersey: Being a List of Six Hundred and Fifty Such Names, Gleaned Mostly from Indian Deeds of the Seventeenth Century.
Paterson, N.J.: Paterson History Club, Indians of Southern New Jersey (Reprinted ) Paperback – January 1, by Frank H. Stewart (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: Frank H.
Stewart. Coaxen Indian Village or Weekpink was named after Coaxen, the name of a local band of Lenape located in Burlington County, New Jersey, along the South Branch of the Rancocas is also the name of both a nearby stream and one of two villages known during the historic period, residence of this native group, the other being Weekpink (variously Weekping, Weepinck, Wepink, etc.).
The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation is the northernmost of three interrelated tribes of the area of the Delaware Bay. We are a made up of the American Indian families from southern New Jersey and the Delmarva Peninsula who remained in our ancestral homeland after many of our relations were removed to the west and to the north as far as Oklahoma and Canada.
The Indians of Washington HeightsSkinner, A. Archaeology of Manhattan IslandHarrington, M. The rock-shelters of Armonk, New YorkSchrabisch, M. Indian rock-shelters in northern New Jersey and southern New YorkHarrington, M. Ancient shell heaps near New York CitySpeck, F. Notes on the Mohegan and Niantic IndiansSkinner Pages: The principal portion of his book is devoted to a labored disquisition upon the origin of the red men, and arguments to prove their descent from the Jews: the rest consists of separate details of the manners and history of the southern tribes, with observations and anecdotes connected with the race in general.
The Taino people living in the mountainous regions of the Caribbean Islands faced economic hardship. Because they were by tradition farmers, Taino workers from the Islands and from Florida entered into contracts with farmers in southern New Jersey to supply agricultural labor in the production of vegetables.
John David Davis (compiler), Bergen County New Jersey Deed Records, Heritage Books, Inc. David Steven Cohen, The Ramapo Mountain People,Edward J.
Lenik, Indians of the Ramapos, Survival, Persistence and Presence, New Jersey Highlands Historical Society. Delaware. New Jersey Statewide Online Genealogy Records.
This chart shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county or town), go to Locating Online Databases., and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Antiquities of the Southern Indians, Particularly of the Georgia Tribes Posted on Aug by Roberta Estes This book, by Charles Jones, written inis extremely interesting and reveals a great deal about the culture of these tribes.
Oldest Complete Marcey Creek Vessel in Southern New Jersey by NanticokePiney. 3: Dec pm by Chevy: certain Delaware Indians, natives, of New Jersey, emigrated to by Chevy. 9: Dec pm by Chevy: Projectile Points from Southern New Jersey by NanticokePiney. Book: The Island That Time Forgot by tree.
From inside the book. ChewPowell Farmhouse in Old Upton with Map. 6: Indians First Residents of New Jersey. 47 other sections not shown. The Cheesman family: three centuries in southern New Jersey The Cheesman Family: Three Centuries in Southern New Jersey, Albert Stirling Adams.
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For more about this mystery and about the Delaware Indians see Oestreicher's articles and recent book: "Unmasking the Walam Olum: A 19th-Century Hoax," in Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey, #49,pp ; "Unraveling the Walam Olum," in Natural History, October; and The Algonquin of New York, (NYC: Rosen.
About - Whaling era in southern New Jersey comes to an end. - First cotton mill in the Pinelands is established at Retreat. - James Still, the "Black Doctor of the Pines," is. Oldest Complete Marcey Creek Vessel in Southern New Jersey This clay container was found in Sheppards Mills, Cumberland County, New Jersey by a advocational archaeologist.
The interesting points about it are,it is about 75% steatite, it was manufactured on sticks and not a. The Munsee tribe originally lived in southern New York, northern New Jersey, and southeastern Connecticut.
But Dutch and British colonists forced them to leave their homeland in the 's. Some Munsees retreated to Canada, where they still live today. Indians. EARLY historians, probably through lack of study of the literary remains of the pioneers and settlers of the seventeenth century, have very much too liberally overestimated the number of Indians in New Jersey at the time when the first settlements by the whites were made here.
Books for sale on the Piscataway Indians Indians of Southern Maryland: Interesting book about the history and legacy of the Piscataway-Conoy and their neighboring tribes. Meet Naiche: A Native Boy from the Chesapeake Bay Area: A good book for kids about the life and culture of a contemporary Piscataway Indian boy.
Minor Vocabularies of. Composed, for the most part, from sketches that were published in the Courier-Post newspapers of Camden, New Jersey, Beck provides us with a series of stories of towns too tiny or uncertain for today's maps. Together, these sketches help to create a more complete picture of the history of New Jersey.
A connecting skein of untold or little known wartime history--the Revolution, the War of 4/5(1). Mukat's People: The Cahuilla Indians of Southern California by Bean, Lowell John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A Few Highlights In the History of the Interrelated Nanticoke and Lenape Tribal Communities.
of Southern New Jersey and the Delmarva. The Nanticoke encounter Captain John Smith and his men during Smith’s exploration of the Nanticoke River. At the time, the Nanticoke are the dominant tribe on the Delmarva, with a strong Lenape presence extending from New Jersey into Delaware.
Faces of Delaware: American Indians The region's tribes still preserve their culture, memories and hopes By ALAN J. McCOMBS, The News Journal dick “Quiet Thunder” Gilbert, a Lenni-Lenape who was once a tribal chief, speaks about enivronmental issues and the ongoing loss of knowledge of Indian tribes and their heritage during the Blackbird Creek Fall Festival in Townsend on.
The Burlington Pharmacy, New Jersey's oldest pharmacy in continuous operation, was a well-known gathering spot for South Jersey's midth-century abolitionists.
Medford was the home of James Still, "The Black Doctor of the Pines" and brother of William Still. The 8-hour Ozone () standard was revoked on April 6, and the 1-hour Ozone () standard was revoked on J The asterisk (*) indicates only a portion of the county is included in the designated nonattainment area (NA).
Download National Dataset of all designated areas (currently nonattainment, maintenance, revoked). Deron Marquez, who served as chairman of the San Manuel band of Mission Indians in Southern California from tosays that the upside of his tribe’s bingo parlor is obvious.
In "The Munsee Indians: A History” (University of Oklahoma Press, $45), Robert S. Grumet looks at the early years of these American Indians who lived in present-day New York City, Long Island, New Jersey, southern portions of New York and parts of eastern Iroquois or the Six Nations Confederation lived north of them.
When the Dutch came to the New World, they landed. The Apache Indians belong to the southern branch of the Athabascan group, whose languages constitute a large family, with speakers in Alaska, western Canada, and the American Southwest. The several branches of Apache tribes occupied an area extending from the Arkansas River to Northern Mexico and from Central Texas to Central Arizona.
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