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VIDEO: Munsee Language Google+ Hangout. Announcement of acceptance into the Breath of Life Archival Institute of Indigenous Languages in Washington DC

VIDEO: Munsee Language Google+ Hangout. Announcement of acceptance into the Breath of Life Archival Institute of Indigenous Languages in Washington DC

Stone  Techniques:     Carved, incised  Culture/People:     possibly Lenape (Delaware) (attributed)  Object Type:     Sculpture/Carving/Figures  Place:     Chenango River and Susquehanna River junction; Binghamton; Broome County; New York; USA  Site Name:     Chenango River and Susquehanna River junction  Date Created:     1700-1800  Catalog Number:     3/9216  Collection History:     Found in 1915 by H. Montague Browning (ca. 1850-ca. 1925. presently at the Smithsonian Institution

Stone Techniques: Carved, incised Culture/People: possibly Lenape (Delaware) (attributed) Object Type: Sculpture/Carving/Figures Place: Chenango River and Susquehanna River junction; Binghamton; Broome County; New York; USA Site Name: Chenango River and Susquehanna River junction Date Created: 1700-1800 Catalog Number: 3/9216 Collection History: Found in 1915 by H. Montague Browning (ca. 1850-ca. 1925. presently at the Smithsonian Institution

Jennie Bobb and her daughter, Nellie Longhat of the Delaware Nation. Photo taken in Oklahoma in 1915 after they were forced to migrate from their ancestral territory to Indian Territory. (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Jennie Bobb and her daughter, Nellie Longhat of the Delaware Nation. Photo taken in Oklahoma in 1915 after they were forced to migrate from their ancestral territory to Indian Territory. (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

A young Lenni Lenape Indian child describes her family's life through the seasons. Includes facts about the Lenni Lenape Indians.

A young Lenni Lenape Indian child describes her family's life through the seasons. Includes facts about the Lenni Lenape Indians.

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