- The Lenape Indians lived in what is now New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware.
- TheY maintained a peaceful existence, fishing, farming and hunting, until the English, French, and Dutch came to settle North America in the 1600s.
- The Europeans brought exciting new objects to trade with the Indians, but they also brought diseases, of which Lenapes died by the thousands.
- By 1700s the tribe was moved westward into Ohio, then into Indiana, and even farther west in the 1800s.
- Eventually they were spread across many states and Canada, making it difficult for them to keep their tribal identity.
- This volume documents the culture, history and modern life of this major Native American group.
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