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Delaware Delegation to Washington D.C. - 1867 Standing L-R: James McDaniel (Cherokee), Black Beaver (Delaware), Henry Tiblow (Interpreter), John G. Pratt (Indian Agent), Charles Armstrong (Delaware), John Young (Delaware) Sitting L-R: James Ketchum (Delaware), James Conner (Delaware), John Conner (Delaware), Charles Journeycake (Delaware), Isaac Journeycake (Delaware), John Sarcoxie Sr. (Delaware)

Noted Indian Chiefs, Carlisle Indian School by DickinsonLibrary, via Flickr

The Chief of the Lenni Lenape stands with outstretched hand while members of the tribe sit around him.

Bouquet Council, 1764. Colonial Henry Bouquet in council with the Shawnee, Seneca, and the Delaware Native Indian Tribes on the banks of the Muskingum River in October 1764.

Delaware Indian with his Tomahawk

Lenni Lenape (Delaware Indian) Symbol


Hidden History of Western North Carolina Mountains (Paperback)

Buried deep within the hills and hollers of North Carolina's majestic Appalachian Mountains are stories, traditions and a proud cultural heritage unlike any other. Hidden History of the Western North

"The Cherokee Herbal" by James Ayers