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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)

Lenape-Delaware homelands, with dialects featured. Notice Long Island Natives are not clearly defined... it is most likely the western Long Island peoples were closely related to the Lenape-Delaware (if not close enough to be categorized as Delaware alongside their Munsee neighbors).

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.

A 1735 portrait of the Delaware chief Tishcohan, commissioned by William Penn's son John, and painted by the Swedish artist Gustavus Hesseli...