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|Statement||By William Nelson|
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In the opening of Chapter II — The Indians, in the The History Of Camden County, New Jersey the writer voices a common belief of the time that the number of Native Americans on the Eastern seaboard was less than the early settlers and writers believed. In . The aim of this presentation is to make the public aware of the Native Americans who once lived in New Jersey, their significance as a people, relationship to the land, and their legacy through Indian names of places, rivers, mountains, towns, etc., that are still used by us today. All over New Jersey there are tales of the bargains that were made for the purchase of the lands from the "Indians". Some of the tribe members moved north, some west to get away from the "whites." The ones who stayed were overwhelmed by new restrictions on their movement, the fog of alcohol consumption and the decimation of their ranks from.
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Personal Names of Indians of New Jersey | Personal names of Indians of New Jersey. Being a list of six hundred and fifty such names, gleaned mostly from Indians deeds of the seventeenth century (). This book, "Personal names of Indians of New Jersey," by William Nelson, is a replication of a book originally published before Personal Names of Indians of New Jersey | This Is A New Release Of The Original Edition.
Being A List Of Six Hundred And Fifty Such Names, Gleaned Mostly From. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Personal Names of Indians of New Jersey by William Nelson (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. The Salem Interpreter, recorded in the office of the Secretary of State, at Trenton, and printed in the writer's "The Indians of New Jersey," Paterson, N.
J., These various sources furnish perhaps three thousand different words. In the following pages about six hundred and fifty personal names are given, not counting repetitions.
Get this from a library. Personal names of Indians of New Jersey: being a list of six hundred and fifty such names, gleaned mostly from Indians deeds of the seventeenth century. [William Nelson]. 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, About this Book Catalog Record Details.
Personal names of Indians of New Jersey: being a list of six hundred Nelson, William, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Personal Nanres of Indians of New Jersey: Beirtg a Zist of Six Htindred and Fiji0 such Names, Gleaned most& from I7tdian deeds of the Sezwt- feenth Century.
By WILLIAM NELSON. Paterson, N. J.: The Paterson History Club. 8O, 83 pages. The title of this book sufficiently explains itself. The author, who has already given us a work on theAuthor: James Mooney. The Origin of New Jersey Place Names.
Federal Writer’s Program of the Work Progress Administration of New Jersey. Reissued by the New Jersey Public Library Commission, State House Annex, Trenton, NJ, Available Online; References External links. Indian Place Names in New Jersey. I absolutely loved this book. It talks about how the Indians of New Jersey lived in great detail.
The facts are amazing and I learned a lot of information by reading this book. I strongly advise readers to read this book. It is one of my 'all time favorites'/5. Collection: Personal Names Of Indians Of New Jersey, By William Nelson,The Paterson History Club, Paterson, N.
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County and Town Histories, with biographies; American Biographical Library for New Jersey ($), index; The Story of New Jersey ($), index. Paleo-Indians and Native Americans. Paleo-Indians first settled in the area of present-day New Jersey after the Wisconsin Glacier melted aro B.C.
The Zierdt site in Montague, Sussex County and the Plenge site along the Musconetcong River in Franklin Township, Warren County, as well as the Dutchess Cave in Orange County, New York, represent camp sites of Paleo-Indians.
Main reason for so many Indians being in NJ is because 1. It is very close to NYC. (NJ is considered a suburb of NYC by many) 2. Excellent public transport. There are many Indian people residing in NJ(esp the older uncles and aunties who work as.
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They were an AA affiliate of the Cleveland team's home stadium was Roosevelt Stadium. See also. Jersey City A's; Jersey City Skeeters; Jersey City Giants; Jersey City Jerseys. They are named the Lenape and existed for thousands of only in New Jersey proper but also Pennsylvania and New York.
There is debate as to what the land of New Jersey itself would be referred to by the Lenape, but "Lenapehoking" seems to be agreed upon by even the Lenape themselves. Prior to British colonization, the Lenape Nation dealt with the short-lived colonies of the.
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Inthe New Jersey Legislature appropriated $3, to pay the remaining Brotherton Indians for the balance of the money from the sale of the Brotherton Reservation; some 40 members of the tribe who had moved to New York then resettled in Statesburg, Wisconsin.
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Some of the names and their definitions are contained in Wright's book. Others, including derivatives, would include such place names as Allemuchy, Hopocon, Pochuck, Papakating, Pequannock. Personal names of Indians of New Jersey: being a list of six hundred and fifty such names, gleaned mostly from Indians deeds of the seventeenth century.
(Paterson, N.J. The Paterson history club, ), by William Nelson (page images at HathiTrust). On August 29 in New Jersey established the first American Indian Reservation in Shamong Township, New Jersey. This was the colonies’ first attempt at creating a reservation for Native Americans.
The community of Delaware Indians did not last very long. New Jersey: A History of the Garden State presents a fresh, comprehensive overview of New Jersey’s history from the prehistoric era to the present.
The findings of archaeologists, political, social, and economic historians provide a new look at how the Garden State has state has a rich Native American heritage and complex colonial history. Here is a story of the Lenape Indians who lived in what is now New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.
It describes their culture, crafts, and language as no other book has done. Hunters, fishers, artisans of flint and skins and basketry, tellers of traditional tales, dwellers in a region of hills and barrens, of rivers and forests, they had developed a way of life adjusted to the world around them/5(2).
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The single document that was probably most responsible for solidifying the Jackson Whites’ legend in New Jersey folklore was a self published book entitled The Origins of the Jackson Whites of the Ramapo Mountains by John C.
Storms. Relying more heavily upon the day’s prevailing mythology than on any personal investigation, Storms, a. Lot of Indians in Bridgewater. I dont a bathfroom for a guy up there last year.
THey all like marble floors and bronze fitting.PM safe with indian community, New Jersey, 2 replies Where to live with good schools and decent commute to Jersey City, New Jersey. 'The Indians of New Jersey' 'Dickon Among the Lenapes' by gton Rutgers University Press -still in print by publisher Although the existence of the 'Big House' Ceremony in the Delaware Valley is a hot debate (I am a naysayer) and the Susquehannocks were always allied with some Lenape tribes such as the Siconese.
New Jersey was inhabited by Native Americans for more than 2, years, with historical tribes such as the Lenape along the coast.
In the early 17th century, the Dutch and the Swedes founded the first European settlements in the state. The English later seized control of the region, naming it the Province of New Jersey after the largest of the Channel Islands, Jersey, and granting it as a Largest city: Newark.
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A genealogy of the. Genealogical©ancestry found history of Hudson and Bergen counties, New Jersey by Cornelius Burnham Harvey - () – pages. History©ancestry found and genealogy of Fenwick's colony New Jersey by Thomas Shourds - () – pages.5/5(1).
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Rent included Gas, water, heat, Sewage and Garbage. This two century old history book contains much more information about the Creek Indians in northeast Georgia than about the Buhurans, but many of the Creek personal names or place names cannot be translated by either Itsate (Hitchiti,) Koasati or Mvskoke dictionaries.
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