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New Jersey Judge Dismisses Lawsuit To Recognize American Indian Tribes
Last year the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation filed suit against the state for allegedly revoking official recognition which they contend the NJ Legislature granted three tribes through a joint resolution in 1992.
Tribe In Limbo As NJ Does Double Take On Recognition
Capturing An Ancient Dream: Algonquian Dreamcatcher
He was especially captivated by the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape, a Native American tribe based in Cumberland County. One evening, Mento sat in a social drum circle—called a powwow—where Nanticokes and other Native Americans gathered to dance, sing ...
Window into History: From glaciers to wigwams
Lenni-Lenape tribe sue Christie, New Jersey over alleged civil rights violations
The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation, an American Indian tribe of 3,000 members, filed a civil-rights action lawsuit in federal court against the state and Gov. Chris Christie's administration Monday.

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