Eastern Woodland People

Sachem Walkingfox carries his Mohegan Staff
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My people, the Eastern Woodland People,

were the first to be assimilated by the Invaders from Europe.

We lost everything but our dignity to those who came and

took all that we offered and then demanded more.

 

This web page has historical information about

Eastern Woodland Nations,

maps at the time of first contact,

and a few Eastern Nations web sites.

Aquine,
Walkingfox

 

Eastern Woodland Native History

The Woodland Period: 2000 BC - 1000 AD

The Constitution of the Iroquois Nations

 

New England Native History

Long Island History:

Meet the Mohegan Preacher Samson Occum

The Natives on Long Island

The Colonial Period

Manners and Customs of the Natives of New England - 1637

The Significance of Wampum to Seventeenth Century Natives in New England

 

Historical Eastern Woodland Native Maps

New England Colonies Early 1600's

Location of Early Tribes of New England

 

A Special Eastern Woodland Native History

The following links are from the

World History Archives Web Site

It is an excellent source for articles and stories concerning

issues of importance to Eastern Woodland people:

History of Eastern Woodland Natives

Retrospective History of Eastern Woodland Natives

Contemporary Political History of Eastern Woodland Natives

 

Eastern Woodland Native Tribes

Natives of the Lower Hudson Valley

 

Penn and the Indians

 

The Lenapes:
A Study of the Hudson Valley Natives

 

The Lenni-Lenape:
Original People of the Schuylkill Watershed

 

Mahican, Mohecan, Mohican,

Mohegan, Stockbridge-Munsee

 

Native Tribes of the Hudson River

 

The Oneida Native Nation

 

Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point

 

People of the waters that are never still:

The Mohican Nation - Stockbridge - Munsee Band

 

The Powhatan Renape Nation

 

The Seneca Nation of New York

 

The New Native Economy: Gambling

Are Pequots Really Pequots?

 

Native Gaming and Native Poverty

 

Mashantucket Pequots Win Again

 

Montauks and Recognition

 

National Native Gaming Association Raps
"60 Minutes" Report of Mashantucket Pequots

 

Impact Study on Native American Gaming

 

 

You may contact Sachem Walkingfox at:

sachemuncas at centurylink.net

 

 

My other web sites are at:

Sachem Speaks Wordpress

My Smudging Blog Spot

 

 

 

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