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Lenape Indians - K-4

Books, Articles and Teachers Guides
The Lenape Indians of New Jersey
Kraft, Herbert C., South Orange, NJ, Seton Hall University Museum, 1987
"Native-American Stories"
Jersey Journeys (October 1998)
NJ Historical Society, 52 Park Place, Newark, NJ 07102 Phone: (973)596-8500
"Indians"
In You, New Jersey and the World pp. 65-76
John T. Cunningham, Andover, NJ, Afton Publishing Co., 1994
"New Jersey History Kids"
www.historykids.nj.gov
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Audio and Video
The Lenape Indian Village at Waterloo
In Around and About New Jersey series, co-produced by the New Jersey Historical Commission and New Jersey Network, 1993
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Documents
Lenape Creation Story
The Supplemental Materials of Around and About New Jersey Teachers Guides, Program Three, The Lenape Indian Village at Waterloo, by David S. Cohen, Trenton, NJ: NJN Public Television and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 2006
Quotes from Teedyuscung
The Supplemental Materials of Around and About New Jersey Teachers Guides, Program Three, The Lenape Indian Village at Waterloo, by David S. Cohen. Trenton, NJ: NJN Public Television and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 2006/div>
Activities
"Lenape Game of Scattered Straws"
In the Supplemental Materials of Around and About New Jersey Teachers Guides, Program Three, The Lenape Indian Village at Waterloo, by David S. Cohen. Trenton, NJ: NJN Public Television and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 2006.
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Internet Sites
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