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Williams Township Overview
Lenape English Dictionary

GM PageAdded Jan 1, 2017
Williams TownshipAdded Jan 1, 2017

Animals – notes on American Bison (buffalo)
Ancient History

Historic Timeline

PreGame Events

PreGame Timeline

Townsfolk Table – who has been replaced, and when

Chief TammamendAdded Dec 15, 2016

The Lenni Lenape

Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Indians
Lenape language resource
Nanticoke (“Tidewater People”) originated from the Lenape, whom they call “Grandfathers” or “Ancient Ones”. The Nanticoke (Lenni Lenape) are feared for their knowledge of herbal poisons
Tribal bands (Cohansies): Siconese, Sewapois, Narraticon, Alloways, Kechemeches, Tuckahoes
They often use the phrase “the almighty creator”

The current Lenape tribes are divided into 3 major nations with 3 different totems:

  • Minsi Nation: Northern “People of the Stony Country” with Wolf totem
  • Unami Nation: Pennsylvania and mid-Delaware “People Who Live Down River” with Turtle totem
  • Unalachtigo Nation: South Eastern “People Who Live by the Ocean” with Turkey totem

The symbiotic relationship and stasis was disrupted by the arrival of the Europeans. The Europeans displaced the Lenape, and began intentionally killing off the buffalo since they knew it was a major resource for them. Consequently, bison have been driven to near extinction, and their range dramatically reduced by 1870. The lifespan of a bison is around 20 – 30 years, meaning that the bison that were already in captivity are now a minimum of 28 years old. This means they are, and have been dying, and the power-stasis has been lost. As the available power has been reduced, the batteries have been providing the difference. For several years now the bison have been dying due to natural old age. With many of the bison dead, the batteries have been supplying the extra energy required and are now nearly drained!

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