American Indians

Lenni-Lenape Indians: The Lenape Indians were also known as the Delaware Indian tribe because they lived along the Delaware River in Southeastern Pennsylvania (PA). These native Americans are thought to be one of the oldest races of humans.

The Susquehannock Indian Tribes: they were also known as Conestoga, Sasquesahanough, Minquas, Minquosy, Machoeretini, Mengwe, or Mingo and lived along the Susquehanna River. In 1701, they signed a treaty with William Penn stating, the Indians "shall forever hereafter be as one Head & One Heart, & live in true Friendship & Amity as one People." However, in 1763 the last of the Conestoga were massacred by racist near Lancaster, PA.

Philadelphia's Story (The 1700's): the true story of the United States of America.

Popcorn (Maizae Grana Tosta): sweet corn is an indisputable native of the Americas and has been consumed for 7,000 years.

Edible Plants -- Guide To Edible Plants, Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs: Sage, aids healing, used as a bandage, toothbrush for the American Indian or with bear fat to rub in the skin, improves memory, aids in digestion of meats,

The Economy: Crisis? What Crisis?: the American "native" Indians are an example of how a society can invest in the future.

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