The Lenapes are also known as the Delaware Indians. They acquired this name from the English colonists of the Delaware River Valley.
It is not only a huge business hub, but also an American cultural symbol for opportunity, hard work, energy, and eclecticism.
But have you ever wondered about the history of this great city? Native Americans were the first inhabitants of the area of New York City.
The Lenape people were the main residents in this land, and they spoke the Algonquian language Kraft, Herbert. These people used the waterways in their surroundings for fishing, hunting trips, trade, and even war. Before European settlers came, the Lenape had agriculture, developed hunting techniques, and were managing their resources with ease.
They even were harvesting large amounts of fish and shellfish Kurlansky, Mark. According to estimates, there were around 80 settlements of the Lenape with a population of approximately 5, when European settlers came Stanford Web Archive Timeline.
Italian voyager Giovanni da Verrazzano was the first European to visit the area, which was in Morison, Samuel Eliot. But he did not stay for long, and it was not until when English employee of the Dutch East India Company, Henry Hudson, was looking for a westerly passage to Asia and instead found a fine spot for beaver pelts.
Inthe creation of Fort Amsterdam was initiated. Through the bringing of African slaves to the settlement, construction improved and blossomed, but there was animosity between the Native Americans and the settlers. In February ofthere was the Pavonia Massacre in the area known as present-day Jersey City, but a peace treaty was eventually made on August 29th of Ellis, Edward Robb.
Shorty after, inthe colony was granted self-governance. However, Dutch rule was short lived. It became a colony of the Kingdom of England and subsequently of Great Britain. In the hands of the British, New York burgeoned into a full-scale city. Unfortunately, through war and massacre, the population of the Lenape shrunk to about On the other hand, the slave trade under British rule continued to boost manpower and also Africans and Caribbeans acted as servants within homes.
With the introduction of the Stamp Act and other taxation measures created by the British government, the colonists became agitated under oppression. Official resistance to British authority began in with The Stamp Act Congress, and it eventually resulted in the American Revolution starting in the same year.
The Revolution lasted until under the leadership of General George Washington with the aid of France and other countries.
The 13 colonies built the Continental Army, and through much tribulation, were able to drive out the British Army from New York and the other colonies. You can say this was the true start of the modern New York City. From a relatively peaceful Native American settlement of the Lenape people to American rule, New York City has had a bloody, tumultuous history of banner-changing, massacres, mass fires, slavery, and revolt.
Now the focal point of American urban culture and business, one can easily forget what it came from. Archaeology, history, and ethnography New Jersey Historical Society v 21, Foote, Thelma Wills Black and White Manhattan: History on the Half Shell, New York: Morison, Samuel Eliot The European Discovery of America.
Henry Hudson Dreams and Obsession. Retrieved on September 13, Ellis, Edward Robb The Epic of New York City. In the Shadow of Slavery: African Americans in New York City, The University of Chicago Press.INTRODUCTION TO THE BIG HORN LENAPE NATION ***** The intents and purposes of the Big Horn Lenape Nation are "to revive, retain and perpetuate the culture, language, history, crafts and spirituality of Our Lenape Ancestors; to educate ourselves and others of Lenape Culture and Traditions.
The name Lenni Lenape is said to mean “true men” or “original people.” The Lenapes original homeland was all of the area of the present state of New Jersey, the southeast section of state of New York, the northern areas of the state of Delaware, and the eastern part of the state of Pennsylvania.
The Lenape (English: / l ə ˈ n ɑː p i / or / ˈ l ɛ n ə p i /), also called the Leni Lenape, Lenni Lenape and Delaware people, are an indigenous people of the Northeastern Woodlands, who live in Canada and the United lausannecongress2018.com States (Wisconsin): 1, We Are Still Here!
The Tribal Saga of Much more can be said, and has been said, about the history of the Nanticoke and Lenape people who are now spread throughout North America. However, my task is to provide a brief, but comprehensive, Introduction 6 Narrative Historical Summary.
The Lenape: Archaeology, history, and ethnography (New Jersey Historical Society v 21, ). Foote, Thelma Wills ().
Black and White Manhattan: The History of Racial Formation in Colonial New York.
New York: Oxford University Press. p. ISBN Kurlansky, Mark. From a relatively peaceful Native American settlement of the Lenape people to American rule, New York City has had a bloody, tumultuous history of banner-changing, massacres, mass fires, slavery, and revolt.