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Native American Studies Resources in Archives and Special Collections

This bibliography includes manuscript collections and books on Native Americans. The bibliography is divided into two sections: the first are materials on Miami and Delaware in Indiana, especially in Delaware County and east central Indiana; the second se


Archives and Special Collections collects books, theses, dissertations, and student papers about the Delaware.

The Delaware, known as Lenape or Lenni Lenape (People Who Are the Standard), settled along the Delaware River and its tributaries until the late 1600s and 1700s. Three dialects of Delaware were spoken, including Munsee.

Source: Encyclopedia of North American Indians, Houghton Mifflin. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1996. s.v. "Delaware," (accessed August 19, 2010).

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