The Lenni Lenape are often said to be extinct. This is not so; there are about 11,000 Lenape in Oklahoma, where they were sent by the US government (which only recently stopped incorrectly classifying them as Cherokees), and another 5000 in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, though they do not have federal recognition. The Munsee Delaware in Ontario and Wisconsin consider themselves a distinct tribe.

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Delaware Indians
Information and links related to the Delawares in northeastern America.
Four Directions Institute: Delaware
Tribal profile, timeline, and links.
Lenape Language and the Lenape Indian Culture
Information and links on the tribe's language, culture, history and genealogy.
Lenape or Delaware Indians
Article and links on the native people of West Jersey.
LenniLenape and Cherokee
A few Cherokee and Lenape links.
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