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Birth:1628
Death:July 1701
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Text:"... and s r-i -he rljs" The wampum beit that belonged to ChiefTamanend can be seen at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, what disorganized, but later reorganized identity." with a tribal..."
Date:Sep 30 2001
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... so come early TAKES FIRST REST RIEST PETRIFIED EAR MAT BE THAT OF INDIAN CHIEFTamanend scientific pilgrimages have been started in this direction because of the find Ing of a petrified human ear..."
Date:June 27 1924
Publication:Kokomo, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Fisher SCENE III The Elm Penn William Byers ChiefTamanend Fred Schurr Indian Braves Donald Myers Dwight Kopp Harry Hare Tommy Yuckenberg Calvin Devin ney Indian Squaws Gloria Telford Ruth Pifer Helen..."
Date:May 18 1940
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... with photographs. It returns to the roots of New Britain Township and surrounding vil- beginning with the Lenape Indians and the legend of ChiefTamanend and dates back to the community's incep- tion in when Simon..."
Date:July 23 1999
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... was two years in the making. The publication covers the area's history, beginning with the Leni Lenape and the legend of ChiefTamanend. BY DONNA DVORAK-KNIEJUEM Correspondent 'NEW BRITAIN TWP. As the world..."
Date:July 23 1999
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... ChiefTamanend, a Lenape sachem from whom William Penn in 1683 purchased land between Pennypack and Neshaminy Creeks, park literature reads. The chief sold the land to Penn "in a treaty of friendship..."
Date:July 12 2009
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Anderson Treas urer A Royal Arch Chapter is now being organized here and there is a live Eastern Star Chapter at work PETRIFIED EAR MAY BE THAT OF INDIAN CHIEFTAMANEND June 14 New scientific pigrimages have..."
Date:June 15 1924
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Southamp- ton Township photos by Jay day to commemorate the day in 1682 when William Penn signed a treaty with Chief the leader of the Lenni-Lenape tribe of native Americans. Penn and ChiefTamanend..."
Date:Oct 27 1982
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... served as the area's playground. Thousands of families flocked to Eckhart's Grove and later to Forest Park and its Frontiertown where the spirit of ChiefTamanend ruled the placid waters of the Neshamlny..."
Date:June 4 1986
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... the southwestern part of Bucks County to William Perm nearly 300 years ago. ChiefTamanend was the phiiantropic and Ronald A. Bretherick. 383-A Sunnemead Ave.. Warminster. is the history-minded contestant who won..."
Date:Mar 6 1975
Publication:Levittown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... the tough sentence Aiig. 15. Lenapes, supporters sign treaty of brotherhood MORRISVILLE Three centuries after William Penn and ChiefTamanend made a commitment of peace and brotherhood at Penn's estate..."
Date:Aug 26 2002
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... I come from an illustrious Indian background including ChiefTamanend, the Delaware chief who signed the "Great Treaty" with William Penn in 1683 and his grandson. Chief White Eyes, the war..."
Date:Feb 17 1990
Publication:Santa Ana, California, United States of America
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Text:"... i I i i i if mm VOL. No. 197 Serving County f torn Jo 19051 SECTION A JULY 94 PAGES TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ChiefTamanend ft is htirint plot still a mystery ByBILLNEWILL Of the Sunday Sltijj Everybody s..."
Date:July 29 1973
Publication:Levittown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"..." school boards coming soon' thereafter. Tecumseh really ChiefTamanend s j The figurehead called "Tecuraseh11 has-for many years .played a part in the traditions of the Naval t Unoriginal wooderrim..."
Date:Feb 23 1976
Publication:Annapolis, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... Mrs John Houck and Mrs J W States called on Mrs Lindsay Rich ardson Saturday Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cessna are re joicing over the arrival of twin boys PETRIFIED EAR MAY BE THAT OF INDIAN CHIEFTAMANEND June..."
Date:June 12 1924
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... of the Delaware River in Han- cock, N.Y. About a half dozen canoes arrived Sun- day afternoon at Philadelphia's Penn Treaty Park, where Pennsylvania's founder William Penn signed a treats' with Lenape Chief..."
Date:Aug 19 2002
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... and surrounding vil- lages, beginning with the Leni Lenape Indians and the legend of ChiefTamanend and dates back to the community's incep- tion in 1712, when Simon Butler and Simon Mathews were among the first..."
Date:July 23 1999
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... signed a treaty with Lenape ChiefTamanend that Europeans and Indians would live together in peace as long "as the creeks and rivers run and while the sun, moon, and stars endure." After a one-week rest..."
Date:Aug 19 2002
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:".... And there was Chief One Star, an American Indian who took kids back into the woods to look for arrowheads. It was said ChiefTamanend was buried some- Schedule of events Chalfont has a host of activi- ties planned..."
Date:June 2 1995
Publication:Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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