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MyHeritage Family Trees
Verner Web Site, managed by Meg V
Birth:1628
Death:Month 1701
Father:Father's name
Siblings:Weheeland Tamanend and names of 2 more siblings
Children:Princess Lenape Nation Delaware Tribe Tamanend and names of 2 more children
Chief Tamanend Tamanend
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Birth:1600
Chief Tamanend
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Searched by J. Samuels, from USA (Contact)
Birth:1628
Death:1701
Searched on:August 25 2015 (9 months ago)
MyHeritage Family Trees
The Stillings in StillingsTree Web Site, managed by Randy Stillings
MyHeritage Family Trees
The Stillings in Family site (GenCircles), managed by Randy Stillings
Birth:1710
Father:Father's name
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Long Fellow and name of one more child
MyHeritage Family Trees
The Stillings in StillingsTree Web Site, managed by Randy Stillings
Birth:1710
Father:Father's name
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Long Fellow and name of one more child
MyHeritage Family Trees
Swearengin Web Site, managed by Randy Stillings
MyHeritage Family Trees
The Stillings in Family site (GenCircles), managed by Randy Stillings
MyHeritage Family Trees
Swearengin Web Site, managed by Randy Stillings
Birth:1710
Father:Father's name
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Long Fellow and name of one more child
MyHeritage Family Trees
Verner Web Site, managed by Meg V
Children:Chief Tamanend and names of 3 more children
MyHeritage Family Trees
Louk Web Site, managed by Jerl Louk
Birth:1640 - Place
Death:1700 - Place
Father:Father's name
Brother:Name of brother
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Nicholas Weheequekhon Tamenend Lenape and names of 4 more children
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... be said against them, enjoyed natural beauty, and their habitations were often made in this delightful region. their councils being attended by ChiefTamanend, or Tammany, a Del-awake, whose wisdom..."
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Date:Day Month 1910
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... in carrying New York for Thomas Jefferson. The name Tammany is adapted from that of an Indian Chief, Tam-anend, of the Delaware tribe, who was famous for his virtues and wis dom. . He died' in 1740 and was bur..."
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Date:Day Month 1917
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...: THE MAYOR'S ADDRESS. "Welcome 0, ChiefTamanend, thou and thy tribal adherants. Welcome back to the land of sparkling waters, to the land of flowers, to the land that thy nation hath made rich in legends..."
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Date:Day Month 1911
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... on Fourteenth street. EARLY TAMMANY SOCIETIES. A white marble statue of the Delaware ChiefTamanend (Tammany) adorns the facade of the Fourteenth-street building. One reads of him in Cooper's "Last..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Text:"... of the Family The atre, of Penns landing and welcoming by Governor Markham and ChiefTamanend. In the evening a mass-meeting was held at the Third Presbyterian church, where President Sharpless of Haverford..."
Date:1907
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... of a reference to the Orders participation in the Dedication of Penn Treaty Park, the place where William Penn made his treaty with the Lenapes under ChiefTamanend. At said dedication P. G. I. Charles C. Conley..."
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
Publication date:1908
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Text:"... of the Family Theatre, of Penns landing and welcoming by Governor Markham and ChiefTamanend. In the evening a mass-meeting was held at the Third Presbyterian church, where President Sharpless of Haverford..."
Place:Pennsylvania, USA
Publication date:1900
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Text:"... in this delightful region, their councils being attended by ChiefTamanend, or Tammany, a Delaware, whose wisdom and virtues were such as to raise him in the place of patron saint of America. The notorious Tammany..."
Date:1899
Place:New York, USA
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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