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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

KILLINGS OF MANY LENAPE

1585 Roanoke:
Ralph Lane killed the LENAPE historian.  His English soldiers killed many other LENAPE.
1610 Jamestown:
Three hundred (300) men under Lord De La Warr III disembarked into Jamestown, Va.  Those men had heavy armor suits and the latest flint lock rifles.  The detailed history of Jamestown between 1610 and 1614 has been suppressed.
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The detailed history of the descendants of these armored men for the rest of the 17th century has been suppressed.  But they may have been involved in the American slave trade centered on Charleston, SC.  Rickohocken means "strong people" in Old Norse.  The "strong" adjective might have referred to the amour suits and the latest flint lock rifles.
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Though out the 17th century many LENAPE were killed at known sites:
1611 HENRICUS CHURCH
1612 CHURCHES at NEWPORT,
         BOSTON, and NOVA SCOTIA
1613 DELAWARE PENNISULA
1622  After the UPRISING
1637 at MYSTIC
1643 During KIEFT’S war, Pavonia
1644       “         “           Pound Ridge
1645       “         “           
1666 PATAWOMECK
1675  KING PHILLIP’S WAR
1676 “GREAT SWAMP FIGHT”

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