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The Burial history of Narragansett and Nanticoke tribes

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Elise Harmon

on 8 December 2015

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The Sacred Burial Grounds of the Narragansett and Nanticoke Tribes
By Elise Harmon
The Nanticoke Tribe
Nanticoke comes from the Algonquian word "Nantaquak" which translates to "Tidewater People"
State recognized Tribe
government recognizes tribes that were landless; that is, did not have an Indian reservation or communal land holdings because they were seized by settlers

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