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WOO—scientist, politician, former Delaware lieutenant governor JOHN G. TOWNSEND—entrepreneur, colleague of Pierre du Pont; committed to advancing state’s public school system ANNIE JUMP CANNON— astronomer; called “census taker of the sky;” referenced more than 200,000 stars More Very Important People Several families, including the du Ponts and Rodneys, have remained important throughout Delaware’s history.

The Lenape belonged to the Algonquian family of eastern tribes. The Lenape traveled the streams and rivers in dugout canoes. The women raised corn, squash, and beans. The men hunted and fished. The Lenape traced their descent through their mother’s families, and women played an important role in tribal government. Several other Native American tribes lived along Chesapeake Bay, among them, the Nanticoke. Word Definition Early Indians WAMPUM: beads, pierced and strung, used by Indians as money or for ornaments 37 Exploration Land Ho!

Those who survived moved west. Zwaanendael, Delaware’s first Dutch settlement, was raided by the Lenape in 1632 to avenge the death of one of their braves. Only one settler survived the attack. Around 1690, the Lenape left Delaware. Diseases introduced by the Europeans, such as small pox, were devastating to the Indian population because they had no natural immunity. Indian Tribes Indians called the Nanticoke from Maryland’s Eastern Shore, also occupied a portion of Delaware. Despite a smallpox epidemic, the Nanticoke survived the arrival of the white man, but eventually moved to Iroquois country in Pennsylvania and later, west.

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