Indians In Ceremonial Dress

Indians In Ceremonial Dress Long Island New York

Stock #: 42154
Type: Postcard
Era: Linen
City: Long Island
State: New York (NY)
Publisher: The Tomlin Art Company
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
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At the time of its first settlement by the Dutch and English, Long Island was occupied by thirteen distinct tribes of Indians - the Canarse's, Rockaway's, Merikoke's, Marsapeague's, Secatogue's and Patchogue's in the south, the Matinecocks, Nissaquogue's, Setauket's and Corchaug's in the north, and the Shinecock's, Manhasset's and Montauk's in the east. Historians say these tribes sprang from the Delawares and Mohawks. A large number of towns, villages, beaches, rivers, streets, etc., on Long Island are named after its Indian tribes or chiefs, or taken from Indian names.
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