The Delaware Indians, also called the Lenape, originally lived along the Delaware River in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. They speak a form of the Algonquian Indian language and so are related to the Miami, Ottawa, and Shawnee Indians. The Delawares are called "Grandfathers" by the other Algonquin tribes because they believe them to be the oldest and original Algonquin nation.

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The Delaware Tribal website was established several years ago,
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