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Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware
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Morning Star Publications
www.seafordstar.com, 14 May 2015 [cached]
Assisting will be Dennis Coker, chief of the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware.
The numerous American Indian leaders ...
smithtrail.net, 18 May 2012 [cached]
The numerous American Indian leaders joining the ceremony in person included: Tadodaho Sid Hill, spiritual leader of the Haudenosaunee nations (Six Nation/Iroquois Confederacy); Sid Jamieson, Chief of the Mohawk Nation; Stephen Adkins, Chief of the Chickahominy Tribe; Dennis Coker, Chief of the Lenape Tribe; Rico Newman, Piscataway member and chairman of the Maryland Indian Tourism Association; Deanna Beacham of the Virginia Council of Indians and member of the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail Advisory Council; and Virginia Busby of the Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs.
www.keeptrees.com, 1 July 2013 [cached]
says Chief Coker, and included fish, nuts,
Even today, Chief Coker says,
Dennis Coker, Principal Chief of the Lenape
advocates healthy eating, growing
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because they are the future caretakers of
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Chief Coker was
Mitsawokett: A 17th Century Native American Community in Central Delaware
www.mitsawokett.com, 7 Jan 2009 [cached]
Dennis Coker, chief of the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware Inc., is anxious to see both the NPS review and publication of Mr. Heite's report.
"What's at stake for us is recognition as a Native American group, an indigenous group native to Delaware," Chief Coker said.
Chief Coker said the Lenape community numbers about 750 people and can document its population of the Cheswold area for at least 300 years.
It has ties to other Lenape groups, including the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Indians of New Jersey, a tribe recognized by that state.
"We've intermarried with the Nanticokes for a couple of hundred years now," Chief Coker said.
4. Lenape chairman Dennis Coker, who is a third cousin of Charles Clark, is descended from one of the families that lived at Bloomsbury.
After Amy, we introduced Dennis ...
www.teensturninggreen.org, 17 May 2014 [cached]
After Amy, we introduced Dennis Coker, the Principal Chief of the Lenape Tribe of Delaware, who shared with us the Native American viewpoint on sustainability, and how there is still time to make changes for the better.
finished, Judi broke us into large groups and we crafted action platforms, through which we would embark on our next steps in our ongoing fight against the power plant.