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Dennis J. Coker

Principal Chief

LENAPE INDIAN TRIBE OF DELAWARE INC

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Confederation of Sovereign Nanticoke-Lenape Tribes of the Delaware Bay


Construction Superintendent

Tilcon Delaware Inc


Web References(25 Total References)


Speakers » Democracy Awakening

democracyawakening.org [cached]

Dennis J. Coker, Principal Chief, Lenape Indian Tribe
A lifelong resident of Kent County, Delaware, Dennis J. Coker has been honored to be elected Principal Chief of the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware since 1996. During his term successful collaborations with the Delaware State Historic Preservation Office and the Federal Census Bureau, his Tribe was awarded a Census Designation Area allowing Tribal members to include their ethnicity as Lenape on the 2010 Census for the first time in history. Chief Coker's service as current Chairman of the Confederation of Sovereign Nanticoke-Lenape Tribes of the Delaware Bay has allowed him to effect progress towards recognition of the Indigenous human rights of all member Tribes. His membership in the National Congress of the American Indian (NCIA) and founding membership in the Alliance of Colonial Era Tribes (ACET) has brought recognition, furthered understandings, and developed collaborations for the betterment of Delaware's Indigenous population.


Delaware House of Representatives Minority Caucus - Daniel B. Short's Photo Gallery

www.delawarestatehouse.com [cached]

Also pictured, from left: Janice Durham of the Nanticoke/Lenni-Lenape Tribe; Dennis Coker, Chief of the Lenape Indian Tribe; Boe Harris of the Chippewa and Dakota Tribes; and Tom Robbins, Chief of the Nanticoke Indian Tribe.


New Historic Connecting Trail | Susquehanna Greenway

susquehannagreenway.org [cached]

The numerous American Indian leaders joining the ceremony in person today 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.


udreview.com

Past speakers include Dennis Coker, chief of the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware, and Marilyn Barry, a specialist in sustainability.


Chesapeake Conservancy - Secretary Salazar designates four rivers in five states as historic components of Capt. John Smith Trail

www.chesapeakeconservancy.org [cached]

The numerous American Indian leaders joining the ceremony in person today 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..


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