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Walter Lone Wolf Van Dunk

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Ramapough Lenape Nation

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Walter Lone Wolf Van Dunk, the chief of the Ramapough Nation, read a Lenape prayer during the 90-minute service, and talked about the Native American traditions of his people.


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Meanwhile, in Ringwood, former Ramapough Chief Walter Van Dunk asked Rep."We're not sure where we're going with this, but we'd like your help to get the truth," Walter Van Dunk told Garrett.


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"For the most part, our powwow helps to educate the public that there are actually Indian people still here in New Jersey," said Chief Walter Van Dunk of Mahwah."We've always been here.


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