Chief Gould and King Gustaf

A delegation of our Confederated tribes was on hand as “VIP’s” as the king and queen of Sweden arrived at Fort Christina Wilmington, Delaware, on May 11.  Chief Gould, Chief Coker, and five of our tribal princesses were the first to greet the Royals

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Confederated Tribes sign ULIN Treaty

On June 27, 2011, in Archives, by Staff

On June 14th, 2011, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,  each of our three confederated tribes (The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation, the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware, the Nanticoke Indian Tribe) became signatories on the United League of Indigenous Nations Treaty. This is an historic occasion for our three tribes, to be in league with sovereign indigenous nations from around the world. Our tribes joined over 80 other indigenous nations in the ULIN.

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Since the formation of the Confederation of Sovereign Nanticoke-Lenape Tribes, which began as an intertribal union between our tribe and the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware, there remained one additional tribe which was needed to make the confederation complete, the Nanticoke Indian Tribe of Delaware.  Our three tribes share common bloodlines and history.  In May 2011, the Nanticoke unanimously voted at their regular tribal meeting to become full members of the confederation.   This completes our union.  We wholeheartedly welcome our relatives into our Confederation!

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