Hackensack Indians
Hackensack was the exonym given by the Dutch colonists to a band of the Lenape, a Native American. The name is a Dutch derivation of the Lenape word for what is now the region of northeastern New Jersey along the Hudson and Hackensack rivers. While the Lenape people occupied much of the mid-Atlantic area, Europeans referred to small groups of native people by the names associated with the places where they lived.

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Hackensack tribe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[edit]. In 1600 the Lenape population may have numbered as many as 20,000. The English colonists later referred to ...
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Hackensack, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Location of Hackensack within Bergen County, New Jersey. ..... of the area were the Lenni Lenape, an Algonquian people (later known as the Delaware Indians)  ...
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Oratam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oratam (or Oritani) was sagamore, or sachem, of the Hackensack Indians living in northeastern New Jersey during the period of early European colonization in ...
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The City of Hackensack, New Jersey - History of Hackensack
History of Hackensack. Prior to being settled by the Dutch in 1693, Hackensack was home to the thriving Lenni Lenape Indian community that lived and ...
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Alex Trebek explains the origins of 'Hackensack' in new commercial ...
Mar 28, 2012 ... Alex Trebek explains the origins of 'Hackensack' in new commercial ... "Hackensack — or, Achkinckeshacky — that's an old Lenape Indian ...
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Indian Place Names - RootsWeb
Sometimes the cumbersome Indian name would be shortened or twisted to suit the ... Oratam, a sachem of the Hackensack Indians, who fought and then made ...
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Indian restaurant Hackensack, NJ - Yelp
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Latest Indian roommates,rooms to share/rent ads in Hackensack NJ listing.Find Comprehensive listing of rooms and pg available for Sharing & accomodation in  ...
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Moving from MD to Hackensack,NJ- How is the area?? (Jersey City ...
Hi All, Me and my husband are planning to move to Hackensack,NJ from MD.My husband has got his job in Jersey City.We are Indians and I ...
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Hackensack, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Daytime EMS is provided seven days a week by the Hackensack University ... Lenni Lenape, an Algonquian people (later known as the Delaware Indians) who  ...
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Mar 14, 2013 ... Friends of Hackensack University Medical Center hosted a preview of the new Hackensack UMC Orthopaedic Institute at Indian Trail Club in ...
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Hackensack University Medical Group Pascack Valley is excited to ... of Physicians (ACP) and American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) .
Hackensack, NJ - Fairleigh Dickinson University
The stately Bergen County Courthouse in Hackensack is capped with a replica of ... Indian name, Hacquinsacq, and instead called the region “New Barbadoes.
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History of Bergen and Passaic Counties, New Jersey: With ...
History of Bergen and Passaic Counties, New Jersey: With ...
1882
ingin the colony, had assumed the right to make treaties with the Indians and to purchase lands of them, irrespective of the ... Adrian Post, who, in October, 1655, was " appointed to treat with the Hackensack Indians for the release of prisoners.
Hackensack (NJ) (Images of America) (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
Hackensack (NJ) (Images of America) (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))
2009
Title: A look at old Hackensack Author: Mike KerwickPublisher: The RecordDate: 2/19/2009A group of Hackensack High School graduates has put together the latest vintage book in Arcadia Publishing's "Images of America" series.TELL ME MORE: Ever wonder what River Street looked like before the arrival of Target and Pep Boys? Curious to s...
Chronology of American Indian History
Chronology of American Indian History
Liz Sonneborn, 2009
By the 19th century, the Huron of Quebec will create a sizable industry selling clothing embroidered in moose hair to non-Indians. 1641 The Dutch offer bounties for Indian scalps. A group of Hackensack Indians kill two Dutch farmers who ...
Hackensack
Hackensack
Terry E. Sellarole, Allan Petretti, Theresa E. Jones, 2009
"Hackensack" by Fountains of Wayne, from the album titled Welcome Interstate Managers Hackensack's historical significance starts with the arrival of European colonists in 1664, their encounter with the Lenni-Lenape Indians and the one ...
American Indian Chronology: Chronologies of the American Mosaic
American Indian Chronology: Chronologies of the American Mosaic
Phillip M. White, 2006
Greenwood, which has produced an extensive number of resources on American ethnicity, has begun a new series, Chronologies of the American Mosaic. The aim is to provide a succinct review of the long histories of the ethnic groups in an almanac format. White, author of American Indian Chronology, is a university reference librarian with many referen...
The Indians of New Jersey: their origin and development; ...
The Indians of New Jersey: their origin and development; ...
William Nelson, 1894
Hackensack, 124; meaning of, 124 ; trading post of the Indians, 103. Hackensack Indians, 105, in, 130; sketch of, 102 ; sub-tribe of the Lenape, 102; Cacanakque, 109 ; Camoins, 102 ; Capta- min, Peter, 109; Hairish, 109; Mawumstome, 109; ...
Dinosaurs in the Attic: An Excursion into the American Museum of Natural History
Dinosaurs in the Attic: An Excursion into the American Museum of Natural History
1993
New York's American Museum of Natural History, one of the outstanding science museums in the world, contains an extraordinary collection of objects: dinosaur skeletons, human mummies, tiny beetles, birds of paradise, and massive totem poles. Only a tiny fraction of the millions of catalogued specimens is on public view, and Douglas, with a ser...
The pre-Iroquoian Algonkian Indians of central and western ...
The pre-Iroquoian Algonkian Indians of central and western ...
Alanson Skinner, Foster Harmon Saville, Reginald Pelham Bolton, 1920
Chief of the Tappan in 1645 and 1649, probably subordinate to Oratamin of Hackensack His name is decidedly Dutch, but we find no ... A "Virginian," who was part owner of Paulus Hook with Hackensack Indians, when it was sold in 1645.
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Bowling Taglines: First-half standings for the Big North & NJIC | Varsity Aces | NorthJersey.com
Posted on Friday, December 20, 2013 2:05 pmby Greg Tartaglia.
blog.northjersey.com/varsityaces/29246/bowling-taglines-first-half-standings-for-the-big-north-njic/
History and Legends of the Mysterious “Jackson Whites” | Weird NJ
Weird NJ is a travel guide and magazine to places you won't find on state funded maps or located on any tourist attraction pamphlets.
weirdnj.com/stories/fabled-people-and-places/jackson-whites/
Coach’s Corner: Retire Chief Wahoo | Stop Hitting Your Brother
As a Jew, I would actually be fine with a team called the Jersey City Jews or the Islip Israelites or Hackensack Hebrews or somesuch. But that logo? Yep, I’d be offended.
stophittingyourbrother.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/coachs-corner-retire-chief-wahoo/
Indian Kidnaps | Miner Descent
Our popular imagination of Indian Kidnaps are framed by the red sands of Monument Valley in post Civil War times from movies like John Ford's The Searchers. In reality, Indian kidnaps were common on the Massachusetts frontier two hundred years earlier. I count at least 25 of our ancestral families that were impacted.…
minerdescent.com/2013/09/12/indian-kidnaps/
Native Americans Traded Wampum from a New Jersey Factory | Footnotes Since the Wilderness
Irish settlers in colonial New Jersey made wampum belts, pipes and beads until the late 1800's. John Jacob Astor traded the wampum for Plains Indian furs.
footnotessincethewilderness.wordpress.com/2010/08/10/native-americans-traded-wampum-from-a-new-jersey-factory/
New Film, ‘Out of the Furnace,’ Accused of Stereotyping Ramapough Indians | NJEJA
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njeja.org/2013/12/16/new-film-out-of-the-furnace-accused-of-stereotyping-ramapough-indians/
New Netherland: The Esopus Wars | The New York History Blog
This year marks the 350th anniversary of the Second Esopus War, which was fought primarily between the Munsee Esopus and the New Netherland colonists in 1663. The image of an “Indian” war most often conjures up scenes of the American West, yet this conflict took place right in the proverbial backyard of the Hudson Valley.
newyorkhistoryblog.org/2013/12/17/forgotton-history-the-esopus-wars/
Big North Conference Bowling Results from 12-18-13 | HS-Bowling Blog
* NORTH JERSEY HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING HIGHLIGHTS * 12-19-13 - In a clash between two strong squads, Westwood downed Fort Lee, 7-0; the Cardinals were buoyed by senior Andrew Cirillo 268-214-205: 687, the day’s best set; The River brothers got into the act as well…Brandon 214 and Kyle 207; best for the Bridgemen were…
hsbowling.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/big-north-conference-bowling-results-from-12-18-13/
The Hackensack: Mohnish Pabrai: A Super Salesman, not a Super Investor
Mohnish Pabrai is clearly savvy at self-promotion (as I noted elsewhere last year) and a consummate salesman, judging by the hundreds of millions of dollars of assets he's gathered. I think it's clear by now though that he's not a great investor.
thehackensack.blogspot.com/2009/09/mohnish-pabrai-super-salesman-not-super.html
Walking With Ancestors: The Zabriskie Mystery, Part 1
Postcard of Zabriskie Pond, NJ circa 1909. Albrecht Zabriskie, Elusive ImmigrantMy father’s mother died when he was a small boy.
walkingwithancestors.blogspot.com/2012/01/zabriskie-mystery-part-1.html
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