The Culture and Acculturation of the Delaware Indians

Volume 10
William W. Newcomb, Jr.

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In 1951 and 1952, William W. Newcomb, Jr. visited the Delaware people of Oklahoma in order to write an ethnographic study of the tribe. He discusses the origins and linguistic affiliations of the Delaware, their social systems, economic and material culture, and religion and folklore, as well as the process of acculturation and assimilation that took place after European contact.

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