“As far as the wood’s edge”: 250 years since the removal of the Delaware people from the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania

A quarter of a millennium ago, the last publicly identified members of the Lenni Lenape (Delaware) tribe of Native Americans were forcibly removed from the territory in Eastern Pennsylvania where they had fought to establish a homeland. The real story of the removal of the Delaware clashes with the “official” narrative of American history as laid-out by the New York Times, which claims “blacks fought alone” for democracy.

Eric London
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