RAMAPOUGH MOUNTAIN INDIANS: PEOPLE PLACES AND CULTURAL TRADITIONS
By Ed Lenik
This book continues the exploration of evidence of a continuous Indian presence in Northern New Jersey and southeastern New York begun in Ed Lenik’s earlier work Indians in the Ramapos: Survival, Persistence and Presence. In this volume Lenik draws on history and archaeology to discuss places, people, legends, stories and objects that testify “We Are Still Here.”
Edward J. Lenik is a regional archaeologist, past president of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey and the Eastern States Archaeological Federation and an author of a number of books on Native American rock art. Published by The North Jersey Highlands Historical Society.
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- Paperback: 219 pages
- Publisher: The North Jersey Highland Historical Society (2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0615525180
- ISBN-13: 978-0615525181