Lenape

Welcome to the Lenape page, featuring courses for learning Lenape! Lenape (or Unami) is an extinct Algonquian language which was spoken by the Lenape, who lived in the areas of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and later in Oklahoma. Lenape was one of two Delaware languages, the other being Munsee. A modern version of the Lenape dialect called Western Delaware is being taught by the Delaware Tribe of Indians in Oklahoma. If you have any questions or can't find what you need, please e-mail us at sales@multilingualbooks.com.
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