Lenni Lenape, which means "common people" were uprooted from their
homelands in Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey during the first
half of the 18th century, tentatively establishing their villages
along the river bottoms in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio
with permission from the Iroquois confederation who controlled this
territory. By 1755 the Lenapes would become an independent nation
and call themselves Delawares.
takes us to a typical Delaware encampment on the frontier. You see
Delaware warriors painted in such a manner as to strike fear into
the hearts of their enemies. As they make last minute adjustments
on their weapons, the women serve a hearty feast of woodland stew.
Also being prepared is a kind of meal made from ground Indian corn
called Tassmanáne that could be loaded into a pouch and carried
on the trail for later use.
To Move was issued as an accompanying print to Preparing
To Meet The Enemy. They may be purchased individually, or as