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Pecans are the only tree nut truly native to the United States. “Pecan” comes from an Algonquian word meaning “a nut too hard to crack by hand.” U.S. farmers produce more than 300 million pounds of pecans a year — primarily in 15 states with Georgia leading the way followed by New Mexico and Texas.
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The "Sap" Moon is how the Shawnee people referred to a full moon around the month of March, because this time of year is associated with the flow of the syrupy liquid from maple trees. According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, many full moon nicknames come from terms used by Algonquian-speaking ...
These included the Algonquian speaking “Nentego” (Nanticokes), the largest tribe on the Eastern Shore, who were part of a matrilineal culture. They lived off the land, using wood, stone, bone and clay products as the basic raw materials in their lives. This region is noted for ample rainfall, numerous ponds, ...
Native American tribes that lived here, such as the Tuscarora, Algonquian and Catawba, credited women as an indispensable part of creation, culture and the earth and its processes, according to the North Carolina Museum of History. In the ensuing centuries and decades, that's still the case. Too often ...
When English settlers arrived in 1607, the Powhatan Confederacy — Algonquian-speaking tribes including the Pamunkey — numbered between 14,000 and 21,000. The Pamunkey resided primarily in the Tidewater region of Virginia on the north side of the James River. By Drew Hansen – Digital Editor ...
In April, Shepard-Kegl and Conor McDonough Quinn, another USM linguistics professor, will travel to an international conference in Budapest, Hungary, to present their comparative analysis of American Sign Language and Algonquian languages native to the northeastern United States and Canada.
While the jury's still out on Graveline's identification of it as a Native American birthing stone that became a grave offering for the burial of some royal Algonquian man or woman whose birth was aided by it, many twists and turns have transported me up the Merrimack Valley and back down to Harvard ...


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