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Susquehannock Indian Language (Conestoga)
Susquehannock was an Iroquoian language of the Northeast Woodlands.
The language is extinct and tragically so are the Susquehannock as a tribe ; the Susquehannocks were devastated by smallpox, and a lynch
mob massacred the survivors in 1763. There are still some people of partial Susquehannock descent among the
Iroquois and Lenape
Our list of vocabulary words in the Susquehannock language, with comparison to words in other Iroquoian languages.
Ethnologue entry for the extinct Susquehannock language.
A Vocabulary of Susquehannock
Susquehannock dictionary for sale.
Lee Sultzman's tribal history of the Susquehanna Indians.
Where Are The Susquehannock?
Story of the Conestoga massacre that destroyed the Susquehannock Indians, with a list of the names of the slain.
Pennsylvania Indian Map Maryland Indian Map:
Tribal maps showing the original lands of the Susquehannock Indians and their neighbors.
Annals of the Susquehannocks
History book on the Susquehannock and other Indian tribes of Pennsylvania.
Links, References, and Additional Susquehannock Resources
Information about the Susquehanna tribe in French.
Conestoga Tribe Susquehannock Tribe:
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Indian Names and Meanings
Tribal Tattoo Designs
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