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’Cohaquonnock: the grove of long pine trees’: Using Toponymy to Reinstate Lenape Presence on 17th and 18th-Centuries Maps of the Delaware River Valley

Agnès Trouillet
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hal-04422435 , version 1 (28-01-2024)

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Agnès Trouillet. ’Cohaquonnock: the grove of long pine trees’: Using Toponymy to Reinstate Lenape Presence on 17th and 18th-Centuries Maps of the Delaware River Valley. Congrès annuel AFEA ‘’Voix, sons, bruits, silences / Noises Sounds Voices’’, Association française d'Études Américaines, May 2023, Université de Bourgogne (Dijon), France. ⟨hal-04422435⟩
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