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The path on the rainbow, an anthology of songs and chants from the Indians of North America . FRAGMENT FROM THE WALLUM- OLUM OR CHRONICLE OF THE LENI-LENAPE (Delaivare) After the mshing waters had subsided The Lenape of the Turtle were close to-gether, In hollow houses, living together there. It freezes where they abode: It snows where they abode: It storms where they abode: It is cold where they abode. At this northern place they speak favor-ably Of mild, cool lands With many deer and buffaloes. As they journeyed, some being strong, Some being rich, they separated Into house-builders and hunt

The path on the rainbow, an anthology of songs and chants from the Indians of North America . FRAGMENT FROM THE WALLUM- OLUM OR CHRONICLE OF THE LENI-LENAPE (Delaivare) After the mshing waters had subsided The Lenape of the Turtle were close to-gether, In hollow houses, living together there. It freezes where they abode: It snows where they abode: It storms where they abode: It is cold where they abode. At this northern place they speak favor-ably Of mild, cool lands With many deer and buffaloes. As they journeyed, some being strong, Some being rich, they separated Into house-builders and hunt Stock Photo
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The path on the rainbow, an anthology of songs and chants from the Indians of North America . FRAGMENT FROM THE WALLUM- OLUM OR CHRONICLE OF THE LENI-LENAPE (Delaivare) After the mshing waters had subsided The Lenape of the Turtle were close to-gether, In hollow houses, living together there. It freezes where they abode: It snows where they abode: It storms where they abode: It is cold where they abode. At this northern place they speak favor-ably Of mild, cool lands With many deer and buffaloes. As they journeyed, some being strong, Some being rich, they separated Into house-builders and hunters: The hunters showed themselves at thenorth: The hunters showed themselves at the east: The hunters showed themselves at thesouth: The hunters showed themselves at the west.35 36 THE PATH ON THE RAINBOW In that ancient country, in that northerncountry, In that Turtle country The best of Lenape were the Turtle-men. All the cabin fires of that land were dis-quieted And all said, **Let us go. To the Snake land, to the east, they went Going away, earnestly grieving. Split asunder, weak, tr

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