Welcome Home Project

Ursinus College, Perkiomen Valley School District Partnership With Delaware Tribe of Indians Welcomes Them Home.

The school district and the college will help acknowledge history, culture, and legacy of Lenape people.

Save the DateS: Lenape Symposium 2024

August 6-8, 2024

Statement of Mutual Intentions

Welcome Home team

Pictured above left to right: Seamus Clune, Principal, Perkiomen Valley Middle School East; Barbara Russell, Superintendent of Schools, Perkiomen Valley School District; Delaware Tribe Elder, John Thomas; Heather Lobban-Viravong, Vice President for Inclusion and Community Engagement; Lakota Tribe Elder, Faye Thomas.

A Shared Responsibility: Ursinus Hosts Indigenous Representation Symposium


Welcome Home: A Historic Partnership


Welcome Home

">On April 12, our community solidified its connection with the Delaware Tribe of Indians alongside the Perkiomen Valley School District in a historic Welcome Home event.

College Shares Land Acknowledgement Statement


Ursinus, PVSD Partnership Brings Delaware Tribe of Indians Home


Partnership with Delaware Tribe of Indians Moves Forward


Early North America: Lori Daggar Assistant Professor of History


Learn More About Lenape History

The Delaware Tribe is one of many contemporary tribes that descend from the Unami- and Munsee-speaking peoples of the Delaware and Hudson River valleys.
“Removal and the Cherokee-Delaware Agreement,” in Delaware Tribe in a Cherokee Nation, by Brice Obermeyer. University of Nebraska Press, 2009.

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