Original Inhabitants of the 13 Colonies
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This table is intended to indicate the location of certain native groups at the time of colonization. Colonial boundaries were irrelevant to their way of life.
|Connecticut||Pequot, Mohegan (Mohican)|
|Delaware||Nanticoke, Lenni Lenape (Delaware)|
|Maryland||Conoy, Assateague, Susquehannock, et al.|
|Massachusetts||Wampanoag, Nauset, Massachuset, et al.|
|Maine*||Micmac, Abenaki (Abnaki/Wabanaki)|
|New Hampshire||Pennacook, Abenaki|
|New Jersey||Lenni Lenape (Delaware)|
|New York||Iroquois, Algonquian|
|North Carolina||Hatteras, Cherokee, Catawba, et al.|
|Pennsylvania||Shawnee, Seneca, et al.|
|Rhode Island||Narragansett, Nipmuc, et al.|
|South Carolina||Yamasee, Catawba, Cherokee|
|Virginia||Powhattan, et al.|
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