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Toponymy of Bergen, New Netherland

Toponymy of Bergen, New Netherland: “

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Placenames in the 17th century province of New Netherland in most cases have their roots in the [[Algonquian language]] [[Lenape]], [[Middle Dutch]], [[English]], or [[Latin]], as was the case of [[Bergen, New Netherland]] (in what is now northeastern [[New Jersey]].
the region before European contact was the territory of the [[Hackensack Indians]] and the Tappan, both of which spoke the [[Unami]], and had as the totem a turtle.

(Via Wikipedia – New pages [en].)

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