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Lenape Nations at Ashtabula Fest

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations
Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural Festival
July 26, 2014

United Eastern Lenape Nation Chief Quiet Wolf

United Eastern Lenape Nation Chief Quiet Wolf


Native Americans from the Lenape Nations marched and performed at the 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural Festival. United Eastern Lenape Nation Chief Quiet Wolf told about his and other clans and about the Lenape people.



They marched in the annual parade down Main Ave. in Ashtabula, Ohio.

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations marched in the 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural  Parade

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations marched in the 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural  Parade

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations marched in the 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural  Parade


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Chief Quiet Wolf of Native Americans from the Lenape Nations blessing


They blessed the event with a drum circle and dance performance.

Chief Quiet Wolf of Native Americans from the Lenape Nations blessing

Chief Quiet Wolf of Native Americans from the Lenape Nations blessing

Chief Quiet Wolf of Native Americans from the Lenape Nations blessing

Chief Quiet Wolf blessing the Festival


Native Americans from the Lenape Nations drum circle and dance



Native Americans from the Lenape Nations drum circle and dance


The Rapid Rivers Drum has been around since 2003 with head drummer Peaceful Panther.

 Lenape Nations drum

 Lenape Nations drum



Native Americans from the Lenape Nations drum circle and dance

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations drum circle and dance

More drums and dance

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations drum circle and dance

Clan Mother Mourning Dove introduced Chief Quiet Wolf at the Ashtabula Festival.

Lenape Nation Clan Mother Morning Dove and Chief Quiet Wolf

Clan Mother Morning Dove and Chief Quiet Wolf



More drums and dance

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations drum circle and dance

Chief Quiet Wolf explained the drum they use and the 12 laws of Peace inscribed on the drum. The laws are Respect, Harmony, Patience, Honor, Courage, Oneness and so on and each has a negative attribute counterpart (such as impatience) to be used as a teaching tool.

 Lenape Nations drum



 Lenape Nations drum


Chief Quiet Wolf told what the role of the Clan Mother is in the Lenape nation.



Lenape Nation Clan Mother Morning Dove and Chief Quiet Wolf

Lenape Nation Clan Mother Morning Dove and Chief Quiet Wolf


Clan Mother Morning Dove said her role as Clan Mother is to watch over and help the Clan Mothers of the Turtle, Wolf and Turkey Clans. They told how their names were chosen.



Clan Mother Morning Dove told how names were chosen for outsiders and of the 4 sacred herbs.



Lenape Nations items

Lenape Nations items



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