The Susquehannock Indian Tribes: they were also known as Conestoga, Sasquesahanough, Minquas, Minquosy, Machoeretini, Mengwe, or Mingo and lived along the Susquehanna River. In 1701, they signed a treaty with William Penn stating, the Indians "shall forever hereafter be as one Head & One Heart, & live in true Friendship & Amity as one People." However, in 1763 the last of the Conestoga were massacred by racist near Lancaster, PA.
Philadelphia's Story (The 1700's): the true story of the United States of America.
Popcorn (Maizae Grana Tosta): sweet corn is an indisputable native of the Americas and has been consumed for 7,000 years.
Edible Plants -- Guide To Edible Plants, Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs: Sage, aids healing, used as a bandage, toothbrush for the American Indian or with bear fat to rub in the skin, improves memory, aids in digestion of meats,
The Economy: Crisis? What Crisis?: the American "native" Indians are an example of how a society can invest in the future.