260. Woodland Tribes
The Wampanoag and many of the other native peoples in New England, spoke a language belonging to the Algonquian language family of the Northeastern Woodlands based in southeastern Massachusetts. Podcaster Eric Yanis of The Other States of America reconstructs Wampanoag society prior to the arrival of European colonists in 1620.
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