Veterans Camp-Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp

The Ramapough and two other tribes were recognized as Indian tribes in 1980
by the state of New Jersey by Resolution 3031.
The New Jersey citation read:

Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of New Jersey (the Senate concurring):
That the Ramapough Mountain People of the Ramapough Mountains of Bergen and Passaic counties,
descendants of the Iroquois and Algonquin nations,
are hereby designated by the State of New Jersey as the Ramapough Indians.

The Situation in Mahwah for the Ramapough

Support the Ramapough Lenape Nation in defending their right to pray on their ancestral lands in New Jersey

Ramapough Fight Pilgrim Pipe Line--Please donate to the legal fund


Judge Denies Ramapo Polo Club’s Injunction Against Ramapoughs--December 22, 2017

Eyewitness News Report--December 10, 2017

Ramapough Continue Standing Rock June 1- 2017

Mahwah, NJ Town Orders Tribe to Take Down Teepees--May 12, 2017

Ramapoughs vs. the World, NY Times Article--April 14, 2017

Time to Tell the Truth About the Ramapough--April 9, 2017

Targeting of Ramapough by Town of Mahwah--December 29, 2016

 Ramapough Lunaape gather in Mahwah to Stand With Standing Rock--December 8, 2016

 Strangers on the Mountain--New Yorker Article--March 2010


Ramapough Nation Web Site

Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp Facebook Page

The Jackson-Whites Story

Wikipedia Article on Ramapough

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