Meet The American Who Was Revered As The ‘Patron Saint’ Until He Was Canceled

  • The founding of the United States was shaped by inspirational figures authoring remarkable tales long since forgotten — or since erased. Tamanend is one of them.
  • More commonly called King Tammany, or Saint Tammany, he was a 17th-century Lenni Lenape (Delaware) chief who found a friend and ally in English Quaker William Penn — who settled the region in 1682.
  • Tammany was revered as the “Patron Saint of America” by the generation of the Founding Fathers and the patriots who fought, bled and died for the cause of American independence.
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