Indians have lived in the area now known as Virginia for
thousands of years. Their histories, ancestral connections, and traditions are
intertwined with the 6,000 square miles of Tidewater land the Algonquian-speaking Indians of
Virginia called Tsenacomoco. The
early inhabitants of Virginia were hunter-gatherers who followed the migratory
patterns of animals. Over time, and as the region warmed, they settled into towns along riverbanks and
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