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Papunhank was an 18th-century Munsee who converted to Moravian Christianity. Before his conversion to Christianity he had been viewed as a prophet among his people, and his conversion was a major aid to the work of the Moravian missionaries.
- Schutt, Amy C., Peoples of the River Valley: The Odyssey of the Delaware Indians, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007) p. 120
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