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|Extinct as a tribe|
|Regions with significant populations|
|Western Shore of Maryland|
|Related ethnic groups|
The Chaptico were a group of Native Americans who lived along the Western shore of Chesapeake Bay in what is today Maryland. They were loosely dominated by the Patuxent in the pre-colonial time. The Chaptico spoke an Algonquian language.
- Maryland: A Colonial History p. 22.
- Chaptico, Maryland, a present-day community in the area
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