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The Matapeake were a group of Native Americans living on Kent Island, Maryland at the time of English colonization in 1631. Their chief village was on the southeast side of the island. They were an Algonquian-language tribe and were related to the Nanticoke, another Algonquian-language tribe.
Matapeake, Maryland, a small unincorporated town in Maryland, was named for the Matapeake.
- Scharf, John Thomas (1879). History of Maryland from the Earliest Period to the Present Day. Baltimore, MD: John B. Piet. p. 137.
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