The Algonquian language group includes includes tribes that resided along the Eastern coast of the United States. Tribes such as the Powhatans are included in this group and you can learn about them here.
Chippewa (or Ojibway) Indians, a large tribe of the Algonquian language family. When encountered by the French in the 17th century, they lived on the shores of Lakes Huron and Superior, in an area now occupied by parts of Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Ontario. See more »
Illinois Indians, a confederation of tribes of the Algonquian language family. The Indians referred to themselves as Illiniwek, meaning “men” or “people”; Illinois was the French spelling of the name. See more »