The Lenni Lenape didn't have guns. Instead, they would use tomahawks, spears, and bows and arrows. The Lenape didn't hunt mainly for the fur of animals, but mostly for their meat.
The Lenni Lenape would mainly grow the Three Sisters, corn, beans, and squash. these were so popular because they kept the soil fertile which gave them a better chance to successfully grow crops.
The Lenape used a variety of materials for kitchenware. Gourds were hollowed out and dried to be used as spoons or bowls. The Lenape also baskets out of woven material, often coated with clay for insulation so it was used to heat food.
On the lower east side, there was a pond known as the collect pond, which was the local water supply, since ocean water was not drinkable. because it was salty and can cause diseases and deyhdration.
The food of Native Americans is known by many to consist largely of maize, or corn products and meat that they hunted. This would include deer, rabbits, fish and any other animal local to the area they lived in.
Tepees are pointed tent-like American Indian houses, not to be confused with Wigwams, which are small rounded cone-shaped structures with an arched roof made of wooden frames that are covered with woven mats and sheets of birch bark.