Michigan Native American Tribes

Posted By Paul G July 29th, 2011 Native American Tribes

Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians
523 Ashmun Street Sault Ste. Marie MI 49783
: (906) 635-6050 : (906) 632-6289 Website: http://www.saulttribe.com
Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians
P.O. Box 218 Dorr MI 49323
: (616) 681-8830 : (616) 681-8836 Website: http://www.mbpi.org
Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
7070 East Broadway Road Mt. Pleasant MI 48858
: (989) 775-4000 : (989) 772-3508 Website: http://www.sagchip.org
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians
2605 N.West Bay Shore Drive Peshawbestown MI 49682
: (231) 534-7750 : (231) 534-7010 Website: http://www.gtbindians.org
Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
P.O. Box 249 Watersmeet MI 49969
: (906) 358-4577 : (906) 358-4785 Website: http://www.lvdtribal.com
Bay Mills Indian Community of Michigan
12140 W. Lakeshore Drive Brimley MI 49715
: (906) 248-3241 : (906) 248-3283 Website: http://www.baymills.org
Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians
7500 Odawa Circle Harbor Springs MI 49740
: (231) 242-1401 : (231) 242-1412 Website: http://www.ltbbodawa-nsn.gov
Hannahville Indian Community
N14911 Hannahville B1 Road Wilson MI 49896-9728
: (906) 466-2934 : (906) 466-2933 Website: http://www.hannahville.net
Little River Band of Ottawa Indians
375 River Street Manistee MI 49660-2729
: (231) 723-8288 : (231) 723-3270 Website: http://www.lrboi.com
Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi
2221 - 1 1/2 Mile Road Fulton MI 49052
: (269) 729-5151 : (269) 729-5920 Website: http://www.nhbpi.com
Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
P.O. Box 180 Dowagiac MI 49047
: (269) 782-6323 : (269) 782-9625 Website: http://www.pokagon.com
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community
16429 Beartown Road Baraga MI 49908
: (906) 353-6623 : (906) 353-7540 Website: http://www.kbic-nsn.gov

12 thoughts on “Michigan Native American Tribes

  1. Pam Weible says:

    I am looking for my tribe of Chippewa. I have some history of our family and know that they came from Canada to Michigan.

  2. Teri Hanny says:

    Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial
    P.O. Box 549
    Put-in-Bay , OH 43456
    (419) 285-2184

    June 12, 2012

    Re.: Native American Performers

    I am a volunteer with the National Parks Service at Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial on South Bass Island in Lake Erie. I have been asked to get contact information for registered Native American organizations who may be interested in participating in our International Day of Peace September 21, 2012. We are primarily looking for Native American Drum and Dance performers.

    I have tried to use the powwows.com register to contact individual groups in our area, but much of the contact information failed.

    With the upcoming Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and the Battle of Lake Erie in 2013, as well as our commitment to continued education of our visitors about the times and cultures of the early 1800’s there may be other opportunities in the future for us to contact you as well.

    Please get back to me if you are interested with the name, phone and e-mail of the person we could speak with regarding this issue. Any information or links to Native American cultural performers would be greatly appreciated as well as an idea of costs/fee schedules.

    [email protected]

    Thank you for your time and attention. I look forward to your reply.

    Teri Hanny

  3. Curt Conley says:

    My great gramma Conley was a full blooded Cherokee ! Her maiden name was Mary Elizabeth (Molly) Cheek. She lived in eastern Kentucky all her life! how can i find her heritage(ancestry)?

  4. Patricia Weberman says:

    Does anyone know what tribe lived in the Howell, MI
    Also, looking to find native ancestors.

    Thank you,
    Patricia Weberman

  5. mary Loring says:

    i was told in 2005 that i had a 1/3 of native american in me witch was ojibwa from sauit ste.marie of canada or michigan.I have my grandfather’s name but dont know how to track him down he has passed away in 2005 so i never got to meet him but my mom gave me his name and i tryed to find info out about him but no luck his name was Clarence Crandel. thats all i have for his name i dont have a age but my mom did say he had two sister’s that was still living in sault ste.marie michigan if anyone could send me the info where to look and how to resurch it i would like that thank you so much.

  6. Julie Willis says:

    Looking for info on Charles Foster. Was supposedly born in 1877 in Bay City, MI. Family oral history is that he was half French and half Cree. No info in any Bay City area towns.

  7. elizabeth havener says:

    My paternal grandmother, Sarah Alice Miller of Spring Arbor, Michigan, was descended from Michigan Cherokees, or so she said. She certainly carries Indian facial characteristics, high cheekbones and good nose, so I find it easy to believe she is of Indian blood. Why is there no Cherokee tribe in Michigan, I wonder.

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