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Posted By Paul G August 25th, 2011

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PO Box 2072
Columbia, SC 29202
Phone: 318-POWWOW1 (318-769-9691)


15 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. I have a question, can you tell what region a moccasin shoe is made in? Could you tell if it comes from the West or East etc. just by design or style? I asked because I was a show on crime watch daily, a young woman was found in key West in 1991 on Valentine’s day dead still today a mystery who killed. They feel she is not from the area do to her looks and clothes. She was wearing black leather moccasin boots with a kind of orange stiching and a teal blue design on top of foot, ankle high. If they could find the region the moccasins were made in might help a family get back a loved one.

  2. Anita Walter says:

    Hello! I’m Anita Walter and I am a direct descendant of Chief Powhatan/Pocahontas and I want to contact the Powhatan Renape Indian Nation regarding tribal enrollment but I cannot actually get a hold of their up to date contact information. A few years back, the Powhatan Renape Indian Nation were relocated from their home on the Rancocus Indian Reservation but where they were relocated to and their contact information are unknown to me at this time. I have tried calling them at two phone numbers and sending emails to two email addresses but all of their contact information that is available is out dated and is from their old address on the Rancocus Indian Reservation. On the Powhatan Renape Nation’s website it states on the home page that the tribe continues to thrive and pass on the Powhatan Culture to the next generation in their new location, however as I mentioned earlier this new location is unknown to me at this time. If you have any idea or knowledge of them whatsoever and their contact information, or if you know anybody who you think might know please do not hesitate to let me know. I have already traced and proved my ancestry all the way back to Pocahontas’s grandparents and I desperately want to reconnect with my ancestor’s people. I am also of Cherokee descent through several blood lines from Kentucky, and possibly Tennessee. I appreciate your help and time. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon! Thank you!

  3. Chihene nde non-profit group of New mexico
    Is not welcome ……at the Chiricahua apache Mimbreno Nde nation Powowow event in Calif, and refuse to approval to the event
    this is a inter tribal event..the police will remove them from this event {The nation has the right to refuse service ) to this group. and face a common law { Lien down of 1 / million } from this International common Law frist nation

    Ctrbal Chief / Runningwolf

  4. Maja Milanovic says:

    I am Maja Milanovic from YYZ Translation agency based in Toronto. We are looking for translators or native speakers of the following languages:
    Choctaw, Apache, Inuktitute, Navajo, Ojibwe, Lutshootseed, Seneca and Lakota.
    I will really appreciate if you can help me to find speakers of any of these languages and we would set up a stable cooperation with them and pay for the service, of course.
    [email protected]

  5. Daryl Porn says:

    Thank you for all the information you provide. I was wondering if you have any info on tribes in CT. RI I know there is one tribe in Norwich CT there tribes land is there.

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