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Posted By Paul G August 25th, 2011 Last Updated on: August 15th, 2020

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  1. Hi,

    My name is Becca Hastings, I am a Casting Producer with the Rescue Agency in San Diego, CA. We are casting a project for a new brand and are looking for authentic Native American / Indigenous talent in the southern California region. We are not looking for seasoned actors, but real people who would be comfortable on camera. This is a paid project, the rate is $1,200 for a day of work ($600/session + $600/usage rights).

    The brand that we will be working with is called Next Legends, they are a new Native American brand that aims to encourage Native teens and young adults to live a tobacco free lifestyle (except for in regards to religious or ceremonial use).

    I would love to send you more information on this project in the hopes that you would be willing to share it with your resources and potentially on your website. Please let me know if this sounds like something you might be willing to share.

    Thank you for your time.

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  3. Chris R says:

    Hello Mr. Jones,

    Thank you for the great job at the CCBC pow wow. I have volunteered at the event a few times to help my close friend Alex Gladis. 

    I am writing to ask if you know where/if a family tree type of documentation of Chipewa people may exists. I am helping a friend do research of his ancestry. He has two female realatives known to be Chieftains. One was named Celcilia and has a book written about her. My friend has done research but is challenged to find more information.

    Any contacts, resources, or local site information would be appreciated.

    Thank you,


    Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

  4. Maria Matus says:

    How do I unsubscribe, please?
    This website does not have an unsubscribe button to click. It should be included like in all other websites.
    Please unsubscribe me.
    Thank you.

      • Sir, Joe Biden is possibly the WORST thing that could ever happen to our Indian population.
        Have you not learned anything about letting the American government take care of you ? They have raped your rights and did their best to starve you out of existence.
        Mr Trump is an arrogant ass with a loud mouth but at least he wants the best for all the people.
        Doesn’t matter much if they are Dems or Republican. If they are offering opportunity and not handouts then it’s up to you as an individual to take advantage of the opportunity and do something for yourself.
        Be responsible for your own destiny like our ancestors were and not a people of charity.
        Lead the way and quit following along like a subject owned by Joe Biden !

  5. Deon Goodgain says:

    I need help putting together a Bill something to put on the bill so that native Americans get 33% of all land sales

  6. Raynaldo Medina says:

    How would i find out if i have Indian blood my grandma was Indian my fathers mother and if i am who can tell me i would appreciate it very well my name is raynaldo Medina my dad’s full name was santos Salazar medina.please help me with this.thank you so mush MyGod bless you

  7. 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.

  8. 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!

  9. 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

  10. 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]

  11. 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.

  12. amy j cassidy says:

    WE are in search of a Pow Wow group to perform at our county fair in July, are there any groups that do this kind of thing? If so can you please email me contact information. [email protected]

  13. Aiyana Graham says:

    Hi guys I’m 10 yrs old and I just was crowned little miss Edisto or Kusso Natchez Princess I danced very hard and professionally so I just wanted u guys to know thx.

  14. Tatyana Vivica says:

    I am in need of help with my senior project. I live in Willits Ca (95490) I am from Sherwood Valley Band Of The Pomo Indians and would like to inform the willits people about us Native Americans I am looking for Guest Speakers, Elders, and Dancers of All Kinds!! My Idea was to have workshops at My school (Willits High School) and at the end of the day have an Innertribal/ friendship dance including lunch (indian tacos) if you can help me in anyway that would be so awesome!!!!! Thank you all so much in advance!
    contact me @
    Cell: 707-513-7249
    Email: [email protected]
    Instagram: tatyana.vivica

  15. Kimberly Smith says:

    I am Cherokee Indiana want be part of gathering and stay in touch with my people.

    • I just posted a letter wanting to talk to someone about our family. I cannot begin to tell u how many years ago that the Lady Chief came to our town ( DeQuincy , La. ) about signing up.

      We have all of our heritage information, pictures, dates, marriages, children from marriages and deaths. I know there is a lot more on this form. We were told where to go and sign up . In fact the man happened to live right down street from me.

      We do have the proof of belonging to the Cherokee Tribe. I cut out the newspaper articles where the meeting hall office was. My husband took me up to see Chief Womack about 1-2 years ago . She asked me if I ever got any of the monthly newsletters. I had no idea what she was talking about. She asked if I ever received a card and showed me hers- no. She looked in the roll book and of course the people I named were not listed. She started saying that they could have been in the fire.
      She went on to explain that in January ? Their was going to be a tribal meeting ( I think in Washington) this was to decide if to keep the roll books open or to close them.
      I left my name ,address,ph number along with the e- mail address. Today at this date, I have yet to hear anything from anyone.

      I along with the rest of the group feel like we have been tossed to the wind. We paid the first $25.00 For each of our family member , never receiving any newsletters where we were to continue paying this yearly. I told her we would have gladly sent this in and helped out in anyway we could,but to no avail. We saw where they are trying to build a new building down the road.
      Please excuse my spelling as I only have partial sight in one eye.

      If someone could give me a proper answer as to why we can not be excepted. This classifying us as Indian when they ask our children in schools, also when we buy license plates.
      Our family in starting out would be more than happy to work concession stands, be runners if need be. I think I have said all I can now maybe u can reply to me.

      Joan Van Aernam
      POBox 147 DeQuincy, la.
      [email protected]

    • christopher g wren says:

      I see this post from last year. Not sure if you are in INDIANA , or if you are saying you are Cherokee Indian. We have a PowWow in DAYTON Tennessee, 231 chickamauga Drive, Point Park. September 9-10-2017

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