The Mashantucket Pequots are an Eastern Woodland people with its traditional homelands in what is now known as Southeastern Connecticut having endured centuries of conflict, survival and continuity on and around one of America's oldest Indian reservations, established in 1666. The fox stands as a vigilant reminder of the turbulent times when the Pequot adopted the name, which remains today, The Fox People. As the first native people within the borders of the continental United States to…
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Standing Holy, the daughter of the medicine man Sitting Bull.
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An Algonquin native in full ceremonial dress
The Eastern Band of Cherokee, which is the only tribe in North Carolina that is recognized by the federal government, is located in western North Carolina in our traditional homelands. Our Tribe consists of approximately 14,000 enrolled members and holds 56,000 acres for our Qualla Boundary.