Pause in Blog

Whether permanent or not, this blog is now combined with my other one Alchemy of Clay. http://blackmtnbarb.blogspot.com/
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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Chapter three Native American roots



Thelma Dennis, Pocahontas Cook, Walter Bradby(?)
Pamunkey Tribe
Richmond, Virginia, c.1920
Virginia Historical Society, Foster Collection # 27610



 

Nansemond Pow Wow dancer



Nansemonds and Suffolk city council work on terms for Mattanock Town project







SUFFOLK VA:The city and the Nansemond Indian Tribal Association have signed an agreement that clears the way for the transfer of city park land to the tribe for an Indian cultural center and tourist attraction.
The signing was announced by the city late Thursday. The agreement broke a deadlock that threatened the tribe's plans to build Mattanock Town, a replica Indian village on 71 acres in city-owned Lone Star Lakes Park.
The city's announcement said keys to the property were handed to tribal leaders following the signing.
Going back in earlier articles shows the efforts that have taken place since the town agreed to the idea proposed by the Nansemonds.





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