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With Fed Recognition In Sight, Pamunkey Chief Says ‘No Comments, Please!’
Last week, ICTMN reported that Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn announced the Pamunkey Indian Tribe is one step closer to becoming the first tribe from Virginia to be federally recognized. Though this announcement is a good sign for the Pamunkey, there are still a few more steps for the Pamunkey to take and Federal Recognition for the tribe is not 100 percent guaranteed.

THANKING GOD FOR THISWe’ve come a longgg way. Still a ways to go but big changes are coming.
  1. nativeamericannews:

    With Fed Recognition In Sight, Pamunkey Chief Says ‘No Comments, Please!’

    Last week, ICTMN reported that Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn announced the Pamunkey Indian Tribe is one step closer to becoming the first tribe from Virginia to be federally recognized. Though this announcement is a good sign for the Pamunkey, there are still a few more steps for the Pamunkey to take and Federal Recognition for the tribe is not 100 percent guaranteed.



    THANKING GOD FOR THIS

    We’ve come a longgg way. Still a ways to go but big changes are coming.

  1. 11 notesTimestamp: Sunday 2014/01/26 22:01:46Via: nativeamericannews
  1. amethyst-irises reblogged this from nativeamericannews and added:
    YAY VIRGINIA FEDERAL RECOGNITION IS THAT MUCH CLOSER FOR THEM
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  3. jbradd reblogged this from nativeamericannews and added:
    THANKING GOD FOR THIS We’ve come a longgg way. Still a ways to go but big changes are coming.
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