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Our Heritage Our Land Our People By Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation
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Read the history, experience the struggles, and celebrate the accomplishments of the Occaneechi-Saponi people. From being forced to migrate east nearly one thousand years ago by a powerful enemy to... More > state-recognition; explore the rich heritage and pride of one of North Carolina’s first inhabitants.< Less
Our Heritage Our Land Our People By Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation
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Read the history, experience the struggles, and celebrate the accomplishments of the Occaneechi-Saponi people. From being forced to migrate east nearly one thousand years ago by a powerful enemy to... More > state-recognition; explore the rich heritage and pride of one of North Carolina’s first inhabitants.< Less
Occaneechi-Saponi 2010 POW WOW CALENDAR
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This calendar explains some of the basic elements of a traditional pow wow as well as showing pictures from the 2009 Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation's 25th Annual Pow Wow. This calendar also... More > includes some of North Carolina's Indian tribes' pow wows dates.< Less
Tutelo (Yesanechi) Etymological Lexicon By William Meuse
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After lying dormant for near 100 years, the Tutelo language (Yesanechi) is once again being revitalised into the 21st century, with considerable interest in exploring the grammar to be found among... More > today's Virginia Natives, as well as others of all backgrounds. Spoken by Siouan tribes in VA and WV between ca. 1270 and 1740, it was also widely used as a trade language by neighboring tribes of other linguistic stocks. Afterward, when the Tutelo joined the Iroquois Confederacy, it continued to be heard in the US and Canada into the 1900s. Tutelo features a rich verbal tense system, adding to evidence that it is probably the oldest member of the Siouan family. This Lexicon is perfect for students wishing to increase vocabulary, as well as those trying to get to the roots of Tutelo. Vol. 2 in the Virginia Language Series.< Less
Tutelo (Yesanechi) Etymological Lexicon By William Meuse
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After lying dormant for near 100 years, the Tutelo language (Yesanechi) is once again being revitalised into the 21st century, with considerable interest in exploring the grammar to be found among... More > today's Virginia Natives, as well as others of all backgrounds. Spoken by Siouan tribes in VA and WV between ca. 1270 and 1740, it was also widely used as a trade language by neighboring tribes of other linguistic stocks. Afterward, when the Tutelo joined the Iroquois Confederacy, it continued to be heard in the US and Canada into the 1900s. Tutelo features a rich verbal tense system, adding to evidence that it is probably the oldest member of the Siouan family. This Lexicon is perfect for students wishing to increase vocabulary, as well as those trying to get to the roots of Tutelo. Vol. 2 in the Virginia Language Series.< Less