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First American Heritage Month Celebration

Old Dominion University's Office of Intercultural Relations presents the First American Heritage Month Celebration on November 1, 2012 from 11:00am-3:00pm.

Performance: 12:30pm-1:30pm

Performances, tribal information and vendor stations featuring: Chief Lynette Allston of the Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia; Jesse Bass, Council Member and Event Coordinator for the Nansemond Indian Tribal Association and drumkeeper for Full Circle Singers; and Melissa DeSantis of the Lakota Sioux, from Pine Ridge South Dakota

Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia

Prior to 1607, several distinct groups of Iroquoian speaking native people, including the Nottoway Indians, lived in the Virginia-North Carolina coastal plain. In Virginia, there are three Native American linguistic groups - Algonquin, Siouan and

Iroquoian. The Nottoway Indians are a Southern Iroquoian tribe and are citizen Indians with a rich past and a proud future.


Contact Information

Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia

Community House and Interpretive Center

23186 Main Street. PO Box 246

Capron, VA 23929




For more info please contact OIR at (757)683-4406, oir@odu.edu, or visit our website at odu.edu/oir.

Thu, 11/1/2012 11:00am - 3:00pm


Webb University Ctr.

North Mall