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** VIEW THE LATEST RECORDING OF CHIEF BROWN **
"The Drum is the Heartbeat of Life" address by Chief Wayne Brown.
Hampton Heritage Day, Ft. Monroe, VA April 12th, 20014
The Meherrin people were asked to join in commemorating the melding of Native American, European and African cultures and traditions that have come together to shape our community.
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MIRROR 1
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PICTURES FROM THIS EVENT ARE HERE

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The Meherrin Nation (Tribe), is a State Recognized Tribe of Native Americans in North Carolina.

To this day, we have remained in small communities near the North Carolina and Virginia border, primarily in Hertford County, NC

Meherrin people refer to ourselves as Kauwets'a:ka, meaning "People of the Water."  We are an Iroquois nation- close relatives of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Confederacy) with whom we share deep historical and cultural ties.  Please explore our website and learn about our rich culture and unique history

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