Patawomeck Indian Tribe of Virginia

Upcoming Events

All Tribal Meetings are at:

Bethel Baptist Church

1193 White Oak Road

Fredericksburg, Va. 22405

 

Meeting time 2PM on Sunday

 

JULY MEETING CANCELLED

 

September 13

October 18

November 8

 

 

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Chief Charles "Bootsie" Bullock

215 Chapel Green Road
Fredericksburg, VA 22405
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540-834-9620 

 

TREASURER

Price Jett

38 Dove Lane

Fredericksburg, VA 22405

 

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Patricia Reedy
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PO Box 7665
Fredericksburg, VA 22404

 

Administrative Asst. to Tribal Council

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540-842-0501
1416 Brent Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Research Links

Here you will find links to outside research at the Smithsonian,

College of William & Mary, and other Internet resources.

A visual compilation of Virginia historical highway markers which relate to Native American history

Patawomeck Indian VA Historical Highway Markers

 

Archeological Exploration of Patawomeke Indian Town Site

Excavations by Judge William J. Graham and by T. Dale Stewart of the U.S. National Museum/Natural History from 1935 to 1940 at Potomac Neck in Stafford County, Virginia

 

 

Archaeological_specimens_from_New_England containing info on Rappahannock Indians
This series of INDIAN NOTES AND MONOGRAPHS is devoted primarily to the publication of the results of studies by members of the staff of the Museum of the American Indian & the Heye Foundation


American_Anthropologist Jan_Mar 1907_Virginia Indians the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association. recordings and exhibits.

 

 

 

The History and Present State of Virginia in 4 Parts

Online transcription of 1705 book written by Robert Beverly.

 

 

 

 

The General History of Virginia and New England


Online transcription of 1607 book written by Captain John Smith

 

 

 

The Algonquian Terms Patawomeke [Potomac]

1901 study of Algonquian words and place-names by William W. Tooker

 

 

 

Archaeological Report from College of William & Mary

Archaeologists from the William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research revisited the Potomac Creek site in 1996-7 with support from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources .

 

The Watermen of White Oak & The Patawomeck Tribe