Patawomeck Indian Tribe of Virginia

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Patawomeck Annual Craft Show

Saturday, October 24, 2020

Patawomeck Tribal Center

9:00am-3:00pm

OUTDOOR EVENT

Tickets: Free Admission

 

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CHIEF

Chief Charles "Bootsie" Bullock

215 Chapel Green Road

Fredericksburg, VA 22405
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540-834-9620 

 

TREASURER

Price Jett

638 Kings Highway

Fredericksburg, VA 22405
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804-467-0897 

 

HISTORIAN / MEMBERSHIP

Patricia Reedy

P.O. Box 7665

Fredericksburg, VA 22404
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. TO TRIBAL COUNCIL

Minnie Lightner

1416 Brent Street

Fredericksburg, VA 22401
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540-842-0501 

 

PATAWOMECK TRIBAL CENTER

638 Kings Highway

Fredericksburg, VA 22405
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638 Kings Highway

Fredericksburg, Virginia 22405

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Welcome to the Patawomeck Tribal Center!

Thanks to the tireless efforts of tribal members and the Stafford County Board of Supervisor’s vote on June 4, 2019, the Patawomeck Indian Tribe of Virginia has leased a portion of the Little Falls Farm land (17 acres) and the 3,000 square foot house which many people know as the former home of the late Duff Green. But what you may not know is that our ancestors owned this very land for many years before it was eventfully transferred to other owners, ending with the Green family. The original structure was destroyed by fire in the 19th century, but as a result of meticulous documentation, we know the subsequent house (what you see before you today) was rebuilt on the same foundation. The Tribal Center is the site of the Museum and Cultural Center. The outdoor living history village and indigenous gardens will be spread out within the 17 acres. If you would like to learn more about the storied history of the property, click here to read the article, Patawomeck Connections to Our New Home of "Little Falls," written by William L. "Night Owl Deyo, Patawomeck Tribal Historian Emeritus.

“The cultural village and museum will be larger than Jamestown’s exhibition. The living history villages will have historical interpreters, tents, hide-tanning areas, tribal members working on fish nets, cooking venison and fish.”

 

 

Tribal members have been working hard to

Restore Our Ancestral Home!

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