List of unrecognized tribes


List of unrecognized tribes

Unrecognized tribes are those domestic Native American Heritage Groups that are not recognized by the federal government (through the Bureau of Indian Affairs) or state government in the United States.

List of unrecognized tribes

Following is a list of groups known to self-identify as tribes which have not been recognized by either the Bureau of Indian Affairs or by one of the states. __NOTOC__ListByUSStateTOC
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Alabama

*Cherokee Nation of Alabama. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/16/1999. LIST OF PETITIONERS BY STATE (as of February 15, 2007) (Accessible as of November 16, 2007 [http://www.doi.gov/bia/off_fed_acknowledg/petitionerxstate_021507.pdf here] )]
*Cherokee River Indian Community. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/03/2000. Receipt of Petition 08/03/2000. [http://www.fws.gov/policy/library/00fr76662a.pdf Receipt of Petitions for Federal Acknowledgment of Existence as an Indian Tribe (65 FR 76663)] ]
*Cherokees of Southeast Alabama.cite web |url=http://nearsbdc.uah.edu/procurement/tribesrecognized.htm|author=NEAR Small Business Development Center|title=Tribes Recognized by the State of Alabama|accessdate=2007-09-10] "State-Tribal Relations: Indian Tribe States," ncls.org, (2007) National Council of State Legislatures (Accessible as of April 8, 2008 [http://www.ncsl.org/programs/statetribe/tribes.htm here] )] cite web|url=http://500nations.com/tribes/Tribes_Petitions.asp|author=500nations.com|title=Petitions for Federal Recognition|accessdate=2007-09-07] cite web |url=http://www.hanksville.org/sand/contacts/tribal/index.html|author=Karen M. Strom|title=A Line in the Sand: Contact Information for the Tribes of the United States and Canada|accessdate=2007-09-10] Letter of Intent to Petition 05/27/1988; certified letter returned marked "deceased" 11/5/1997.
*Coweta Creek Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 2/12/2003.
*Eagle Bear Band of Free Cherokeescite web|url=http://www.kstrom.net/isk/maps/tribesnonrec.html|title=U.S. Federally Non-Recognized Indian Tribes|author=Troy Johnson] cite web|url=http://www.manataka.org/page237.html|title=U.S. Federally Non-Recognized Tribes|]
*The Langley Band of the Chickamogee Cherokee Indians of the Southeastern United States. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/20/1994; Postal service certified letter returned 11/5/1997.
*Phoenician Cherokee II - Eagle Tribe of Sequoyah. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/18/2001.
*Principal Creek Indian Nation East of the Mississippi. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/09/1971. Declined to Acknowledge 06/10/1985 50 FR 14302; certified letter returned "not known" 10/1997.
*Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe, Inc. of Florida. Also in Florida.

Alaska

*Chilkoot Kaagwaantaan Clan.cite web |url=http://500nations.com/tribes/Tribes_Petitions.asp|author=500nations.com|title=Petitions for Federal Recognition|accessdate=2007-09-07] Letter of Intent to Petition 4/22/1997.
*Five Landless Alaska Tlingit communities. These Tlingit communities were omitted from the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and received neither land nor subsistence rights under the Act. [cite web|url=http://cooday8.tripod.com/landless-tlingits.htm|author=Jesse Cooday|title=http://cooday8.tripod.com/landless-tlingits.htm|accessdate=2007-08-29]
*Katalla-Chilkat Tlingit Tribe of Alaska. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/02/1995; certified letter returned by P.O. 10/1997.
*Knugank. Letter of Intent to Petition 1/7/1999.
*Qutekcak Native Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 2/13/2002. Receipt of Petition 2/13/2002. [http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2003/03-6659.htm Receipt of Petitions for Federal Acknowledgment of Existence as an Indian Tribe (68 FR 13724)] ]
*Tsimshian Tribal Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/02/1978. This may be a splinter group off of Metlakatla Indian Community of Annette Island Reserve, a Federally-recognized Native Alaskan Village.

Arizona

*Barrio Pascua - a village of Yaqui on the Arizona-Mexico border region. [cite book | title = The Yaquis: A Celebration | author=H. S. Choate | url = http://www.uapress.arizona.edu/books/BID1160.htm | date= 1997]

Arkansas

Nearly all the unrecognized tribes in Arkansas have been accused as "Suspected Fraudulent Organizations" by the American Indian Heritage Support Center.
*The Arkansas Band of Western Cherokee (formerly Western Arkansas Cherokee Tribe). Letter of Intent to Petition 04/07/1998.
*Arkansas White River Cherokee (a.k.a. Chickamauga Cherokee Nation - White River Band (I)). Letter of Intent to Petition 10/22/2003. There are also Chickamauga Cherokee Nation - White River Band (II) and (III) in Oklahoma.
*Central Tribal Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/21/2003. Receipt of Petition 01/21/2003.
*Cherokee Nation West of Missouri & Arkansas (formerly Cherokee Nation West - Southern Band of the Eastern Cherokee Indians of Arkansas and Missouri). Letter of Intent to Petition 5/11/1998. Also in Missouri.
*Cherokee-Choctaw Nation of St. Francis & Black Rivers. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/01/2006.
*Lost Cherokee of Arkansas & Missouri. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/10/1999; letter returned, marked “in dispute” between two different addresses. [http://www.lost-cherokee.com website]
*Northern Cherokee Tribe of Indians of Missouri and Arkansas. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/26/1985. Also in Missouri.
*The Old Settler Cherokee Nation of Arkansas. Letter of Intent to Petition 9/17/1999.
*Ozark Mountain Cherokee Tribe of Arkansas and Missouri. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/19/1999. Receipt of Petition 10/19/1999. Also in Missouri.
*Revived Ouachita Indians of Arkansas and America. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/25/1990.
*Sac River and White River Bands of the Chickamauga-Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri Inc. (formerly Northern Chickamauga Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri) Letter of Intent to Petition 09/05/1991. Also in Missouri.
*Western Cherokee of Arkansas/Louisiana Territories. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/05/2001. Also in Missouri.
*Western Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/01/1998.. Also in Missouri.

California

*Alexander Valley Mishewal Wappo
*Amah Mutsun Band of Ohlone/Costanoan Indians (formerly Amah Band of Ohlone/Costanoan Indians). Letter of Intent to Petition 09/18/1990. [cite news|title=The key: Petition No. 120|publisher=Gilroy Dispatch|date=December 13, 2004|accessdate=2007-09-01|author=Serdar Tumgoren|url=http://www.gilroydispatch.com/news/contentview.asp?c=135197] [cite web|url=http://www.islaiscreek.org/ohlonehistcultfedrecog.html| title=The Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area|author= Rosemary Cambra (Tribal Chair), et al.|accessdate=2007-09-01]
*Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee. Letter of Intent to Petition. Also in Missouri.
*Ani Yvwi Yuchi. Letter of Intent to Petition 7/31/1996.
*Antelope Valley Paiute Tribe (aka Antelope Valley Indian Community). Letter of Intent to Petition 07/09/1976.
*Atahun Shoshones of San Juan Capistrano
*Barbareno/Ventureno Band of Mission Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/17/2002. Receipt of Petition 01/17/2002.
*Big Meadows Lodge Tribe
*Calaveras County Band of Miwuk Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/31/2001.
*California Indian Council/Lulapin
*Callattakapa Choctaw Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/13/2004.
*Calusa-Seminole Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/28/1998.
*Cherokee Nation Heritage Organization of California
*Chilula Tribe
*The Chiricahua Tribe of California. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/24/2003.
*Choctaw Allen Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/20/2003.
*Choinumni Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/14/1988. Certified letter undeliverable 10/1997
*Chukchansi Yokotch Tribe of Mariposa CA. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/25/1993.
*Chukchansi Yokotch Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/09/1985; Letter of Intent withdrawn 9/6/2000.
*Chumash Council of Bakersfield. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/18/2005.
*Coastal Band of Chumash. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/25/1982.
*Coastal Gabrieleno Diegueno Band of Mission Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 3/18/1997.
*Coastanoan Band of Carmel Mission Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/16/1988.
*Colfax Todds Valley Consolidated Tribes
*Confederation of Aboriginal Nations
*Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/24/1994.
*Costanoan Tribe of Santa Cruz and San Juan Bautista Missions. Letter of Intent to Petition 5/11/1999; Letter of Intent withdrawn 5/10/2000.
*Costoanoan Ohlone Rumsen-Mutsen Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/07/1994.
*Digueno Band of San Diego Mission Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/15/2003.
*The Displaced Elem Lineage Emancipated Members (aka DELEMA). Letter of Intent to Petition 05/11/1998.
*Dumna-Wo-Wah Tribal Government (formerly Dumna Tribe of Millerton Lake). Letter of Intent to Petition 01/22/2002. Receipt of Petition 01/22/2002 as "Dumna Tribal Council."
*Dunlap Band of Mono Indians (aka Mono Tribal Council of Dunlap). Letter of Intent to Petition 01/04/1984. Letter of Intent withdrawn 7/2/2002; Letter of Intent to Petition 8/9/2005.
*Eshom Valley Band of Michahai and Wuksachi. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/24/2005.
*Esselen/Coastanoan Tribe of Monterey County" (formerly "Esselen Tribe of Monterey Council). Letter of Intent to Petition 11/16/1992; withdrawn 11/15/1996.
*Fernandeno/Tataviam Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/24/1995.
*Gabrieleno Band of Mission Indians of California. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/03/1998. Recognized only as Band of the state-recognized Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe.
*Gabrielino/Tongva Indians of California Tribal Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/14/1997. Recognized only as Band of the state-recognized Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe.
*Gabrielino/Tongva Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/21/1994. Recognized only as Band of the state-recognized Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe.
*Honey Lake Maidu. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/01/2000. Receipt of Petition 06/01/2000.
*Hownonquet Community Association
*Indian Canyon Band of Coastanoan/Mutsun Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/09/1989.
*Independence 14 (Miranda Allotment)
*Indian Cultural Organization
*Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation (II). Letter of Intent to Petition 3/8/1996. Decline to Acknowledge 12/03/2007 (72 FR 67951). State-recognized Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation (I) also exists.
*Kawaiisu Tribe of the Tejon Indian Reservationhttp://www.hcd.ca.gov/fa/cdbg/funds/gna/Native_American_NOFA.doc]
*Kern Valley Indian Community. [May be the same as another undocumented unrecognized tribe Rio Bravo Indian Rancheria, located near Bakersfield, California] Letter of Intent to Petition 02/27/1979.
*Konkow Valley Band of Maidu. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/20/1998.
*Maidu Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 1/6/1977
*Melochundum Band of Tolowa Indians
*Mishkanaka (Chumash)
*Miwok Tribe
*Monachi Indian Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/14/2004.
*Mono Lake Indian Community. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/09/1976.
*Muwekma Ohlone Tribe (formerly Ohlone/Costanoan Muwekma Tribe aka Muwekma Indian Tribe: Costanoan/Ohlone Indian Families of the San Francisco Bay). Letter of Intent to Petition 05/09/1989. Declined to Acknowledge 9/17/2002 (67 FR 58631); decision effective 12/16/2002.
*Nashville Eldorado Miwok Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/09/2004.
*Nor-Rel-Muk Nation (formerly Hayfork Band; formerly Nor-El-Muk Band of Wintu Indians). Letter of Intent to Petition 01/05/1984.
*North Fork Band of Mono Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/07/1983.
*North Valley Yokut Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/22/2000. Receipt of Petition 09/22/2000.
*Northern Band of Mono-Yokuts. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/22/2006.
*Northern Maidu Maidu Tribe
*Northfolk Band of Mono Indians
*Ohlone/Costanoan - Esselen Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/03/1992.
*Paskenta Band of Momlaki Indians
*Rancho San Timoteo Band of Serrano Indians
*San Cayetano Band of Cahuilla Indians or the Montoya Band of Cahuilla Indians
*Salinan Nation (aka Salinan Chumash Nation). Letter of Intent to Petition 10/10/1989.
*Salinan Tribe of Monterey & San Luis Obispo Counties. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/13/1993.
*San Fernando Band of Mission Indians (formerly Ish Panesh United Band of Indians; formerly Oakbrook Chumash People aka Ish Panesh Band of Mission Indians, Oakbrook Park Chumash). Letter of Intent to Petition 05/25/1995.
*San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/18/1984.
*Shasta Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/28/1982.
*She-Bel-Na Band of Mendocino Coast Pomo Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/01/2006.
*Sierra Foothill Wuksachi Yokuts Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/11/1999.
*Southern Sierra Miwuk Nation (formerly American Indian Council of Mariposa County aka Yosemite). Letter of Intent to Petition 04/24/1982. [cite news|publisher=United States National Park Service | date=October 17, 1997|accessdate=2007-09-01|title=Traditional use agreement signed between Yosemite National Park and American Indian Council of Mariposa County] cite |url=http://www.ceres.ca.gov/snep/pubs/web/PDF/VII_C10.PDF|author=Linda A Reynolds|title=The role of Indian tribal governments and communities in regional land management|publisher=United States Geological Survey|date=1996|accessdate=2007-09-04]
*Tehatchapi Tribe of the Tejon Reservation
*Tejon Indian Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/27/2000. Receipt of Petition 10/27/2000.
*Tinoqui-Chalola Council of Kitanemuk and Yowlumne Tejon Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/16/1996.
*Tolowa Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/31/1983.
*Tolowa-Tututni Tribe. Also in Oregon.
*Toulumne Algerine Band of Yokut. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/23/2006.
*Traditional Choinuymni Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/29/2000. Receipt of Petition 03/29/2000.
*T'Si-akim Maidu. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/16/1998.
*Tsnungwe Council (aka South Fork Hupa). Letter of Intent to Petition 09/22/1992.
*United Hourma Nation, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 3/22/1994. [May be the same as the United Houma Nation, Inc., a tribe recognized by the State of Louisiana.]
*United Lumbee Nation of North Carolina and America. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/28/1980; Declined to Acknowledge 07/02/1985 (50 FR 18746). Also in North Carolina.
*United Maidu Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/06/1977.
*Wadatkuht Band of the Northern Paiutes of the Honey Lake Valley. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/26/1995.
*Washoe/Paiute of Antelope Valley. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/09/1976.
*Winnemem Band of Wintun (aka Toyon Wintun, Inc.)
*Wintoon Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/26/1984; certified letter returned by P.O. 10/1997.
*The Wintoon Tribe of Northern California, Inc.. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/27/2005.
*Wintu Indians of Central Valley, California. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/26/1984; certified letter returned by P.O. 10/1997.
*Wintu of Shasta-Toyon
*Wintu Tribe of Northern California. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/25/1993.
*Woodfords Community Council
*Wukchumni Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/22/1988. Certified letter undeliverable 10/1997.
*Xolon Salinan Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/18/2001.
*Yokayo Tribe of Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/09/1987.. Certified letter returned by P.O. 10/1997
*Yosemite Mono Lake Paiute Indian Community. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/06/2005.

Colorado

*Munsee Thames River Delaware. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/22/1977; declined to Acknowledge 01/03/1983 47 FR 50109.
*Council for the Benefit of the Colorado Winnebagoes. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/26/1993; certified letter returned "attempted, not known" 11/5/1997.

Connecticut

*Eastern Pequot Indians of Connecticut. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/28/1978; Reconsidered final determination not to acknowledge became final and effective 10/14/2005.
*Grasmere Band of Wangunk Indians of Glastonbury, Connecticut (formerly the Pequot Mohegan Tribe, Inc.). Letter of Intent to Petition 4/12/1999.
*The Mohegan Tribe & Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/06/1992.
*Native American Mohegans, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 9/19/2002. Receipt of Petition 9/19/2002.
*The Nehantic Tribe and Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 9/5/1997.
*Nipmuc Indian Bands
*Paugussett Tribal Nation of Waterbury, Connecticut. Letter of Intent to Petiton 7/3/2002. Receipt of Petition 7/3/2002.
*Poquonnock Pequot Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 7/7/1999.
*The Southern Pequot Tribe (aka The Southern Pequot Tribal Nation of Waterford). Letter of Intent to Petition 7/7/1998.
*The True Golden Hill Paugussett Tribal Nation (formerly the Golden Hill Paugussett Tribal Nation). Letter of Intent to Petition 02/08/2002. Receipt of Petition 02/08/2002 as "The Golden Hill Paugussett Tribal Nation".
*The Western Pequot Tribal Nation of New Haven. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/27/2000.

Delaware

*Lenape Tribe of Delaware.
*Nanticoke Indian Association. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/08/1978; requested petition be placed on hold 3/25/1989.

Florida

*Apalachicola Band of Creek Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/17/2004
*Choctaws of Florida(aka Hunter Tsalagi Choctaw Tribe). Letter of Intent to Petition 03/02/2005.
*Creeks East of the Mississippi (a.k.a. Principal Creek Indian Nation East of the Mississippi). Letter of Intent to Petition 03/21/1973 (petitioned as part of a State-recognized tribe Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe - East of the Mississippi, Inc., Georgia); declined to Acknowledge 12/21/1981 46 FR 51652, see also 47 FR 14783
*Indian Creek Band, Chickamauga Creek & Cherokee Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/19/2004
*Muscogee Nation of Florida (formerly Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians). Letter of Intent to Petition 06/02/1978; awaiting Active Consideration; all documents have been filed with BAR.
**Creek-Euchee Band of Indians of Florida. Letter of Intent to Petition; Receipt of Petition 11/23/1999. Letter of Intent withdrawn 10/20/2000; merged with Florida Tribe of Eastern Creek Indians
*Oklewaha Band of Yamassee Seminole Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/12/1990.
*Perdido Bay Tribe of Lower Muscogee Creeks
*Seminole Nation of Florida (aka Traditional Seminole). Letter of Intent to Petition 08/05/1983; referred to SOL for determination 5/25/1990.
*Topachula Tribe
*Tuscola United Cherokee Tribe of Florida, Inc. (formerly Tuscola United Cherokees of Florida & Alabama, Inc.). Letter of Intent to Petition 01/19/1979; withdrawn at petitioner's request 11/24/1997; reinstated 2005.
*Wolf Creek Cherokee Tribe, Inc. of Florida. Also in Alabama.

Georgia

*American Cherokee Confederacy
*Cane Break Band of Eastern Cherokees. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/09/1979; rejoined Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokees, Inc. (I), notification 7/16/1997
*Chickamauga Cherokee Band of Northwest Georgia
*Georgia Band of Chickasaw Indians (formerly Mississippi Band of Chickasaw Indians). Letter of Intent to Petition 9/15/1998.
*Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokees, Inc. (II). This is an unrecognized tribe that have the same name as a State-recognized tribe Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokees, Inc. (I).
*Kokeneschv Natchez Nation.
*Manahoac Saponi Nation

*South-Eastern Indian Nation. Incomplete Letter of Intent to Petition 01/05/1996; Incomplete Letter of Intent withdrawn at petitioner’s request 11/10/1997.
*Southeastern Cherokee Confederacy, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/09/1978; Declined to Acknowledge 11/25/1985 (50 FR 39047). Became the American Cherokee Confederacy on 1/31/1996, with a breakaway group Southeastern Cherokee Council forming on the same day.
*Southeastern Cherokee Council.
*Tama Indian Tribe
*The United Creeks of Georgia

*The Yamassee Native American Moors of the Creek Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 4/27/1999.

Idaho

*Delawares of Idaho, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/26/1979. [http://www.thedelawaresofidaho.org website]
*Lemhi-Shoshone Tribes was stripped of recognition in 1907.
*Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation

Illinois

*The People of the Mountains. Letter of Intent 6/3/2004.

Indiana

*Eel River Tribe Inc. of Indiana. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/13/2006.
*Miami Nation of Indians of the State of Indiana, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/02/1980; Declined to Acknowledge 08/17/1992 57 FR 27312.
*Nimkii Band of the United Metis Tribe
*Northern Cherokee Tribe of Indiana. Letter of Intent to Petition 7/26/1985
*Upper Kispoko Band of the Shawnee Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/10/1991; certified letter returned undeliverable 10/30/1997.
*Wea Indian Tribe. Claims re-establishment in 2000
*Wea Indian Tribe of Indiana. Claims re-establishment in 2004 Letter of Intent to Petition 11/29/2006.
*The Zibiodey / River Heart Metis Association/Bandcite web|url=http://500nations.com/500_Tribes.asp|author=500nations.com|title=Nations, Tribes, Bands|accessdate=2008-09-28]

Kansas

*Delaware- Muncie Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/19/1978.
*Kaweah Indian Nation, Inc. Also in North Carolina.
*RedNation of the Cherokee
*Swan Creek & Black River Chippewas.
*United Tribe of Shawnee Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/06/1995.
*Wyandot Nation of Kansas. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/12/1994.

Kentucky

*Ridgetop Shawnee
*Southern Cherokee Nation of Kentucky. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/13/2006.

Louisiana

*Apalachee Indian Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/22/1996.
*Avogel Nation of Louisiana. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/13/2000.
*Avogel, Okla Tasannuk, Tribe/Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/19/2001.
*Avoyel-Kaskaskia Tribe of Louisiana. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/20/2005.
*The Avoyel-Taensa Tribe/Nation of Louisiana Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/09/2003. Receipt of Petition 01/09/2003.
*Kispoko Sept of Ohio Shawnee.
*Talimali Band, The Apalachee Indians of Louisiana (formerly Apalachee Indians of Louisiana). Letter of Intent to Petition 02/05/1996.

Maine

*Maliseet Tribe
*Wesget Sipu Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 6/4/2002. Receipt of Petition 6/4/2002.

Maryland

*Accohannock Indian Tribal Association, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/18/1995.
*Federation: Moorish Science Temple of America, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/23/96; determined ineligible to petition 5/15/1997.
*Piscataway-Conoy Confederacy and Sub-Tribes, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/22/1978.
*Piscataway Indians
*Youghiogaheny River Band Of Shawnee Indians

Massachusetts

*Cowasuck Band-Abenaki People. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/23/1995.
*Federation of old Plimoth Indian Tribes, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/16/2000. Receipt of Petition 05/16/2000.
*Narragansett Tribal of Indians
*New England Coastal Schaghticoke Indian Association and Tribal Council
*Pocasset Wampanoag Indian Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/01/1995
*Quinsigamond Band of the Nipmucs
*Rebel Deaf Panther Tribe International
*United American Indians of New England

Michigan

*Burt Lake Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/12/1985; Declined to acknowledge on 9/21/2006 (71 FR 57995).
*Consolidated Bahwetig Ojibwas and Mackinac Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/04/1979; Postal Service returned certified letter 11/5/1997.
*Genesee Valley Indian Association
*Grand River Bands of Ottawa Indians (formerly Grand River Band Ottawa Council). Letter of Intent to Petition 10/16/1994.
*Gun Lake Village Band of Pottawatomi Indians. Recognized only as part of Match-e-be-nash-she-wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians of Michigan.
*Lake Superior Chippewa of Marquette. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/13/1991.
*Little Owl Band of Central Michigan Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/27/2000.
*Mackinac Bands of Chippewa and Ottawa Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/13/1998.
*Maconce Village Band of Ojibwa. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/07/2000. Receipt of Petition 3/7/2000.
*Maple River Band of Ottawa. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/31/2005.
*Muskegon River Band of Ottawa Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/26/2002. Receipt of Petition 07/26/2002.
*Ooragnak Indian Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/1/1999. Receipt of Petition 12/01/1999.
*Ottawa Colony Band of Grand River Ottawa Indians. Recognized only as part of Match-e-be-nash-she-wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians of Michigan.
*Potawatomi Indians of Indiana and Michigan. Recognized only as part of Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, Michigan and Indiana.
*Swan Creek Black River Confederated Ojibwa Tribes. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/04/1993.
*The Chi-cau-gon Band of Lake Superior Chippewa of Iron County. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/12/1998.
*Wyandot of Anderdon Nation. [ [http://www.wyandot.org/ Wyandot Nation of Kansas Website] regarding members of the reaffirmed "Wendat Confederacy"] Letter of Intent to Petition 01/21/2003. Receipt of Petition 01/21/2003. Also in Ontario.

Minnesota

*Kah-Bay-Kah-Nong (aka "Gabekanaang Anishinaabeg"/Warroad Chippewa), Letter of Intent to Petition 2/12/1979; Postal service returned certified letter 10/30/1997.
*Kettle River Band of the St. Croix Chippewa of Minnesota. Note: this is a Band Statute Village of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.
*Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Community. Letter of Intent to Petition 4/11/1996.
*Ni-Mi-Win Ojibways
*Rice Lake Band of Mississippi Ojibwe. Note: this is a Band Statute Village of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.
*Sandy Lake Band of Mississippi Chippewa, petitioned for independent federal recognition and independent state recognition. Note: this is a Band Statute Village of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.
*Snake and Knife Rivers Band of the St. Croix Chippewa of Minnesota. Note: this is a Band Statute Village of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.
*St. Croix Chippewa of Minnesota. Note: this is a Band Statute Village of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.

Mississippi

*Choctaw Nation Mississippi River ClanFact|date=September 2007
*Grand Village Natchez Indian Tribe
*Vancleave Live Oak Choctaw. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/14/2006.

Missouri

*Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/17/1995. Also in California.
*Cherokee Nation West of Missouri & Arkansas (formerly Cherokee Nation West - Southern Band of the Eastern Cherokee Indians of Arkansas and Missouri). Letter of Intent to Petition 5/11/1998.. Also in Arkansas.
*Chickamauga Cherokee Nation (II). There is also a State-recognized tribe Chickamauga Cherokee Nation (I).
*Chickamauga Cherokee Nation MO/AR White River Band. Also in Oklahoma.
*Dogwood Band of Free Cherokees
*Lost Cherokee of Arkansas & Missouri. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/10/1999; letter returned, marked “in dispute” between two different addresses. Also in Arkansas. [http://www.lost-cherokee.com website]
*Northern Cherokee Nation of the Old Louisiana Territory. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/19/1992.
*Northern Cherokee Tribe of Indians of Missouri and Arkansas. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/26/1985.
*Ozark Mountain Cherokee Tribe of Arkansas and Missouri. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/19/1999. Receipt of Petition 10/19/1999. Also in Arkansas.
*Sac River and White River Bands of the Chickamauga-Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri Inc. (formerly Northern Chickamauga Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri). Letter of Intent to Petition 09/05/1991. Also in Arkansas.
*Saponi Nation of Missouri (Mahenips Band). Letter of Intent to Petition 12/14/1999. Receipt of Petition 12/14/1999. [http://www.saponi.us website]
*Southern Cherokee Indian Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/01/2006.
*Western Cherokee.
*Western Cherokee of Arkansas/Louisiana Territories. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/05/2001.. Receipt of Petition 10/05/2001. Also in Arkansas.
*Western Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/01/1998.. Also in Arkansas.
*The Wilderness Tribe of Missouri. Letter of Intent to Petition 8/16/1999.

Montana

*Ahon-to-ays Ojibwa Band (aka Rocky Boy Ojibway Band). Incomplete letter of Intent to Petition 2/1/1996.
*Swan Creek & Black River Chippewa

Nevada

*Pahrump Band of Paiutes, Letter of Intent to Petition 11/9/1987.

New Hampshire

*Abenaki Indian Center, Inc.
*Abenaki Nation of New Hampshire
*Pennacook New Hampshire Tribe

New Jersey

*The Ancient Boii Tribe-Clovis, Paleo BoiiFact|date=September 2007
*Cherokee Nation of New Jersey.
*Osprey Band of Free Cherokees
*Sand Hill Band of Indians (aka Sand Hill Band of Lenape and Cherokee Indians). Letter of Intent to Petition 01/09/2007.
*Taino Jatibonucú Tribe of Puerto Rico.
*Taino Tribal Council (Jatibonuco)
*Unalachtigo Band of Nanticoke Lenni Lenape Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 2/1/2002.

New Mexico

*Canoncito Band of Navajos, petitioned for independent federal recognition 07/31/1989. Note: this is a Chapter (governing unit) of the Navajo Nation.
*Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe of the Pueblo of San Juan de Guadalupe. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/18/1971.
*Piro/Manso/Tiwa Tribe of Guadalupe Pueblo (aka Tiwa Indian Tribe).. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/17/2002. Receipt of Petition 12/17/2002.

New York

*The Chickamauga Notowega Creeks. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/19/2001.
*Deer Council of Free Cherokees
*Hudson River Band (formerly Konkapot Band, Hudson Valley Band). Letter of Intent to Petition 04/19/2002. Receipt of Petition 04/19/2002.
*Mohawk Nation Akwesasne Mohawk Territory
*Mohawk Reservation
*Montauk Indian Nation (aka Montaukett Indian Nation of New York). Letter of Intent to Petition 07/31/1995.
*Montaukett Tribe of Long Island. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/16/1998.
*Ohatchee Cherokee Tribe of New York and Alabama. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/16/2002. Receipt of Petition 12/16/2002.
*Western Mohegan Tribe & Nation of New York. Letter of Intent to Petition 1/27/1997.

North Carolina

*Cherokee Indians of Hoke County, Inc. (aka Tuscarora Hoke Co.). Letter of Intent to Petition 09/20/1983; determined ineligible to petition (SOL opinion of 10/23/1989).
*Cherokee Indians of Robeson and Adjoining Counties. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/01/1979; determined ineligible to petition (SOL opinion of 10/23/1989).
*Chicora-Siouan Indian People, Letter of Intent to Petition 02/10/1993. Also in South Carolina.
*Coree Indians (aka Faircloth Indians). Letter of Intent to Petition 08/05/1978.
*Cumberland County Association for Indian People
*Eno-Occaneechi Tribe of Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/24/1997.
*Faircloth Indian Tribe
*Four Hole Indian Organization, Letter of Intent to Petition 12/30/1976. Also in South Carolina.
*Guilford Native American Association
*Hattadare Indian Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/16/1979.
*Hatteras-Tuscarora Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/24/1978: determined ineligible to petition (SOL opinion of 10/23/1989). Merged with Tuscarora Nation East of the Mountains, 3/22/2004.
*Hollister - Sapone Indian Tribe
*Kaweah Indian Nation, Inc.. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/28/1980; certified letter returned by P.O. 10/1997; Declined to Acknowledge 06/10/1985 (50 FR 14302). Also in Kansas.
*Indians of Person County (formerly Cherokee-Powhattan Indian Association). Letter of Intent to Petition 09/07/1984.
*Lumbee Tribe of Cheraw Indians
*Meherrin Indian Tribe (II). Letter of Intent to Petition 06/27/1995.:There is a State recognized tribe with the same name, Meherrin Indian Tribe (I).
*Metrolina Native American Association
*The Roanoke-Hatteras Indians of Dare County. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/10/2004.
*Santee Tribe, White Oak Community. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/04/1979
*Santee Tribe
*Summerville Indian Group. Also in South Carolina.
*Tsalagi Nation Early Emigrants 1817. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/30/2002. Receipt of Petition 07/30/2002.
*Tuscarora Indian Tribe (Drowning Creek Reservation). Letter of Intent to Petition 02/25/1981; determined ineligible to petition (SOL opinion of 10/23/1989). Group formally dissolved and Department notified group 02/19/1997.
*Tuscarora Nation of Indians of the Carolinas. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/21/2004.
*Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina. Letter of Intent to Petition 11/19/1985; determined ineligible to petition (SOL opinion of 10/23/1989).
*Tuscarora Nation East of the Mountains. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/08/1999.
*United Lumbee Nation of North Carolina and America, Letter of Intent to Petition 4/28/1980; Denied federal recognition 07/02/1985. Also in California.

North Dakota

*Christian Pembina Chippewa Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 6/26/1984.
*Little Shell Band of the North Dakota Tribe (a.k.a. Little Shell Pembina Band of North America). Letter of Intent to Petition 11/11/1975. This tribe have been accused of being a domestic terrorist organization by the Anti-defamation League.
*Metis Nation of North Dakota an extension of Metis of mixed Native American/Canadian-mainly French European background.

Ohio

*Alleghenny Nation Indian Center (Ohio Band) (I). Letter of Intent to Petition 6/02/2005. May be same as Alleghenny Nation Indian Center (Ohio Band) (II) located 1 mile away.
*Alleghenny Nation Indian Center (Ohio Band) (II). Letter of Intent to Petition 11/03/1979. May be same as Alleghenny Nation Indian Center (Ohio Band) (I) located 1 mile away.
*Chickamauga Keetoowah Unami Wolf Band of Cherokee Delaware Shawnee of Ohio, West Virginia & Virginia. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/28/2006.
*Kispoko Sept of Ohio Shawnee (Hog Creek Reservation).
*Lower Eastern Ohio Mekojay Shawnee. Letter of Intent to Petition 3/5/2001.
*Mekoce Shawnee.
*Morning Star Shawnee Nation.
*North Eastern U.S. Miami Inter-Tribal Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/09/1979.
*Notoweega Nation.
*Pine Hill Saponi Tribal Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/1/2002.
*Piqua Sept of Ohio Shawnee Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/16/1991.
*Saponi Nation of Ohio. Letter of Intent to Petition 9/25/1997.
*Shawnee Nation, Ohio Blue Creek Band of Adams County. Letter of Intent to Petition 8/5/1998.
*Tutelo Nahyssan Tribal Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 7/27/2005.

Oklahoma

*Arapaho Tribe of Oklahoma. Currently recognized only as part of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma
*Arebeka Tribal TownFact|date=September 2007
*Cataba Tribal Association
*Chickamauga Cherokee Nation MO/AR White River Band. Also in Missouri.
*Chickamauga Cherokee Nation White River Band (II). There are also Chickamauga Cherokee Nation White River Band (I) in Arkansas and Chickamauga Cherokee Nation White River Band (III) in Oklahoma.
*Chickamauga Cherokee Nation White River Band (III). There are also Chickamauga Cherokee Nation White River Band (I) in Arkansas and Chickamauga Cherokee Nation White River Band (II) in Oklahoma.
*Delaware Cherokee Tribe of Oklahoma. Recognized only as part of the Federally recognized Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. [http://thorpe.ou.edu/constitution/cherokee/index.html Constitution of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma] ]
*Delaware Tribe of Eastern Oklahoma, Letter of Intent to Petition 1/6/1993; determined ineligible to petition, 2/24/1994
*Hillabee Tribal Town. Currently recognized only as part of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
*Kichai Tribe. Currently recognized only as part of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes.
*Loyal Shawnee Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/14/1998; Legislative recognition 12/27/2000.
*Natchez Nation of Oklahoma
*New Tulsa Tribal Town. Currently recognized only as part of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
*Northern Chicamunga Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri, Letter of Intent to Petition 9/5/1991
*Shawnee Cherokee Tribe of Oklahoma. Recognized only as part of the Federally recognized Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
*Tallahassee Tribal TownFact|date=September 2007
*Thlathlogvlga Tribal TownFact|date=September 2007
*Traditional Southern Cheyenne Nation. Currently recognized only as part of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma
*Tvkapvtchee Tribal Town. Currently recognized only as part of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
*United Band of the Western Cherokee Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 3/14/2003.
*Weogufkee Tribal Town. Currently recognized only as part of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
*Yuchi Tribal Organization. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/05/1990; Declined to acknowledge 3/21/2000, 64 FR 71814.
*Yuchi (Euchee) Tribe of Oklahoma located in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. It is seeking federal recognition and separation from the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma, which subsumed the much smaller numbers of Yuchi during Removal.

Oregon

*Celilio-Wyam Indian Community cite web|url=http://www.wildapache.net/NativeAmericanSite/|title=Wild Apache Native American Portal|author=Wild Apache]
*Chetco Tribe
*Chinook Indian Tribe of Oregon & Washington, Inc. (a.k.a. Chinook Nation) Letter of Intent to Petition 07/23/1979; Declined to acknowledge 7/12/2003, 67 FR 46204. Also in Washington.
*Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes
*Confederated Tribes: Rogue, Table Rock & Associated Tribes. Letter of Intent to Petition 3/24/1997; properly executed Letter of Intent 6/19/1997.
*Northwest Cherokee Wolf Band, Southeastern Cherokee Confederacy, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/09/1978; Declined to Acknowledge 11/25/1985 50 FR 39047.
*Tchinouk Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/16/1979; Declined to Acknowledge 03/17/1986, 51 FR 2437.
*Tolowa-Tututni Tribe. Also in California.

Pennsylvania

*Eastern Delaware Nations.
*Lena'pe Nation.
*Lenape Nation (a.k.a. Eastern Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania). Letter of Intent to Petition 05/16/2000.

Rhode Island

*Aquidneck Indian Council
*Pokanoket Tribe of the Wampanoag Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/05/1994.
*Pokanoket-Wampanoag Federation: Wampanoag Nation/Pokanoket Tribe and Bands. Letter of intent to petition 1/5/1998.
*Rhode Island Indian Council
*Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/29/1998.
*Wappinger Tribal Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 7/7/2003.
*Wiquapaug Eastern Pequot Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 09/15/2000. Receipt of Petition 09/15/2000.

outh Carolina

* American Indian Center of South Carolina.cite web|url=http://www.state.sc.us/cma/pdfs/s_c_tribes_and_groups.pdf|title=SC tribes and groups|author=South Carolina Commission for Minority Affairs]
* Carolina Indian Heritage Association.
* Cherokee Bear Clan of Souoth Carolina.
* Chicora Indian Tribe of South Carolina (formerly Chicora-Siouan Indian People).cite web|url=http://southcarolinaindianaffairs.com/members.html|title=Members|author=South Carolina Indian Affairs Commission] cite web|url=http://scindigenousgallery.com|title=Visitors Center|author=South Carolina Indigenous Gallery] Letter of Intent to Petition 02/10/1993. Also in North Carolina.
* The Chicora-Waccamaw Indian People. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/05/1994.
* Croatan Indian Tribe of South Carolina.
*Edisto Indian Organization of South Carolina (also known as Edisto Indian Tribe).
* Four Hole Indian Organization, Edisto Tribal Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/30/1976. Also in North Carolina.
* Fields Indian Family – Pine Hill Indian Community.
* Free Cherokee-Chickamauga
* Horse Creek Indian Heritage Association.
* Little Horse Creek American Indian Cultural Center.
* Little Horse Creek American Indian Association.
* Marlboro & Chesterfield Pee Dee Band (aka Upper Pee Dee Nation of South Carolina)cite web|url=http://scindigenousgallery.com|title=Visitors Center|author=South Carolina Indigenous Gallery]
* Midlands Intertribal Empowerment Group.
* Pee Dee Indian Association. Letter of Intent to Petition 01/30/1995.
* Pine Hill Indian Community
* Santee Indian Nation.
* Summerville Indian Group. Also in North Carolina.
* Sumter Band of Cheraw Indians.
* Waccamaw Siouan Indian Association. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/16/1992; Postal service returned certified letter 11/5/1997.

Tennessee

*Cherokees of Lawrence County, Tennessee, Sugar Creek Band of the SECCI. Letter of Intent to Petition 9/14/2000. Receipt of Petition 9/14/2000.
*Chickamauga Circle Free Cherokee
*Chikamaka-Cherokees
*Cumberland Creek Indian Confederation
*Elk Valley Council Band of Free Cherokees
*Etowah Cherokee Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/31/1990; certified letter returned undeliverable 10/1997. This group's recognition is contested, and is based in Cleveland cites a Proclamation of Recognition by the Governor of Tennessee dated May 25, 1978. [Sheffield (1998) p70-71] [cite web|url=http://cita.chattanooga.org/etowahcherokee1978.html|title=TN Tribal Recognition - past example|author=Chattanooga InterTribal Association]
*Free Cherokee Tennessee River Band Chickamauga
*Kwatani Mission of Chickamuga Cherokee
*Red Clay Band of Southeastern Cherokee Confederacy. Letter of Intent to Petition 3/9/1978; Declined to Acknowledge 11/25/1985 50 FR 39047.
*Tennessee River Band of Chickamuga Cherokee
*Tennessee River Band of Chickamuga

Texas

*The Arista Indian Village. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/21/2002. Receipt of Petition 05/21/2002.
*Atakapas Ishak Nation of Souteast Texas and Souuthwest Louisiana. Letter of Intent to Petition 02/02/2007.
*Comanche Penateka Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/03/1998.
*Creek Indians of Texas at Red Oak
*Jumano Tribe (West Texas) (formerly The People of LaJunta (Jumano/Mescalero)). Letter of Intent to Petition 03/26/1997.
*Lipan Apache Band of Texas, Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 05/26/1999.
*Pamaque Clan of Coahuila y Tejas Spanish Indian Colonial Missions Inc. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/23/2002; Receipt of Petition 04/23/2002. BAR Papers filed 2005.
*Rio Grande Band of Cherokee Indians of Texas Fact|date=April 2008
*Tap Pilam: The Coahuiltecan Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/03/1997.
*Tribal Council of the Carrizo/Comecrudo Nation of Texas. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/06/1998.
*United Mascogo Seminole Tribe of Texas. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/31/2002. Receipt of Petition 12/31/2002.
*The Yanaguana Bands of Mission Indians of Texas. Letter of Intent to Petition 10/19/2004.

Utah

*Cedar City Band of Paiutes
*Northeast Band of Shoshone Indians
*White Mesa Ute Council

Vermont

*Abenaki Tribe of Vermont
*ELNU Tribe of the Abenaki (aka ELNU Koasek Traditional Band of the Abenaki Nation)cite web|url = http://vcnaa.com/joomla/component/option,com_weblinks/catid,23/Itemid,23/|title = Tribal Sites|accessdate = 2007-09-11|author = Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs]
*Koasek Traditional Band of the Sovereign Abenaki Nation (formerly Northern New England-Coos Band, Independent Clans of the Coos United, Cowasuck of North America and Cowasuck-Horicon Traditional Band; aka Cowasuck Traditional Band of the Sovereign Abenaki Nation). This tribe is composed of:
**Coos Band of Abenaki Nation
**Northern New England Band of Abenaki Nation
*Missisiquoi Council Abenaki Nation
*Nulhegan Band of Coosuk Abenaki
*St. Francis/Sokoki Band of Abenakis of Vermont Abenaki Tribal Council. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/15/1980; Proposed Finding 11/17/2005.
*Traditional Abenaki of Mazipskwik and Related Bands

Virginia

*Ani-Stohini/Unami Nation. Letter of Intent to Petition 07/08/1994.
*Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/30/2002. Receipt of Petition 12/30/2002.
*Rappahannock Indian Tribe (II). Letter of Intent to Petition 01/31/2001. Shares a name with a State recognized tribe Rappahannock Indian Tribe (I).
*United Cherokee Indian Tribe of Virginia. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/03/2000. Receipt of Petition 07/31/2000.
*Wicocomico Indian Nation (aka Historic Wicocomico Indian Nation of Northumberland County, Virginia). Letter of Intent to Petition 09/15/2000. Receipt of Petition 08/28/2000.

Washington

*Chinook Indian Tribe of Oregon & Washington, Inc. (a.k.a. Chinook Nation) Letter of Intent to Petition 07/23/1979; Declined to acknowledge 07/12/2003 (67 FR 46204). Also in Oregon.
*Duwamish Indian Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/07/1977; Declined to Acknowledge 05/08/2002 (66 FR 49966).
*Kikiallus Indian Nation
*Marietta Band of Nooksacks
*Mitchell Bay Band
*Noo-Wha-Ha Band
*Snohomish Tribe of Indians. Letter of Intent to Petition 03/13/1975; Declined to Acknowledge 03/05/2004.
*Snoqualmoo Tribe of Whidbey Island. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/14/1988.
*Steilacoom Tribe. Letter of Intent to Petition 08/28/1974; Proposed Finding 02/07/2000.

West Virginia

*The United Cherokee Indian Tribe of West Virginia. Letter of Intent to Petition 12/30/2005.

Wisconsin

*Brothertown Indians of Wisconsin. Letter of Intent to Petition 04/15/1980.
*Muhheconnuck and Munsee Tribes. Letter of Intent to Petition 06/04/2003.

Wyoming

*Northwestern Shoshoni

References

ee also

*Federally recognized tribes
*State recognized tribes
*Classification of Native Americans


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