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In the news the Shinnecock Nation has been committed to preserving our ancestral homeland and its natural environment. As our lands were taken we adapted our economy and our way of life. Still, we continued to preserve and protect our remaining lands while we struggled to become self-reliant.
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Sara Chase, a member of the Shinnecock Nation and of the Hoopa Valley Tribal Nation, is a con-testant in the 2012 Miss Indian World pageant. The event takes place at the annual Gathering of Nations Powwow in Albuquerque, NM, this year from April 26-28th.
2011 Shinnecock Powwow Entertainment Schedule
Shinnecock Nation's 65th Annual Powwow will take place as scheduled
DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER ESCAPE TO NEW YORK CANCELS FINAL DAY OF FESTIVAL.
The Shinnecock Nation Board of Trustees offers congratulations to the participants in, and staff and organizers of, the 2011 Miss Shinnecock Teen Pageant, which was held Saturday evening, June 11th, at Southampton High School. All of our children are winners!
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. ~ The 2011 Miss Shinnecock Teen Pageant will be held on Saturday, June 11, from 6 to 9 p.m., in the Southampton High School auditorium—a larger venue to accommodate the overwhelming crowd that swelled beyond the doors of the Southampton Inn Ballroom in 2009.
American Indian culture is alive and well and on colorful display at pow-wows across the country. Paul Gowder , creator of powwows.com, which showcases these social and spiritual events, shares some favorites with Gary McKechnie for USA TODAY.
SHINNECOCK NATION ELECTS FRED BESS IN TRUSTEE RUNOFF ELECTION
Shinnecock Indian Reservation, L.I., New York —In an historic runoff election between incumbent Trustee Lance Gumbs and former Trustee Frederick C. Bess, voting members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation selected Mr. Bess to fill the third Trustee Board seat.
Voting took place today at the Shinnecock Community Center from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Gathering of Native Americans
Dance and Drum Contest Powwow & Celebration Honoring the Shinnecock Nation as the 565th federally recognized Tribe
SHINNECOCK NATION ELECTS TWO OF THREE TRUSTEES
RUNOFF ELECTION TO BE SCHEDULED WITHIN TWO WEEKS FOR THE THIRD
Shinnecock Indian Reservation, New York — For the first time since the three member Trustee system went into effect in1792, the Shinnecock Indian Nation was faced with a tie in its annual Trustee elections.