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Science Museum of Virginia
Virginia Historical Society
Virginia Memory
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Virginia Museum of Natural History
Virginia Opera
Virginia Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the American Civil War
Virginia Is for Lovers


Virginia Indians
The following Virginia Indian Tribes are recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia:

Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe, Southampton County, VA
Eastern Chickahominy
Monacan Indian Nation
Nottaway Indian Tribe of Virginia
Upper Mattaponi

These Virginia tribes (except for Patawomeck) are listed as seeking status as tribes recognized by the . government. Others listed as petitioners include the following tribes and/or nations:

Ani-Stohini/Unami Nation
United Cherokee Indian Tribe of Virginia
Wicocomico Indian Nation

The Pamunkey Indian Tribe received federal recognition on Thursday, July 2, 2015.

More Recommended Web Sites on Virginia's Indians

American Indians in Children's Literature (book recommendations)
Oyate (book recommendations, all tribes)
American Indian Resource Center, College of William & Mary

 Chief Powhatan's deerskin cloak, decorated with shell beads ("roanoke")


Voters' Information
Voting and Election Related Web Sites

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