Chowanoke Reservation Fund
A very long time ago the last land of the Chowanoke Indians was taken and sold off, leaving tribal descendants without a communal land base for many generations. Today, for the first time in two hundred years, tribal members have repurchased a tract of the original reservation!
Currently, renovations of this new tract of land is underway! Land clearing, drum arbor construction, parking lots and roads, etc., are currently being built in the initial phase of construction. In the future, an on-site museum, historic village, Pow Wow grounds, trails, camping and tribal employment opportunities will take place. Please take this opportunity to donate to this historic effort!
Official reservation web site
This centuries old tract of reservation land was privately purchased by Chowanoke decendants to retain and preserve an important part of tribal history. And to create a place where tribal members and the community, can enjoy cultural activities and activities on lands considered sacred to the Chowanoke people. The Chowanoke Reservation lands are not part of a non-profit as Indians lands and Indian people never were. These lands will remain sovereign as Indian land should be, and not subjegated to the conditions and stipulations required by such an entity. Due to maintaining this sovereignty, donations for this effort are not tax deductible.