North Carolina Tribes

Children of The EBCI And All Eastern Cherokee Rolls
Uniting the bands and family groups who remember their connection to the Aniyvwiya--Keetoowah--Tsalagi--Cherokee despite the lack of recognition.

Coharie Intra-Tribal Council (State Recognized)
Route 3, Box 340-E
7531 U.S. Hwy.421 North
Clinton
NC 20328
(910) 564-6909
Fax: 564-2701

Cumberland County Association for Indian People (State Recognized)
102 Indian Drive
Fayetteville
NC 28301
(910) 483-8442
Fax: (910) 483-8742

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (Federally Recognized)
Post Office Box 455
Cherokee
NC 28719-
(704) 497-4951
Fax: 497-3615

Guilford Native American Association
P.O. Box 5623
Greensboro, NC 27435
(336) 273-8686
Fax: 272-2925

Haliwa-Saponi Tribe (State Recognized)
P.O. Box 99
Hollister
NC 27844
(919) 586-4017
Fax: 586-3918

Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina (State Recognized)
6984 Hwy 711 West
Pembroke NC 28372
(910) 521.7861 phone
(910) 521.2278 fax

Meherrin Indian Tribe (State Recognized)
P.O. Box 274
Ahoskie, NC. 27910
Pow-wow is held every 4th weekend in October! All are welcome.

Metrolina Native American Association, Inc. (State Recognized)
8001 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, N.C. 28262
(704) 926-1524 office
(704) 347-0888 fax
Kara Jones Executive Director/ WIA Director

Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation (State Recognized)
PO Box 356
Mebane
North Carolina 27302
(919) 304-3723

Sappony (State Recognized)
PO Box 3265
Roxboro, NC 27574

Southern Band Tuscarora Indian Tribe
832 US 13N
Windsor, NC 27983
(252) 794-4559
Fax: (917) 455-9490

Waccamaw-Siouan Tribe (State Recognized)
P.O. Box 69
Bolton
NC 28423
(910) 655-8778
Fax: 655-8779


Sources:
North Carolina Indian Affairs Commission