Chief Walt Brown of the CheroenhakaOfficial Website of the
Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe

Southampton County, VA

"WELCOME"

As our tribe's spokesperson "Dar-sun-ke" (the Tongue), and Chief, it is with great zeal on behalf of the Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribal Council and Members, that we welcome you in the name of the Creator (Quaker-Hun-te) to our Tribal Web Site.

Each year we publish a tribal journal call the Waskehee, which means "to see" in our native tongue. It highlights episodes of the ethno-history of our tribe from first contact with the Colonials in what is now Nottoway County, Virginia to the present.

Make sure you get a copy of our Tribal Journal, the Waskehee, and learn of our people, the Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe, for "We Are Still Here!"

" Quaker Hun-te EE Sun-ke Was-ke-hee, Th-ra-hun-ta, Was-we-kr "
(Creator My Hearts Sees, Hears and Speaks).

Chief Walt "Red Hawk" Brown, "Teerheer"
Mark of the Chief

Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indian Tribe Tribal Council

Vice Chief

Ellis "Soaring Eagle" Wright

War Chief

William Lamb "Spread Eagle" Howell

E-ke-ing Chairperson

Vashti "Sparrow Hawk" Clarke

Council Member

Cynthia "Water Lily" Brown

Council Member

Teresa "Chenoabuck" Baxter

Chief Man

Joseph "Soaring Eagle" Epps

Chief Man

Thomas "Star Watcher" Hines

Chief Man

Gary " Twin Hawks" Burnette

   Tribal Secretary   Deborah "Tiger Lily" Motahari