About Us

“My Heart Song”

Blood Line of Edy Turner aka Wane Roonseraw

Virginia Indians

Chief Red Hawk Interview with WTVR 6 Richmond VA

Governor McDonnell American Indian Heritage Month

Handsite Historical Marker Unveiling

Long Leaf Pine Planting

20,000 Long Leaf Pines Fulfill Vision of “Redhawk”

Blessing of the Peake (Peace) Pipe on the Na-da-Wa Jo-ke L-R: Vice Chief Ellis “Soaring Eagle” Wight; Chief Walt “Red Hawk” Brown; War Chief William Lamb “Spread Eagle” Howell

Resolutions & Goals

Shield & Heraldry — An explanation of the meaning behind our tribal shield.

Ethno-Historic Snapshot

Constitution & Bylaws

Our Language

Library of Virginia Spotlights Edith Turner — Chief Edith Turner, one of eight women recognized by the Library of Virginia, award accepted by Cheroenhaka Nottoway tribal members.                          

Return of the Natives in Southampton County— Virginia Pilot article concerning our visit to the Smithsonian to perform ceremony over the Cheroenhaka remains removed from the “Hand Site” burial site and to discuss repatriation. The article includes a summary explanation of who we are.    

Return of Natives, Part Two: “Time to Come Home”

Incorporation Certificate

1808 Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Census

Cheroenhaka (Nottoway) Indians on the Old Reservation Land Tracts

Chief Red Hawk With Gilbert Thompson Office of the Economic Development of the Mississippi Band of the Choctaw Nation