I enjoyed the map and the reading I did. My grandfather was indian from the Eureka California area. I am trying to figure out which tribe he may have belonged to and how to find out the genealogy. I believe that his grandfather was Weaver Denman and that he lived with him as a child as I found census records indicating this. If anyone knows how to go about finding information out, I would greatly appreciate the help. My grandmother grew up in Eureka as well. Also, does anyone know of an Eel River Rancheria? That was also mentioned in a census.
I just wanted to get my name out there to let others know that I am part Indian from my Mothers side. My Great Grandmother is full Choctaw Indian from Oklahoma.
I am a retired educator and have interest in indigenous education, curriculum, and services.
Excited that you have an online store now!
Hi! I'm trying to reach Rain to RSVP for the Zoom link to the Historical Trauma presentation.
Hi to all and high hopes of you all are safe and healthy.
Is there a way to post jobs on your website. Monterey County is currently recruiting for a Senior Account Clerk.
Dv'laa Haa~ (hello), we look forward to learning more about NCIDC and the services that are provided to our indigenous communities. As a native & woman-owned firm, we support tribes and first nations throughout North America. Please reach out if you ever need support! :)
Changing my AmazonSmile charity to you guys. Thank you for everything you do!
Is there a way to sign up to receive updates and job announcements from NCIDC?
I live in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains, and have often wondered who lived here before me, before white settlers and before the United States designated this land as its own. Your pre-contact tribal territories map was my first view of any information about who lived here -- the Costanoans. I was not prepare for such immense feelings of gratitude, and also grief that so little recognition and respect is given to the ancestors and people whose land this should be.
Thank you for offering such a map. I see now there is a wealth of other information available here, as well. I am delighted to become better acquainted with the Northern Califrnia Indian Development Couoncil.
I would like to know more about NCIDC. Not to receive services, but to discover if I might be of service, and if so, how I might serve.
I am a first year teacher, looking to expand my knowledge about the past of our home. I am hoping to present authentic perspectives of the history of Northern California. I’d love to connect with NCIDC to connect with any persons who would be willing to share stories and educate the youth in our community.
Hello. I am looking to outreach to any JOM programs in the State of California and to find all contacts to Tribal Education Agencies in California. Please send any information that may help me to firstname.lastname@example.org Pilamaye!
Thank you especially for the workshop on education advocacy for children. So many economically disadvantaged children need this support.
I'm looking into different programs for my participants.
Interested in working with your crew !!