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AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR OUR COMMUNITY

For updates on the SNI response to Covid-19, click here to visit the Seneca Nation Coronavirus Response Hub.

To receive important updates via phone & text, click here and learn about the Regroup Messaging System.

If you experience symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, dry cough, or shortness of breath, or have any concerns about your health, call your primary care provider to be assessed. Patients of the Lionel R. John Health Center can call (716) 945-5894 and patients of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation Health Center can call (716) 532-5582.

Request for Proposals (RFP) for Economic Feasibility Study and Business Plan for a Haudenosaunee Sports Museum/Center

Posted in: News & Announcements

The Seneca Nation was awarded funding from the Department of the Interior, BIA Office of Indian Economic Development, Tribal Tourism Grant Program to conduct a professional Economic Feasibility Study including Pro-forma/Market Analysis and Business Plan on the development and implementation of a Haudenosaunee Sports Museum/Center on Seneca Nation Territory.

The attached RFP document highlights the requirements, meeting times, and other related information.

Wampum Belt Take and Make Craft for Ages 12-16

Posted in: Library

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Native Americans from the East Coast made beads out of white and purple shells. The beads were kept on a string made of deer hide or sinew. Native Americans used the wampum as a way to record stories and historic events. The beads were given as ceremonial gifts. Some of the bead strings that are still around today are in the form of a belt. They have beautiful designs. The designs sometimes have repeated patterns and sometimes they tell a story. Create a design of your own. Will it be a pattern or a story? Use beautiful colors.

Wampum Belt Craft For  Ages 12-16

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