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Federally Recognized Wampanoag tribes:

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Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah)

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Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe

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  State Recognized Tribes

Assonet Band of the Wampanoag Nation - Established as an inter-tribal council entity in 1990, it is based in New Bedford, Massachusetts.  Currently, there is no website for this group. We'll keep you posted when we can find something.

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Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe

Namasket (or Nemasket) Wampanoag Band - The Namasket (or Nemasket) Wampanoag Band was organized in 2000. It holds meetings in the Wattupa Reservation State Park in Fall River, Massachusetts. The band is led by council chair Albert Henry Corliss and is not a federally recognized tribe. The Namasket Band resided in villages around the Taunton River near modern-day Middleborough, Massachusetts and whose ancestors included Squanto of the Patuxet tribe. Today, remaining Namasket lines are most closely related to the current day Pocasset Band of Fall River. There is no website for this tribe.

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Wampanog Tribes not yet recognized by federal or state governments:

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Chappaquiddick Wampanaog Tribe


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 Chappiquiddic Band


The Council of Seven/Royal House of Pokanoket Tribe

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Seaconke Wampanoag Tribe

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 Wampanoag Tribes outside of the United States

Sou'West Nova Metis Wampanoag of Cape Sable, Nova Scotia

The Sou' West Nova Metis Council represents the unique cultural and historical interests of the Nova Scotia Wampanoag community, which is comprised primarily of the descendants of the Wampanoag Confederacy of Massachusetts who settled Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia, and surrounding areas in the mid to late 1700's.  There are over 1,000 active members.

Wampanoag of St. David's Island, Bermuda

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Thousands of Mohegan, Pequot and Wampanoag people were sold into slavery in the 17th and 18th century. Hundreds of Wampanoag people were sold as slaves in Bermuda. Today, they have reunited with the Wampanoag of the United States. They don't have a website, but you can search the internet and find many newspaper and journal articles about them.

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There is also a book "St. David's Island, Bermuda: Its People, History and Culture" written by St. Clair "Binky" Tucker a Bermuda Wampanoag. ISBN-10: 1607251418    ISBN-13: 978-1607251415