We are pleased to announce that Debbie Dry, member of the Wyandotte Nation was recently named employee of the year by her co-workers. Debbie has been employed by the Tribe since November 2007 as Planning Specialist. Debbie was chosen for her strong work ethic, dependability, loyalty, and positive attitude. She is very passionate about her job and takes on additional assignments as well volunteering for projects outside of her normal job responsibilities. In her spare time, Debbie enjoys playing the guitar, working outside, and golf. Congratulations Debbie! We appreciate all of the hard work you do to make the Wyandotte Nation a success.
- Contract open positions. Contact = firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-678-4212 February 13, 2017
- 2017 Summer Program at Crazy Horse (8-weeks) January 17, 2017
- Wyandotte Nation burial ground designated National Historic Landmark January 12, 2017
- Visual artist opportunity on West Coast January 11, 2017
- Public Notice: Transportation Projects December 22, 2016
ATTENTION WYANDOTTE CITIZENS!
Please contact Dana at the tribal center and update your mailing address today. If you are receiving the tribal newsletter your records are up to date. Information has been mailed out regarding a new supplemental healthcare benefit! Call your family members and have them update their mailing addresses too.
Chief Bearskin's ultimate vision was to provide healthcare to all Tribal Citizens. It has taken several years and a lot of work by many people, now through the final efforts of Chief Friend we are seeing Chief Bearskin’s dream become a reality for ALL Tribal Citizens nationwide!
What History Says“Of all the savage allies of Great Britain in the West, the Wyandots were the most powerful. This arose not so much from the number of their warriors, as from their superior intelligence. Their long association with the French at Detroit, and, after that post fell into the possession of Great Britain, with its later occupants, had advanced them in many respects over the surrounding nations.” ______ Butterfield, C. W. An Historical Account of the Expedition Against Sandusky Under Col. William Crawford In 1782. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co, 1873. print. (164-5)
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Wyandotte History Brochure
Are the Wyandotte Huron?Many people ask the question, “Are the Wyandotte Huron?” History states that we are predominately of the Tionontati tribe and the Tionontati were never admitted into the Huron (Wendat) Confederacy; however, we do have connections to the Huron through the Attignawantan who were the founding tribe of the Huron. The Wyandotte Nation consists of remnants of the Tionontati, Attignawantan and Wenrohronon (Wenro), all unique independent tribes, who united in 1649-50 after being defeated by the Iroquois Confederacy. A simple answer to a very complicated question is no, the Wyandotte Nation was not part of the Huron Confederacy proper as the Wyandotte truly didn’t exist until after the fall of the Huron Confederacy.