Susquehannock Fire Ring

I see there are many who claim descendancy from the Susquehannocks. I’ve been tossing an idea around with some author’s and historians as well as the curator of a local museum to do something that hasn’t been done in possibly 260 years. I want to have a Fire Ring, a Powwow, however you want to phrase it together of as many Susquehannock descendants that we can find. I have spoken to people of other tribes, and they think it is a GREAT idea! I would like to have some reactions of people who actually are descendants. If you are interested in this idea please write to me at PO Box 33, Manchester, PA 17345 so I can have a hard copy to present to people who can give us the financial backing to do this.

Wanishi,
Renee L. Waring
aka
Renee My Frande

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3 Responses

  1. 1 Sue Murray
    2012 Feb 21

    I am of Susquahannock heritage and I think that a pow wow would be a wonderful way to bring the descendants together to celebrate their heritage I would love to know if a pow wow has been scheduled for the summer of 2012. I would love to hear about any events that are scheduled or being considered. Please contact me at 1334 Glennview St. NE, Canton, OH 44721.

  2. 2 Sue Murray
    2012 Feb 21

    I am of Susquahannock heritage and I think that a pow wow would be a wonderful way to bring the descendants together to celebrate their heritage I would love to know if a pow wow has been scheduled for the summer of 2012. I would love to hear about any events that are scheduled or being considered.

  3. 3 Ruthie
    2009 Jul 20

    My husband’s family is of Andaste decent and many of them have lived and still do on the Cherokee Reservation in Oklahoma and in York County, PA. Check out the Tribal Census found on the US Census Bureau Fact Finder, many individuals identify themselves as Susquehannock. A Fire Ring is a wonderful idea! Let us know when!


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