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Elem Indian Colony

Elem Indian Colony

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elem-Indian-Colony/107658192596988

(site udner construction… looking for caches/alternate sites)
none found.
Elem Indian Colony Offices are Located at:
13300 E Highway 20
Suite B
P.O. Box 757
Clearlake Oaks, CA 95423
(707) 998-3003
P. O. Box 989
Clearlake Oaks, CA 95423
Phone: 707.998.2292
Fax: 707.998.2993
The Elem Indian Colony of Pomo Indians (also known as the Elem Band of Pomo and Sulfur Bank Band of Pomo Indians) are a Native American band of Pomo based on 50 acres (200,000 m2) near Clearlake Oaks, California on the Eastern shore of Clear Lake. The Elem Indian Colony reservation was originally formed under the name Sulfur Bank Rancheria in 1949.
The tribe was organized in 1936 and has a population of about 100. Currently they are attempting to regain ownership of Rattlesnake Island near their reservation, where they had held ceremonies for centuries.
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Shingle Springs Miwok
Shingle Springs Miwok
static webpage with nothing but a picture (splinter group) all duplicate pages :
this is the tribe that looks like it is suffering from contreversy from within (has the casino):
http://www.shinglespringsrancheria.com/ <”main” website of tribe
Location
The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians is located in Shingle Springs, El Dorado County, California.
Tribal Members
Today there are approximately 500 members of the Tribe. Presently, about 141 members live on the Rancheria.
Tribal Government
The Shingle Springs Tribal Council is comprised of  7-members: Chairperson, Vice-Chair, and 5 Council Members, elected by  the General Membership for a 2-year term. There are also 2 tribal  Council Member Alternates.
Culture & Tradition
The Tribe consists of Miwok and Maidu (Nisenan)  Indians. The Miwok are one of the largest tribes in California and are  also the only known tribe throughout the region from the Pacific Ocean  to the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Miwok-Maidu spoke versions of the  Penutian language. Today, the Tribe is working to revitalize its language so that they can share it with and teach it to future generations. In  the Tribe’s dialect, the word “Mi-Wok” means “person,” and the word  “Ni-Sen-An” means “kin” or “people.” The Tribe’s Rancheria is located in  Southern Maidu, or Nisenan, territory, and is situated in the heart of a  hill and mountain called Nisenan.
Red Hawk Casino
The Tribe’s gaming facility, Red Hawk Casino, opened to the public on December 17th, 2008. The Casino features: over 2,000 slot machines; 75 table games; 5 restaurants; and 4 bars. There is a Cyber Quest Arcade and Kids Quest child care facility for the kids.
Community Endeavors
The Tribe’s Health Clinic serves the local  community by promoting the health and well-being of families and  community members. The Tribe’s Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy  Families (TANF) Program provides services and important tools to needy  families who live in the counties of: El Dorado, Sacramento, and Placer.
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Kashaya Pomo
Kashaya Pomo  / Kashia
The Kashaya, the first people known to have lived in the area that is now Fort Ross, still live in this region. The local native people consider their name to be “People From the Top of the Land.” The name Kashaya, which means “expert gamblers,” was given to them by a neighboring Pomo group. The Kashaya are one of seven individual groups of people who speak what linguists have labeled as the Pomoan languages.
Today many Kashaya still reside on the reservation and in areas surrounding Fort Ross. Although the majority live and work in the principal cities of Sonoma County, many have gone on to continue their careers in the greater Bay Area. Presently a growing number of Kashaya occupy positions of political and educational leadership among the Indian and non-Indian communities of this region.
Although today the Kashaya are contemporary California Indians in a modern and fast moving world, they still retain their strong feelings of attachment to their ancestral land and the way of life that was so long enjoyed by their ancestors.
Manchester Pomo
Manchester Pomo
Manchester Band of Pomo Indians
P.O. Box 623
Point Arena, CA 95468
Phone: 1.707.882.2788
Fax: 1.707.882.3417
email: karensantana@hughes.net
Phone: 707-882-2788
extensive search… no site. (not uber extensive search though)
<< site found after uber search…. underconstruction.
http://64.38.12.138/IndianGaming/2010/018047.asp (contrevesy over another casino)
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