UPCOMING EVENTS     



MEETINGS

COHARIE PEOPLE
Community Meeting
  First Monday of each Month
7:00 p.m
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Board Meeting
Third Tuesday of each Month
 7:00 pm
Tribal Center, Hwy 421, Clinton, NC

 
 HCCIA
BOARD MEETING

Second Tuesday of each Month
 6:00 pm
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Community Meeting
Second Tuesday of each Month
7:00 p.m.
Harnett County Center

COHARIE INTRA-TRIBAL COUNCIL
BOARD MEETING
Third Thursday of each Month
7:00 p.m.
Location TBD
 



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The Coharie Indian Tribe is located in the State of North Carolina in the counties of Harnett and Sampson.  They descend from the aboriginal tribe of the Neusiok Indians. Historical movements, initiated by Inter-Tribal conflicts as well as White/Indian colonial hostilities, caused the Coharies to move to their present location between 1729 and 1746.  Since then they have lived continuously as an Indian Tribe. The contemporary Coharie community consists of four settlements (identified by the communities' Indian Church): Holly Grove, New Bethel, Shiloh, and Antioch.  The churches are the center of the Coharie Peoples' activities.  It is through the churches that families interact, the elders are honored, and the social rules enforced.  The Cohariesí sense of themselves is manifested most clearly through their religious activities. The Coharie Indian Tribe has been recognized by the state of North Carolina since 1971. The Coharie Intra-Tribal Council, Inc. currently governs the Tribe.  It consists of a seven member Tribal Council that is elected by the tribal membership. 

For more information contact

Coharie Tribal Center

7531 N US Hwy 421

Clinton, North Carolina 28328

910-564-6909






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