Robert P. Green

Robert P. Green

Audiobook CD - 2011?
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Robert currently serves as Chief of the Patawomeck Indian Tribe which was granted formal recognized by the 2010 session of the VA General Assembly. Chief Green lives in Stafford and he tells of his childhood and of his motivation to reorganize the Tribe. In addition, he shares interesting facts about the historical importance of the Potomac Tribe which assisted early English colonist in Jamestown during the early 1600s and then provides information on archeological work done here in Stafford. He reports on work done by the Smithsonian and on recent action by local government to establish a park for use by tribe members. Written history began with John Smith's diaries written during his visit here in 1608.
Publisher: [Stafford, Va.] : Stafford Historical Society, [2011?]
Branch Call Number: 9.7552 Gr
Description: 1 audio disc (57 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in


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