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Petition #401 Schaghticoke Indian Tribe (SIT), CT

Petitioner Number: 401
Petitioner Name: Schaghticoke Indian Tribe
Petitioner State: CT
Acknowledged/Denied/In Process: In-process
Current Status: Public commenting on documented petition
Currently in Litigation: No
Acknowledgment Regulation Revision Chosen by Petitioner: 2015
Petition Narrative Document(s):
  • Documented Petition Narrative (2022-01-06) Part 1
  • Documented Petition Narrative (2022-01-06) Part 2
Petitioner Contact Information:

Mr. Alan Russell
P.O. Box 111
Kent, CT 06757

Opportunity to Submit Comments:

Notice 2022-03-07:  In accordance with 25 CFR 83.22(b)(1)(iv), the Department is publishing this "opportunity for individuals and entities to submit comments and evidence supporting or opposing the petitioner's request for acknowledgment within 120 days of the date of the web site posting."

Any individual or entity wishing to submit comments on this specific petition must deliver them to:

  Department of the Interior
  Office of the Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs
  Attn: Office of Federal Acknowledgment
  1849 C Street, NW
  Washington, DC  20240

Comments must be postmarked no later than 2022-07-05.

Opportunity to Request to be Kept Informed of General Actions:

In accordance with 25 CFR 83.22(b)(1)(v), the Department is publishing this "opportunity for individuals and entities to request to be kept informed of general actions regarding a specific petitioner." 

Those wishing to be kept informed of general actions regarding this specific petitioner must mail a written request to:

  Department of the Interior
  Office of the Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs
  Attn: Office of Federal Acknowledgment
  1849 C Street, NW
  Washington, DC  20240

An individual or entity may mail a written request at any point during the acknowledgment process.

Comments or Materials Submitted by Third Parties:

n/a

Substantive Documents Issued by the Department:
OFA's Contact List for Petitioner:

Attorney of Record:
Michael J. Anderson
Anderson Indian Law
1730 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Suite 501
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202)-262-8856

Contact Information for Notified Parties and Other Individuals or Entities that Requested to Be Kept Informed:

Governor:
The Honorable Ned Lamont
Governor of Connecticut
Office of the Governor
210 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
Phone: (860)-566-4840

Attorney General:
The Honorable William Tong
Office of the Attorney General
165 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
Phone: (860)-808-5318
Fax: (860)-808-5387

Town Government:
The Honorable Jean C. Speck
First Selectman, Town of Kent
41 Kent Green Boulevard
P.O. Box 678
Kent, Connecticut 06757
Phone: (860)-927-4627
Fax: (860)-927-1313

Federally Recognized Indian Tribes:
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation
c/o Chairman Rodney Butler
2 Matts Path P.O. Box 3060
Mashantucket, Connecticut 60338-3060
Phone: (860)-396-6572

Mohegan Tribe of Indians of Connecticut
c/o Chairman R. James Gessner
13 Crow Hill Road
Uncasville, Connecticut 06382
Phone: (860)-862-6100

Other:
Mr. Richard Velky
101 Elizabeth Street, 2nd Floor
Derby, Connecticut 06418

 

Documents Issued under 1994 revision of Acknowledgment Regulations:

n/a

Notes:

None.

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