There are three divisions of the Wintun people: the Wintu, Nomlaki, and Patwin. Their traditional lands are located in the greater Sacramento Valley, with the Sacramento River a major feature of all the regions, from the Wintu mountain rivers in the north, through the Nomlaki plains, to the marshes, valleys, and hills of the Patwin.
The Lummi, also known as Lhaqtemish, governed by the Lummi Nation, are a Native American tribe of the Coast Salish ethnolinguistic group in western Washington state in the United States. The Tribe primarily resides on and around the Lummi Indian Reservation
The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi - The NHBP Turtle, also known as a Mshiké in the Bodewadmi language, was created to represent the different clans and where we come from. The head of the Mshiké is shaped like Michigan, where the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi people are from.
Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians - The Tribe has over 4,000 members with a large number living within Charlevoix and Emmet Counties. The historically delineated reservation area, located in the north-western part of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, encompasses approximately 336 square miles of land within the two counties. The largest communities within the reservation boundaries are Petoskey, Harbor Springs, and Charlevoix.