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image located by Valentine Poposki, 29 November 2019
Nipmuc Indian Association of Connecticut is a Native American Organization,
registered as non-profit association.
"The Nipmuc Indian Association of Connecticut is dedicated to our Nipmuc ancestors, to our future seven generations, and to all who have helped our People.
Nipmuc Indians are the original people of central New England, and are among the "Eastern Woodlands" or Algonquian Indians of the Eastern United States. Before the arrival of European settlers in the 1600s, the Nipmuc (or "Fresh Water People") lived in numerous band encampments, or ‘villages’, near bodies of fresh water in a territory (called ‘Nipnet’) which extended from the present day Vermont and New Hampshire borders, through Worcester County in Massachusetts, into northern Rhode Island, and into northeastern Connecticut as far south as Plainfield."
Valentine Poposki, 29 November 2019
image by Valentine Poposki, 2 February 2020
Nipmuc Nation is a state recognized tribe, as part of Nipmuc/Nipmuck Bands in
Massachusetts. The flag is blue with tribal logo on it. Flag can be seen on
photos on Tribal Facebook page
Valentine Poposki, 2 February 2020