Alabama Longhouse Nations

Koasati Nation (Girls)

Muscogee Nation (Girls)

Big Bend Nation (Boys)

The Muscogee Nation is an affiliate of the Alabama Longhouse under the Native Sons & Daughters Program.  “To develop a closer relationship between father and daughter” is the purpose of the Native Sons and Daughters program and the Muscogee Nation.  Fathers and daughters pairs meet together during the school year in small groups called “tribes”, which then also meet together for Nation and Longhouse level events and outings throughout the year.  The Muscogee Nation is comprised of 6 tribes of 10-15 families each and has participation from the greater Madison and Huntsville areas. Activities are often based on a Native American theme, a theme that stimulates creative projects and activities through which relationships are enhanced for a lifetime.  This theme should always be used with great respect and dignity.

To develop a closer relationship between father and daughter” is the purpose of the Native Sons and Daughters program and the Koasati Nation.  This purpose captures the essence of the NSD Princess Program – the opportunity to strengthen father-daughter relationships through activities that are challenging and fun!  The NSD Program is aimed at fathers and daughters.  Father daughter pairs meet normally during the school year in small groups called “tribes”, which get together for planned events and outings.  Activities are often based on a Native American theme, a theme that stimulates creative projects and activities through which relationships are enhanced for a lifetime.  This theme should always be used with great respect and dignity.

The Big Bend Nation is an affiliate of the Alabama Longhouse under the Native Sons & Daughters Program and is devoted to strengthening the bonds between fathers and sons.   Fathers and sons meet together during the school year in small groups called “tribes”, which then also meet together for Nation and Longhouse level events and outings throughout the year. Big Bend is comprised of 5 tribes of 10-15 families each and has family participation from all areas of greater Huntsville. Activities are often based on a Native American theme, a theme that stimulates creative projects and activities through which relationships are enhanced for a lifetime.  This theme should always be used with great respect and dignity.

 


 

 

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