North Baldwin, NY, January 25, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Chief Galiquogi Dinah Deas Cadoche, the namesake of her great, great, great grandmother Dinah Deas, without much pomp and circumstance resettles Gvhnage-Ama Uweyv Aniyunwiya Nation, an Autochthonous Principle People, on the Southern Shores of Long Island, Turtle Island; bringing a vibrance and renewed cultural paradigm that promises to enhance both the community and the people, alike.
Although, a long time resident of Long Island, Chief Galiquogi quietly in 2016, took the unclaimed reigns of her family’s matriarch Dinah Deas; declaring their rich Aniyunwiya heritage as the original peoples on Turtle Island through the power of Gvhnage-Ama Uweyv Aniyunwiya Nation’s Grand Council Members.
Accordingly, Gvhnage-Ama Uweyv Aniyunwiya Nation’s tribal members look forward to becoming an ever present staple in the community of North Baldwin and beyond; bringing added value and truth to a misclassified and misidentified peoples; as well, positive community development that continues to make South Shore Long Island an appealing and safe community for families to dwell and visitors to come. We are a growing community of Autochthonous People, looking forward to growing in community; together with all who dwell on South Shore Long Island’s Turtle Island.