The Accohannock Tribe is one of the oldest historical tribes in Maryland. The Accohannocks originally inhabited the territory they called Accomack which, after colonization, became the Eastern Shore of Old Virginia and is presently the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia. The territory included the Chesapeake Bay home villages on the Annemessex River at present day Crisfield, MD, on the Accohannock Creek in Virginia and on the islands in the Chesapeake Bay. The Accohannock Tribe is an Algonquian-speaking sub-tribe of the Powhatan nation. The bands of the Accohannock were part of the Accomac Confederation.
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Accohannock tribe pow wow The Accohannock Tribe, in conjunction with the Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism and Pemberton Historical Park hosted the first ever Native American Pow Wow in Wicomico County
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