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FEDERATION OF ABORIGINAL NATIONS OF AMERICA

(Est 2011)

Prepared by Neesu Wushuwunoag


Posted December 7th, 2015

Constructive and Public Notice

FEDERATION OF ABORIGINAL NATIONS OF AMERICA


PROPERTYAND TRADEMARK UNDER THE GREAT SEAL OF POKANOKET NATION TRIBAL TRUST AND THE GREAT SEAL OF MASHAPAUG NAHAGANSET TRIBAL TRUST

Please take Notice and respond to the following truths:


The Pokanoket Nation Tribal Trust and Mashapaug Nahaganset Tribal Trust file this Constructive and Public Notice
of the creation and establishment of the FEDERATION OF ABORIGINAL NATIONS OF AMERICA, also known
as FANA, a tribal institution established under the Pokanoket Nation Tribal Trust and Mashapaug Nahaganset Tribal
Trust. An Institution Owned, Created and Operated Exclusively by the Pokanoket Nation Tribal Trust and Mashapaug Nahaganset Tribal Trust
This honorable, respectful and proper Constructive and Public Notice formally initiates the genuine efforts of the
Pokanoket Nation and Mashapaug Nahaganset Tribe to engage and establish its lawful, political and legal institutions,
including the FANA, whos MISSION STATEMENT (Descriptive) includes:

To provide support for Aboriginal Tribes and Nations in the Americas in the areas of historical research
and validation, cultural education & economic development initiatives, and serves as a collective voice to
bring attention and remedy to human rights violations that are directed towards member Tribes and
Nations of the Federation.
To assist Aboriginal Tribes and Nations in their efforts to better understand United States Constitutional
Law, Law pertaining to Aboriginal Peoples of America and International Law.
To provide private confidential support and assistance for member Tribes and Nations, which include, but
are not limited to, sharing of information, classes, and instruction of law and indigenous judicial processes
where members gain greater insight pertaining to their privileges, immunities and rights under
International and American Indian Law
To assist member Tribes and Nations in researching and filing claims for rights violations, land rights,
rights to monies owed from treaties, corporate identity theft, housing fraud and international human rights

violations, which also include violations against women and children, genocide of the American Negro and
many other aboriginal related issues.
The institution was founded by FANA Superior Chief William Winds of Thunder Guy, Sagamore of the Pokanoket
Nation, and FANA National Director Neesu Wushuwunoag, Pomham Sachem of the Mashapaug Nahaganset Tribe, and
through development concert with Principal Chief Ron Holloway of the Sand Hill Lenape Nation. Sagamore Winds of
Thunder, Sachem Neesu Wushuwunoag and Chief Ron Holloway are all descendants of natural inhabitants of Turtle
Island (America), and all employ methods of spiritualism, philosophy and law for providing remedy and understanding
concerning the true history and heritage of the aboriginal inhabitants of the territories commonly referred to as North
America.
FANA began as a confederation of aboriginal Tribes and Nations from the New England territories that were seeking to
address ongoing issues of violations of their inherent aboriginal rights and privileges by foreign entities while on their
own sovereign and ancestral lands. As the confederation grew in strength and numbers and began to make alliances with
other Tribes and Nations outside of the New England territories, the Confederation recognized the need to take their
efforts to a grander scale, by extending the scope of their efforts to include issues faced by aboriginal Tribes and Nations
throughout the Americas.
FANA assists the efforts of its member Tribes and Nations in bringing to light more than 600 years of international and
national archived history to reveal hidden truths about the true diverse cultures and heritage of Americas aboriginal
populations. With the historical knowledge of laws and treaties, FANA provides private confidential support and
assistance for member Tribes and Nations, which include, but are not limited to, sharing of information, classes, and
instruction of law and indigenous judicial processes where members gain greater insight pertaining to their privileges,
immunities and rights under International and American Indian Law. FANA also assists member Tribes and Nations
in researching and filing claims for rights violations, land rights, rights to monies owed from treaties, corporate identity
theft, housing fraud and international human rights violations, which also include violations against women and
children, genocide of the American Negro and many other aboriginal related issues.

FANA
FEDERATION OF ABORIGINAL NATIONS OF AMERICA

Please send all correspondence to:

Neesu Wushuwunoag
National Director, FANA
C/o 199 Camp Street
Providence
Rhode Island State [02906]