The Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods
for our people
who you are
In 2013, the Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods gained nationwide attention after being a "Featured Story" on KEZI 9 News in Oregon. Two of the "Four Founders" were interviewed.
ON THE NEWS
Currently, we, along with the help of Oregon State Representative Val Hoyle, are writing a bill to be voted on in Oregon in 2015 to recognize our tribe in the State of Oregon.
If you would like to help, please visit the "Contact Us" page and send a message.
Locally, nationally and internationally, The Una Tribe of Mixed-Bloods is a vocal advocate for the Mixed-Blood Native Americans.
Through our efforts, we hope to obtain State then Federal Recognition as the first Mixed-Blood Tribe in the United States.
In 2009, we started with four members, and now currently boast more than 375 members!
If you are interested in obtaining membership with our tribe, please visit this link: Enroll Una.
SINCE 2009 WE HAVE WORKED TO ENSURE OUR RIGHTS
Now, five years later, after many hours of meetings and phone conversations with government officials, a bill is being written and voted on in the 2015 Oregon Legislative Session. Should it pass, our tribe will become the first officially recognized Mixed-Blood Tribe in the United States.
Richard E. Lake, II
Current Paramount Chief
Richard B. Lake, III
Son of Richard and Lucretia, and is currently the Council President.
Wife of the Paramount Chief, and currently a Council Senator.
L. J. Kincaid, III
Father of Lucretia, and currently a Council Senator.