Council Members

Great Law of Peace Council Members

Member tribes of the Great Law of Peace, share kinship relationships, the use of wampum, and a consensus democracy governed by the constitution of the Great Law of Peace.   International members first joined the Great Law of Peace in 1610.

Turtle Island Interior and West Coast Tribes joined the Great Law of Peace prior to 1867 through the expansion of the Turtle Island fur trade.

Confederacies

Anishinaabe Innu Norumbega Wabash
Haudenosaunee Kispoko Three Fires
Blackfoot Montagnais Tsenacommacah
Illinois Myaamia Wabaanaki

Turtle Island Tribes

Abenaki Huron Mohegan Pequot
Algonquin Issinois Montaukett Piankeshaw
Arapaho Kickapoo Munsee Piscataway
Beothuk Kispoko Myaamia Podunk
Blackfoot Klamath Nacotchtank Potawatomi
Cayuga Lenape Nanticoke Powhatan
Chalahgawtha Mahican Narragansett Quinnipiac
Cherokee Maliseet Nipissing Roanoke
Cheyenne Mamaceqtaw Nipmuc Salish
Chowanoke Mascouten Nottoway Sauk
Conestoga Massachusett Nuu-chah-nulth Saulteaux
Cree Mattabesic Odawa Secotan
Croatan Mattabessett Ojibwe Shawnee
Dene Mekoche Oneida Tlingit
Erie Menominee Onondaga Tunxis
Gros Ventre Meskwaki Passmaquoddy Unami
Haida Mi’kmaq Paugusett Unquachog
Hathawekela Missiquoi Pekowi Wampanoag
Heiltsuk Mississauga Pennacook Wappinger
Ho-Chunk Mohawk Penobscot Weapemeoc

International

June 24, 1610, Great Law of Peace Wampum Treaty with the Holy See, Pope Paul V.