Welcome to the official website for the Wassamasaw Tribe of Varnertown Indians. We are a South Carolina state recognized tribe under Chapter 31,
Title 1 of the SC Code of Laws of 1976, Section 1-31-40(A)(6)(10) and Chapter 139, Article 1 of the Code of Regulations. We are a 501 (c) 3 organization charted in South Carolina.
The Wassamasaw Tribe of Varnertown Indians is a Native American community located on highway 17-A between the towns of Moncks Corner and Summerville near Carnes Crossroads. Community members can trace their bloodlines to multiple Native American lineages including: Etiwan, Edisto, Catawba, Cherokee, and other Settlement Indians. This community resides in Berkeley County, which at one time stretched from St. James, Goose Creek Parish to St. John’s Parish. We have been known by different names, the most common are Varnertown Indians, Summerville Indians, and Wassamasaw Indians. Currently, we have over 1500 documented bloodline descendants with over 300 years of history.
The mission of the Wassamasaw Tribe of Varnertown Indians is to provide economic enhancment of the Varnertown Community: to eduate its members in their history and culture; to provide opportunities for its people to share their arts and culture; to preserve the history of traditions of its ancestors; and to promote public awareness of the communites contribution and existance in the general population.
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