Cornplanter’s pipe tomahawk officially repatriated to Seneca Nation

A meaningful piece of history has been officially restored to the Seneca Nation’s ownership.

Nation leaders welcomed officials from the New York State Museum to Salamanca on January 9, 2020 to announce that a pipe tomahawk originally given to the respected Seneca leader and diplomat Cornplanter Continue reading

Amber Penn-Roco Promoted to Partner at Galanda Broadman

Chehalis Tribal Citizen’s Practices Focuses on Indigenous Environmental and Cultural Protection

Seattle, WA – On January 1, 2020, the Galanda Broadman law firm welcomed Amber Penn-Roco into its ownership ranks. Amber’s practice focuses on Indigenous environmental compliance, permitting, and litigation, from the tribal governmental point of view. Continue reading