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Welcome to the University Archives' exploration of American Indian history at Virginia Tech. Virginia Tech, as a diverse community, recognizes American Indian students, past and present. Statistics indicate that there are presently 54 self-identified American Indian students at Virginia Tech. The majority of these students are from Virginia and the southeast United States.

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The American Indian Studies Program at Virginia Tech commenced in the Fall of 2000, coordinated by Dr. Samuel R. Cook (sacook2@vt.edu). This project is a work-in-progress. Information on Virginian Indian tribes and American Indians at Virginia Tech is being received, updated and revised continually. We invite you to submit your feedback and suggestions.

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