Pequot Tribes patch up old dispute
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The Eastern Pequot Tribe and the Paucatuck Eastern Pequot Tribe, both of Connecticut, have been working to form a joint government now that they have been recognized as one historic tribe.

The tribes were previously split but officials now say those differences are in the past. A joint pow-wow to celebrate their new partnership is planned for September 21 and 22.

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Easterns, Paucatucks work toward unity (The New London Day 7/11)

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