The United Houma Nation Receives Historic Donation for a New Tribal Office

Chief August Creppel (left) and Lawyer Derrick Prentice (right) signing documents for the new tribal office. Houma, LA- Principal Chief August Creppel of the United Houma Nation (UHN) recently signed documents officially declaring ownership of it’s new tribal office and cultural center that was generously donated by the owners of the Oaks of Houma. This … Read more The United Houma Nation Receives Historic Donation for a New Tribal Office

Environmental Threats Survey

Hi UHN! We have attached a survey that will help identify and introduce topics surrounding environmental threats to the United Houma Nation in South Louisiana. We will eventually host live discussions on UHN’s social media with industry professionals to answer questions and address community concerns. Additionally, we will have written articles in our monthly newsletter. … Read more Environmental Threats Survey

Launching the UHN Custom Merchandise Store

The United Houma Nation has officially gone live with the UHN Merchandise Store featuring items such as masks, wearable pins, hats, and much more. With this launch, we have moved to a national shipping option for members all across the United States. Many of these orders have even reached states like Alaska and California. Any … Read more Launching the UHN Custom Merchandise Store

Being Houma

I once had a conversation with a good friend of mine in which I was asked to explain Federal Recognition and the tribe’s efforts towards gaining Recognition status. After a lengthy explanation detailing the years of struggle, I was asked, what I consider a profound question, “Why are you doing all of this? Why aren’t … Read more Being Houma

Daigleville “All Indian” School moves forward as being listed a National Historic Place in Terrebonne Parish

Houma, LA – The Daigleville all Indian School has just been accepted to move onto the next phase to be listed as a national historic place of the United Houma Nation. Recently, the United Houma Nation met with the Louisiana Historic Preservation Office over zoom to discuss the architectural significance of Daigleville School.  The period … Read more Daigleville “All Indian” School moves forward as being listed a National Historic Place in Terrebonne Parish

DOWN CELEBRATES TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF NOLA WITH FULL-LENGTH EXCLUSIVE LIVESTREAM AUGUST 29TH + WITH A PORTION TO BENEFIT THE UNITED HOUMA NATION

The cat is finally out of the bag, we have been working for a month now with Hardcore Records and the band DOWN!

DOWN is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary of Nola with a full-length Livestream on August 29th at 6 PM EST. They are graciously donating 10% of the ticket sales as well as 10% of the t-shirt sales to the United Houma Nation. Make sure you get your ticket; you do not want to miss it!

To read more or purchase your tickets click the following link https://bit.ly/3kAT23a.

To purchase the LIMITED UHN Shirt click the following link https://bit.ly/2XLER1l.