What You and Triangle Native American Society (TNAS) Can Achieve?


Secure funding from private donations for continued funding of Mark Ulmer Scholarship Program and cultural events.

TNAS Logo TNAS Community Activities

  • Host Hospitality Suite during Annual NC Indian Unity Conference when held in Raleigh Area
  • Founded the Mark Ulmer Native American Scholarship Fund
  • Cultural Awareness Presentations to universities, public and private schools and civic groups
  • Annually participate in the International Festival of Raleigh
  • Representation on the Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Human Relations Commission for the City of Raleigh
  • Meredith Page Program
  • Co-sponsor Annual Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner with NC Museum of Science & Natural History
  • Annual Participation in Annual NC Indian Unity Conference
  • Annual participation in the Multiple Sclerosis Walkathon
  • Annual Pow Wow at State Farmers Market
  • Annually host a formal Native American Indian Heritage Scholarship Gala
  • Secured funding for a statewide needs assessment of Indian communities

TNAS Logo TNAS Past Projects

  • First featured group at the International Festival in Raleigh
  • Developed Indian license plate for the 1986 Year of the Native American
  • Co-Sponsored first state Native American Art Show at State Museum of Natural Science
  • Sponsored first National Native American Art Show at Duke University
  • Co-sponsored the cleaning of Rachel Blythe tombstone and the erecting of A.G. Bauer tombstone at Oakwood Cemetery (caring for the remains of our ancestors)
  • Co-sponsored a lecture and reception on the A.G. Bauer Building and the Blythe-Bauer marriage at the State Capitol
  • Established the Title IX Indian Education Program in Wake County
  • Co-sponsored coffee at Governor’s Mansion


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