Pokegnek pene ga edawat zhode, mine wi gage-edawat zhode
The Pokagons have always lived here. And will always live here.
Potawatomi people have called the land in the lower Great Lakes area home for hundreds of years. Around the turn of the nineteenth century when American immigrants first came to southwestern Michigan, they would have found the Potawatomi leader Leopold Pokagon and his villagers living in what is now Bertrand Township, Michigan. More...
After November 30, the Hartford Citgo station will no longer offer tax exempt motor fuel for Pokagon citizens. Citizens can still make tax exempt fuel purchases at the Benton Harbor Marathon, US 12 Liquor, and Gas and Sister Lakes Marathon.
Election packet for the January Special Election available.