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North Central Section Maps, 1973-92

Section Changes:

  • In 1988, Sections NC-1A and NC-1B merged to form NC-1:

    NC-1 (1988-92)
    Mandan 372 (from NC-1A)
    Tahosa 383 (from NC-1A)
    Ha-Kin-Skay-A-Ki 387 (from NC-1A)
    Tupwee 536 (from NC-1A)
    Mic-O-Say 541 (from NC-1A)
    Crazy Horse 171 (nc)
        Tasunka Witco 171 (from NC-1A)
    Apoxky Aio 300 (from NC-1B)
    Tatokainyanka 356 (from NC-1B)
    Kola 464 (from NC-1B)


  • On July 1, 1993 Tetonwana 105 was reassigned from NC-2 to NC-4. Even though this is the same date that the Central Region Realignment would take place, the section was allowed to meet in September as planned, before becoming Section C-7:

    NC-4 (1993)
    Timmeu 74
    Kit-Ke-Hak-O-Kut 97
    Sac-N-Fox 108
    Miniconjou 438
    Mitigwa 450
    Cho-Gun-Mun-A-Nock 467
    Golden Sun 492
    We-U-Shi 517
    Three Arrows 510
    Tetonwana 105 (from NC-2)


    Trivia: the 1993 event patch was ordered with the designation "C-7".
    Reference: Golden Sun Lodge #492 Conclave Patch site



Mergers and Changes:

  • Tasunka Witco changed its name back to Crazy Horse Lodge #171
    Effective: 1988

  • Heart of America Council 307 (Tamegonit 147 & Tribe of Mic-O-Say), headquartered in Kansas City, KS moved across the Missouri River to Kansas City, MO.
    Effective: 1989

  • Cahokia 126 merged with Blackhawk 94 to form Kishkakon Lodge #32.
    Effective: 1991

    • Cahokia Mound (Cahokia 126) merged with Piasa Bird (Blackhawk 94) to form merged to form Trails West Council #112 in Wood River, IL.
      Effective: 1991

  • Tri-Trails Cncl (Three Arrows 510) was absorbed into Overland Trails Cncl #322 (We-U-Shi 517) in Grand Island, NE.
    Effective: 1993

  • Southeast Iowa (Silver Tomahawk 80), from NC-5, and Saukee Area (Maheengun 136), from EC-3B, merged to form Mississippi Valley Council #141 in Quincy, IL.
    Effective: 1993

  • Southeast Missouri merged into St. Louis Area Council #312.
    Based on the decision to keep Southeast Missouri's Camp Lewallen in operation, the merger agreement with St. Louis Area Council-- which was given approval by National-- allowed Anpetu-We 100 to remain and support Camp Lewallen.
    Effective: 1993
    Reference: Tony L. Smee, Anpetu-We Lodge #100

    Currently, this is the only instance where two lodges serve the same council. For about six years, Silver Tomahawk 80 and Maheengun 136 existed as separate lodges within Mississippi Valley Council. They had originally merged in 1994, then split back in 1997, before finally merging in 2003 to form Black Hawk Lodge #67.



pre-1993 NC Region Section Listing
NC-1
Crazy Horse 171
Apoxky Aio 300
Tatokainyanka 356
Mandan 372
Tahosa 383
Ha-Kin-Skay-A-Ki 387
Kola 464
Tupwee 536
Mic-O-Say 541
NC-2
Tonkawampus 16
Blue Ox 26
Pa-Hin 27
Naguonabe 31
Wahpekute 53
Mesabi 196
Agaming 257
Nahak 526
NC-3
Osage 42
Nik-Ka-Ga-Hah 91
Tamegonit Lodge #147
& Tribe of Mic-O-Say^ (H Roe Bartle SR)
Heart of America Council #307 Kansas City MO
Nani-Ba-Zhu 321
Dzie-Hauk Tonga 429
Kidi Kidish 434
Hi-Cha-Ko-Lo 458
& Tribe of Quivira^
Quivira Council #198 Wichita KS
NC-4
Timmeu 74
Tetonwana 105
Sac-N-Fox 108
Kit-Ke-Hak-O-Kut 97
Miniconjou 438
Mitigwa 450
Cho-Gun-Mun-A-Nock 467
Golden Sun 492
Three Arrows 510
We-U-Shi 517
NC-5
Kishkakon 32
Shawnee 51
Silver Tomahawk 80
Taleka 81
Anpetu-we 100
Nampa-Tsi 216
Ney-A-Ti 240
Not assigned
Tribe of Mic-O-Say (Camp Geiger)^ Pony Express Council #311 St. Joseph MO








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