Recently the Wampanoag Indian Tribe was recognized by the US government. For decades, the tribe has worked toward recognition. As the Indians who helped the Pilgrims survive in a new world, their place in history has always been fact.
Their web page http://mashpeewampanoagtribe.com/ has useful and informative history, culture, and current articles. There are updates about the tribe's business activities, events, and agendas on the website. They have videos and pictures about various topics.
If you are coming to Cape Cod for the summer, see if they have a local event planned. The annual Pow-Wow every summer is an interesting view of history and culture. Indians from all over the US and other Americans come to participate.
Mashpee MA has been developed over the years as a summer resort area on Cape Cod. There are beaches nearby, shopping, boating, fishing, and lots of great food. Whether you visit the Mashpee Commons for food, shopping and a movie, or New Seabury for golf, or Popponesset for concerts and boating, or the Wampanoag Pow-Wow for history in July (4-6), there is a lot to enjoy in the land of the Wampanoags.