Catawba Indian Nation

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Mailing Address:
Federally Recognized Tribe
Chief Donald W.Rodgers
Assistant Chief Gene Blue
Other Contact Jason Harris Sec/Treasurer
P. O. Box 188, Catawba
SC 29704

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Phone:(803)366-4792 or (803)366-8750
Fax: (803)366-9150 or (803)985-3540

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