1. How do you pronounce Una? ew-nuh
  2. Are you a federally or state-recognized Native American tribe? No. We are a Native American Mixed-Blood tribe; the first one in the United States.
  3. Where are you located? Our headquarters is in Eugene, Oregon.
  4. Who can be a member? We do not have an enrollment application, as all Native American Mixed-Bloods are automatically members. No need to apply. 
  5. When were you founded? January 1, 2009.
  6. Who is a Mixed-Blood? A Mixed-Blood is someone who is of two or more races and claims a Native American ancestor no matter how far back.
  7. Do enrolled members have fishing and hunting rights? No. The Una Nation is not federally or state-recognized. 
  8. Do you plan to get state recognition? Yes. We are currently working to obtain state recognition from Oregon.
  9. Do you do an annual Powwow? Not currently. However, once we have land for our reservation, we will be planning an annual gathering. 
  10. My great-great-great-great-grandma was a Cherokee Princess. Can I be a member? Yes. If you identify as mixed-blood, then that qualifies you for enrollment. However, the Cherokee Nation claims there were never Indian Princesses, regardless that Princess is how the daughters of a Chief were referred to by the English.