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The Wendat (Huron) are an Aboriginal people whose descendants live in four communities across North America – in Quebec, Michigan, Kansas and Oklahoma – and separately across the continent.
If you are prepared to take everything at face value and weed through what might be less than scrupulous people, then you might make a few good friends.
If practicing exclusively Native American dating is important to you, then consider other ways to meet fellow Natives.
Online communities are fine, but nothing can replace face to face interaction that permits eye contact, facial expressions, and better conversation.
Mailbag Question: In the very near future, I am planning on asking a woman of mixed Sioux and Cherokee descent to marry me.