Natalie Proctor and Mervin Savoy, both of the Piscataway-Conoy Confederacy, embrace at a 2012 ceremony to celebrate Maryland's recognition of two tribes of Piscataway Indians.

Natalie Proctor and Mervin Savoy, both of the Piscataway-Conoy Confederacy, embrace at a 2012 ceremony to celebrate Maryland's recognition of two tribes of Piscataway Indians.

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Piscataway Indians have lived in Prince George's County a long time -- some 24,000 years. And modern day members of the tribe want you to know: They're still here.

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