Butte Tribe Family Seal

Butte Tribe of Bayou Bourbeaux proudly introduces the Great Seal of the Butte Indians. The Butte Tribes totem, the Black Bear, is represented in the graphic which tells the story of Butte Hill, the indigenous mound of the Butte Indians in Natchitoches Parish. The mound has been guarded by the Butte Indians for close to 200 years. The symbols of Two Moons & White Smoke, the last family ancestors to be buried on Butte Hill, has been placed in honor of these two elders. A great big thanks goes out to our cousin, Kim Roberts, for all the inspiration and help that she gave me to create our seal. bb