The project builds on a 2002 feasibility study by the firm MaHoC
(updating with the expected task) confirming the need for a high capacity (95 hotel rooms, 220 beds) facing a shortage on the regional territory around a multistandard in harmony with the cultural project program: a concept: "to sleep Familistre" / a stay at Familistre: weekly, the night / a themed hotel-related Godin Familistre Site with quality restoration on the site / and several categories: multistandard Suite 4 stars in shared rooms of 4 people 1 star.
These three eastern Siouan confederacies, the Monacan Nation, included: (1) the Monacan confederacy identified as including the Monacan, Meiponsky, Mahoc
, Nunaneuck or Nuntily, and the Mohetan or Moneton; (2) the Tutelo or Nahyssan confederacy comprising the Yesang or Tutelo, the Saponi, and the Occanichi or Occaneechi; and (3) the Manahoac confederacy containing the Hassinnungas, Manahoac, Outponeas, Stegarake, Shakakoni, Tauxitonia, Tegninateos, and Whonkenteas.
These included: 1) the Monacan confederacy identified as containing the Monacans or Manakins, Meiponsky, Mahoc
, Nunaneuck or Nuntily, Mohetan or Moneton; 2) the Nahyssan or Tutelo confederacy comprising the Yesang or Yesah, also known as Tutelo, the Monasukapanough or Saponi, and the Occanichi or Occaneechi; and the Manahoac confederacy including the Hassinnungas, Manahoac, Outponeas, Stegarke, Shakakoni, Tauxitonia, Tegninateas, and Whonhentees.