Native Knot - Native American Businesses Indian Culture Attractions Events
Search
Totem Pole
Filters
Narrow by Tribe
Narrow by Area
 

Native Knot Cherokee Nation Tribe

The Cherokee Nation is the largest of three Cherokee federally recognized tribes in the United States. It was established in the 20th century and includes people descended from members of the old Cherokee Nation who relocated from the Southeast due to increasing pressure to Indian Territory and Cherokee who were forced to relocate on the Trail of Tears. The tribe also includes descendants of Cherokee Freedmen and Natchez Nation.

Cherokee Nation Career Services

Encouraging individals to achieve and maintain work habits and skills to be employable & self-sufficiency through education, training, rehabilitation and supportive services.
918.453.5555

Quick View

Cherokee Nation Community & Cultural Outreach

Is designed to strengthen Cherokee communities, through Training, Volunteer, Community Outreach and Work.
Today's Hours: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
918.207.4950

Hours
Quick View

Cherokee Nation Holiday

Osiyo! We invite you to join us for the Cherokee National Holiday, a celebration of Cherokee heritage, cultural awareness and reuniting families.
Quick View

Cherokee Nation TERO Department

TERO monitors and enforces the Cherokee Nation Tribal TERO Ordinance to ensure employment rights are protected
918.453.5334

Quick View

Cherokee Nation Car Registration

Cherokee Nation Tags are available to all Cherokee Nation Citizens residing within the State of Oklahoma.
Quick View

Cherokee Nation Food Distribution Program

The food distribution stores operate in a grocery store environment that allows participants to shop in a comfortable and familiar setting.
Quick View

Cherokee Nation Housing Authority

HACN has renewed its commitment to providing new construction opportunities to Cherokee families
918.456.5482

Quick View

Cherokee Nation Tribal Citizenship

Cherokee Nation citizenship, individuals must provide documents connecting them to an enrolled direct ancestor who is listed on the Dawes Roll with a blood degree.
Quick View

Cherokee Nation Tribe Child Care

The mission of the Early Childhood Unit is to bring about a greater degree of social competence in children who may be disadvantaged.
Quick View

Cherokee Nation Voter Registration

The person shall be a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and 18 years of age or older on or prior to June 03, 2017.
Quick View

Newest Native Knot Contests

No contests at this time.