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Delaware Nation Enrollment

The Enrollment Department assists and screens applicants for Delaware Nation citizenship.

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Delaware Tribe of Indians Enrollment

In order to be enrolled on our tribal roll, your ancestor(s) by blood must have been living in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) in 1906, and enrolled on our tribal base roll
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Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma Tribal Registration

The Eastern Shawnee tribe is dedicated to excellence in our journey to build the tribe of the future.
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Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Enrollment

To improve the economic and social quality of life, for our tribal members and the adjacent communities.
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Kaw Nation Enrollment

The tribe was of the Siouan linguistic stock; and Kansa, or Kansas, is a Siouan word which means Wind People or People of the Southwind.
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Kialegee Tribal Town Enrollment

Membership in the town is matrilineal, meaning that people become members automatically if their mother is a member.
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Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma Enrollment

In the past, Kickapoo Indians also used a unique linguistic code called "whistle speech" to convey simple utterances, but today that is a lost art.
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Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma Enrollment

We appreciate your support as we continually work towards enhancing the overall quality of life of the Kiowa people!
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Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Enrollment

In our language we are myaamia - the downstream people. Today you will hear our name pronounced Miami, a derivation of our traditional name.
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Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma Tribal Enrollment

The ancestral home of the Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma consisted of some 5,000 square miles (an estimated 3.2 million acres) along what is now the California-Oregon border.
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Otoe-Missouria Tribe of Indians Enrollment

The Otoe-Missouria Tribe has more than 3,300 members located throughout the United States.
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Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma Tribal Enrollment

The Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma, a sovereign Indian nation and federally recognized Indian tribe, in order to promote the common good and well-being of all members
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Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma & Nebraska Enrollment

The Pawnees, classified as a “friendly tribe” by the U.S. Government, were men and women of great courage and endurance.
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Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Enrollment

The Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma is a confederation of Kaskaskia, Peoria, Piankeshaw and Wea Indians united into a single tribe in 1854.
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Ponca Tribe of Indians Enrollment

The Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma is a federally recognized tribe primarily located in Kay County
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Quapaw Tribe of Indians Enrollment

The Dhegiha split into the tribes known today as the Quapaw, Osage, Ponca, Kansa and Omaha when they left the Ohio Valley.
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Sac and Fox Nation Enrollment

The Sac and Fox culture is based upon respect for the life within themselves, their families, their communities, and all of creation.
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Seneca - Cayuga Nation Enrollment

The name of this tribe is from the Iroquoian term which means “people of the standing of projecting rock or stone,”
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Shawnee Tribe Enrollment

The Shawnee Tribe became a separately federally recognized Tribe when Congress enacted the legislation known as Public Law 106-568, or the Shawnee Tribe Status Act of 2000
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Thlopthlocco Tribal Town Enrollment

Membership into Thlopthlocco Tribal Town allows you to continue your shared past into a shared future.
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Tonkawa Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Enrollment

The Tonkawa Tribal Reserve is located in Kay County, in Northern Oklahoma.
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Wichita and Affiliated Tribes Enrollment

Archaeologists believe that the heritage of the Wichitas may be traced back at least 800 years to the Washita River culture of central and western Oklahoma.
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Wyandotte Nation Enrollment

“Of all the savage allies of Great Britain in the West, the Wyandots were the most powerful.
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