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Governor’s Report - November

Governor’s Report - November

December 21, 2018 | Absentee Shawnee Governor's Report

Hello Tribal PeopleHope everyone is doing well in this cold weather that we have been experiencing lately.As the holidays are fast approaching, the Tribe will be very busy planning different activities. The Absentee Shawnee Tribal Christmas Party will be d...

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Choctaw Nation Growth Continues into 2019

Choctaw Nation Growth Continues into 2019

December 21, 2018 | Choctaw Voices

The family of U. S. Army Pvt. Charles G. Kaniatobe was honored by Chief Gary Batton during the annual Choctaw Nation Veterans Ceremony held in the heart of Choctaw Nation, Tvshka Homma, on Saturday, Nov. 10. The Christmas season is a time of faith and family. ...

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Native American Tribal Nation Mini-Lesson: Chickasaw Nation

Native American Tribal Nation Mini-Lesson: Chickasaw Nation

December 19, 2018 | Corinne Oestreich

Though November is over, and Native American Heritage month is done, the celebration of our heritages never stops. So I will be continuing with a few more Tribal Nation Mini-lessons. Today's mini-lesson is on the great Chickasaw Nation. Traditional Chickasaw t...

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CN Angel Project: A Brighter Day For Children In Need

CN Angel Project: A Brighter Day For Children In Need

December 14, 2018 | Cherokee Nation Notes From The Chief

Osiyo - All children deserve the joy of a bountiful Christmas morning and the experience of tearing open a gift especially selected and wrapped for them. As a father, grandfather and now great-grandfather, it is a tradition I never grow tired of watch...

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Saving Our Cherokee Language by Identifying Fluent Speakers

Saving Our Cherokee Language by Identifying Fluent Speakers

December 13, 2018 | Cherokee Nation Notes From The Chief

Cherokee Nation is embarking on a huge undertaking: surveying our citizens for an accurate number of fluent Cherokee speakers. Knowing our baseline number of speakers is essential as we continue our aggressive work in Cherokee language revitalization. As of to...

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Native America Tribal Nation Mini-Lesson: Seminole Nation

Native America Tribal Nation Mini-Lesson: Seminole Nation

November 26, 2018 | Corinne Oestreich

Today we are going to learn a little about the Seminole nation! The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma's ancestral lands are in Florida. During the Second Seminole War of the 1830s, 3,000 Seminole and 500 Black Seminole were forced to move to Oklahoma. The Black Semi...

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Native America Tribal Nations Mini-lesson: Caddo Nation

Native America Tribal Nations Mini-lesson: Caddo Nation

November 26, 2018 | Corinne Oestreich

Today's mini-lesson is on the Caddo Nation in Oklahoma. While the Caddo reservation is in Oklahoma, traditional Caddo territory covers the Southeast part of Oklahoma, the North East corner of Texas, the Northwest corner of Louisiana, and the western half of Ar...

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Native America Tribal Nations Mini-lesson: Kiowa Nation

Native America Tribal Nations Mini-lesson: Kiowa Nation

November 26, 2018 | Corinne Oestreich

  Today's Mini-lesson is on the Kiowa Nation! The red splotch in the image above is the traditional lands of the Kiowa nation people. For most of the 18th and 19th centuries, the Kiowa couldn't be bothered by European Settlers. The Kiowa and Comanche con...

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Native American Tribal Nations Mini-Lesson: Modoc Nation

Native American Tribal Nations Mini-Lesson: Modoc Nation

November 26, 2018 | Corinne Oestreich

Today we are going to learn about the Modoc Nation in Oregon and Oklahoma. No that wasn't a typo. The Modoc nation's original tribal lands were in what is now known as Klamath Oregon and extended down into Northern California. The Modoc existed just south of t...

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Governor’s Report - October

Governor’s Report - October

November 14, 2018 | Absentee Shawnee Governor's Report

Hello Tribal People.I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying this fine weather we have been having. I would like to mention the General Council Meeting has been set for October 27, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. in the Multi-Purpose Building on the Absentee Sh...

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Chief’s Column: Veterans’ Advocates Make a Difference

Chief’s Column: Veterans’ Advocates Make a Difference

November 14, 2018 | Choctaw Voices

Our Choctaw veterans are courageous warriors–tvshka–who have defended this land through centuries of battles.  There are approximately 1.3 million men and women on active duty, with 200,000 of them stationed overseas.  Reports also show th...

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