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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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Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma Voter Registration

Elections will be held on May 6th, 2017, from 10am-noon, with lunch provided
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OU Norman - Native American Studies Program

In its 14-year history, the Department of Native American Studies has grown substantially and gained a national reputation for the quality of its graduates.
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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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Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma & Nebraska Food Distribution

If you bring in all information requested and found to be eligible for the program, you can pick up your food on the day you apply.
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Pawnee Nations of Oklahoma & Nebraska Continuing Education

Services include assisting with job searches, temporary job training placements, vocational training programs, resume preparation, supportive services.
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Pawnee Nations of Oklahoma & Nebraska Housing

Our mission is to improve the overall wellness and lifestyle of Pawnee Tribal members and Native Americans within our community.
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Peoria Tribe of Indians Car Registration

The Miami Nation’s Tag Agent has been designated as the Tag Agent for the Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma.
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Peoria Tribe of Indians Housing

Forced from their ancestral lands in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Missouri, the Peorias were relocated first in Missouri, then in Kansas, and Oklahoma.
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Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Child Care

This program is to provide childcare services and activities to improve the availability and quality of childcare.
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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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Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Scholarships

National Indian Education Association’s site posts scholarships available
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Ponca Tribe of Indians

580.762.8104

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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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Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Car Tags

The Ponca Taxation Act is to provide simple, fair, straightforward and efficient procedures for the licensing and regulation of the collection of certain revenue and taxes.
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Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Continuing Education

The Ponca Tribe is here for you in every stage of your education all the way through job training.
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Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Food Distribution Program

Each month participating households receive a food package to maintain a nutritionally balanced diet.
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Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Housing

Renting or buying a home can be stressful, let us help!
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Ponca Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma Scholarships

You must enroll in 12 college credit hours per semester in order to qualify for a full scholarship.
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Quapaw Tribe of Indians Car Registration

The Motor Vehicle Title and Registration Department handles all transactions in relation to Tribal motor vehicle titles and registrations.
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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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Quapaw Tribe of Indians Housing

Provides a grant to fund services to repair, renovate, replace, or provide housing for low-income families having substandard housing or who are without housing.
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