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Quapaw Tribe of Indians Scholarships

Students accepted for funding through the Quapaw Department of Higher Education Program will be awarded $150.00 per credit hour up to a maximum of $1,500.00 a semester.
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Quapaw Tribe of Indians Voter Registration

"Registered Voter" a person of Quapaw blood who is duly registered to vote.
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Rainmaker Media Group LLC

Rainmaker Media Group LLC is a professional public relations and media services firm, specializing in economic development marketing in Indian County.
480.744.8668

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Sac and Fox Nation

918.968.3526

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Sac and Fox Nation Car Registration

The Sac and Fox Nation Tax Commission's responsibility is to administer and enforce the Nation's tax laws
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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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Sac and Fox Nation Food Distribution Program

Our main program is located 5.5 miles south of Stroud, OK at the Sac and Fox Nation Tribal Headquarters
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Sac and Fox Nation Housing

To provide decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing to eligible, low income Sac & Fox tribal members.
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Sac and Fox Nation Scholarships

Our programs are funded either through the Sac and Fox Nation's Revenue Allocation Plan (RAP), which is for tribal members only, or Federal, Department of Interior (DOI).
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Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Child Care

The SNCDC is dedicated to enhancing the quality and affordability of child care for all Native American families.
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Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Food Distribution Program

The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) is a Federal program that provides commodity foods to low-income households.
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Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Housing

The Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma utilizes funds from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's Indian Housing Block Grants.
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Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Internships & Scholarships

The Seminole Nation offers many different options for your educational or job needs.
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Seneca - Cayuga Nation Car Registration

The Seneca-Cayuga Tag Office offers tags to the Oklahoma Seneca-Cayuga Members.
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Seneca - Cayuga Nation Child Care

Childcare assistance through Tribal CCDF enables parents to pursue education, training, and/or employment.
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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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Seneca - Cayuga Nation Food Distribution Program

To be eligible to participate, the household must contain at least one person who is a member of a federally recognized tribe.
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Seneca - Cayuga Nation Housing

Housing your family for the future
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Seneca - Cayuga Nation Scholarships

Two hundred students shall be funded per semester.
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Shawnee Tribe

918.542.2441

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Shawnee Tribe Car Registration

This Department sells Tribal tags for passenger vehicles, motorcycles, and motor homes.
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Shawnee Tribe Child Care

We help eligible families with their financial obligation for child care.
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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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