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Always a Warrior; Never a Tribe
2014 Remember the Removal Riders Chosen
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Doubting the Bering Strait Theory
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Mohawk Storyteller Kay Olan on TV
Continuing Progress With Tribes
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SCIA Minority Staff Director Leaving Senate for NCAI
Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo), vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs announced this morning that David Mullon, the minority staff director and chief counsel for t...
Cherokee American Football League Founder Bud Adams Walks On
It was 54 years ago that Bud Adams and Lamar Hunt announced that they had created the American Football League to compete with the National Football League...
Cherokee Elders Among 50 Honored By AARP
Three Cherokee citizens were among 50 Native Americans statewide recognized October 1 at this year’s American Association of Retired Persons Oklahoma Indian Elder Honors banquet in...
Oklahoma Tribes Weathering the Shutdown
In the Southwest Oklahoma town of Anadarko, Oklahoma, one of the largest employers is the federal government...
The Bigger Pot: Cherokees Earn Big, Share the Wealth
The Cherokee Nation owns and operates eight gaming facilities in Oklahoma—located in the cities of Roland, Catoosa, West Siloam Springs, Tahlequah, Fort Gibson, Sallisaw and Ramona...
Cherokee Tea Party House Member Gives Up Salary During Shutdown
One of the major ironies and consternations of the ongoing federal government shutdown, which began October 1, is that the U.S...
Rock ‘n’ Roll: Cherokees Celebrate 20 Years of Gaming From Bingo to Hard Rock
What debuted in 1993 as a nearly 41,000-square-foot bingo hall in Catoosa, Oklahoma, staffed by 80 people, has grown to become a 1.3 million-square-foot resort run by 1,534, plus 1...
Adoptees Express Anguish Over Veronica’s Separation Through Poetry
Three adult adoptees, all non-Indian, have turned to poetry to share their overwhelming grief for Veronica Brown’s inevitable separation anxiety; for Dusten Brown’s loss of his chi...
An Emotional Reaction: Mothers, Adoptive Parents and Adoptees Speak Out About Baby Veronica's Removal
In the wake of Dusten Brown’s forced relinquishment of his biological daughter Veronica to Matt and Melanie Capobianco of South Carolina, birth mothers, adoptive parents and adopte...
Keeping Language Alive: Cherokee Letters Being Translated for Yale
Century-old journals, political messages and medicinal formulas handwritten in Cherokee and archived at Yale University are being translated for the first time...
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Cherokee Nation's Valentines for Veterans
Tribal Council Strengthens Contracting Preference for Cherokees
Sacred Site Advocates Ask Senate to Heed Keith Harper Concerns
Cherokee Nation Marshals Secure Military Vehicle for Search & Rescues
Native History: Inaugural Edition of ‘Cherokee Phoenix’ Published
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