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Indian Country Remembers Tunica-Biloxi Chairman Earl Barbry
The following are statements made by people throughout Indian country on the passing of Earl Barbry Sr., who was 62 when he walked on July 31 after a long battle with cancer...
Earl Barbry, Longest-Serving Chairman in Indian Country, Walks On
He was just 28 years old when he first took office as chairman of the Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana in 1978 and it’s a title Earl Barbry Sr...
Barbry Honored with United South and Eastern Tribes Award
On May 14, the United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. presented its inaugural USET Lifetime Achievement Award to Earl Barbry Sr., Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana chairman...