I have a full blooded great grandmother who was Cherokee. I also have a full blood great grandparent who was full blooded chawktaw. Me & my father searched for years to find the records to no avail. There was a fire and my great grandmother rule numbers were burned in a fire. For years we've tried. However, we gave up in the late 1990s however my father has been very sick for years and I know we both have enough native American blogs too qualify for various benefits. PLEASE CAN YOU GIVE ME GUIDANCE HOW TO DO S Thank you, Sandra Parks~Vanek. My cell is **REDACTED**
Webmaster Response: The Bureau of Indian Affairs published a guide on this topic: http://www.bia.gov/cs/groups/public/documents/text/idc002656.pdf
I am currently in law school in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I provide consulting services to tribes who need support with organizational development, fundraising and the review and writing of legal codes. I am a native of CA and plan to return to Eureka in 2016.
I would like to know about job opportunites ; I have a J.D. and would like to use my legal background to advocate for native youth in the areas of education and wrap around social services.
Thanks in advance.
Could not find a "Staff" category on the first page. Might be helpful for those looking for a specific individual ... or ... name of a department manager. I may have just missed it as i was looking at the website.
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"Mitakuye Oyasin" (All My Relations).
The new website looks great, keep up the good work.
I send you all good wishes from West germany . I found your Page in my Town in Google.
Looks good guys
I was going through some old papers her at the office and noticed a newsletter that was from you California native food and nutrition program. I was wondering if you still did that news letter? and if so how would I go about to recieve it? Here at Pit River Health Service we have a weekly Diabetic class and I know our class would like to read it.
Nice website, very informative. I can't wait to shop!