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Constitution and by-laws of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

Constitution and by-laws of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

ratified October 10, 1939.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Miami Tribe of Oklahoma -- Constitution,
  • Miami Tribe of Oklahoma -- By-laws,
  • Miami Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Oklahoma,
  • Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Oklahoma

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNative American legal materials collection -- title 2547.
    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Indian Affairs.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18920525M
    OCLC/WorldCa30057267

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MIAMI TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA. NOTIFICATION. MARCH 2 5, The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma is informed that one of its employees unfortunately tested positive for Covid The Tribe has reported this information to the appropriate federal authority responsible for notify ing other individuals potentially exposed.

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Office of Indian Affairs.]. attached Constitution and By-Laws of the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma. All rules and regulations heretofore promulgated by the Interior Department or by the Office of Indian Affairs, so far as they may be incompatible with any of the provisions of the said Constitution and By-laws, are hereby declared inapplicable to the Kickapoo Tribe of Size: KB.

BACK TO CONSTITUTIONS MAIN PAGE CONSTITUTION. OF THE. MIAMI TRIBE OKLAHOMA. PREAMBLE. We, the Miami Indians of Oklahoma, for the purpose of preserving our cultural heritage, promoting the general welfare of our people and taking further advantage of the opportunities for self determination and economic independence, as provided under the Thomas-Rogers Oklahoma Indian.

Structuring Constitution and by-laws of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma book Constitutions of Native Nations, part of the Tribal Legal Studies Textbook Series, is designed to serve as a guide to communities engaged in the process of drafting a constitution and to students who are studying that any nation, Indigenous or non-Indigenous, drafting and adopting a constitution is more than a legal process.

CORPORATE CHARTER OF THE MIAMI TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA A FEDERAL CORPORATION CHARTERED UNDER THE ACT OF J Whereas, the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma constitutes a recognized tribe of Indians residing in Oklahoma, organized under a constitution and by-laws approved by the Assistant Secretary of the Interior on.

Compiled by: Michele Seikel Edmon Low Library Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Ok @ August Author: Suzanne Reinman. The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma is a federally recognized, sovereign tribal government organized under the Thomas-Rogers Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of J (49 Stat.

), with a Constitution and By-Laws approved by the U.S. Secretary of Interior on Augand amended and approved by the U.S. Secretary of Interior on February. If your tribe would like to participate in this online resource, please visit our Access to Tribal Law Project.

Get Help Drafting Tribal Law. Tribal Law Drafting Guide. Tribal legal assistance: The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) may be able to provide assistance with drafting tribal law. Contact NARF to. Constitution and By-laws for the Iowa Tribe of Indians of the Iowa Reservation in Nebraska and Kansas.

Approved Febru Constitution and By-laws of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. Ratified Octo 1 v. Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., Thomas Law Book, Mills, Lawrence. Oklahoma’s Poor Rich Indians: An. Title Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. Constitution and by-laws of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma [microform]: ratified Octo Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., 4 p. ; 24 cm. OCLC # = | View full record. Title Miami Tribe of Oklahoma. Corporate Charter of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma [microform]: ratified June 1, This Constitution and By-laws shall be effective when approved by the Secretary of the Interior and ratified by a majority vote of the members of the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma voting at an election called by the Secretary of the Interior under rules and regulations which he may prescribe pursuant to section 3 of the Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of.

Full text of "ERIC ED Charters, Constitutions and By-Laws of the Indian Tribes of North America, Part V: [The Indian Tribes of Oklahoma (Alabama-Quassarte to the Osage)].See other formats. The tribe's constitution and by-laws (drafted by Houston Klinecole under the direction of tribal elders and approved by the BIA) were adopted in and amended in and The Tribal Council is made up of all tribal members over the age of eighteen, with a chair, a vice chair, and a secretary-treasurer as officers/5(5).

The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma is one of two Federally recognized tribes for the Iowa other is the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and ionally Iowas spoke the Chiwere language, part of the Souian language family. Their own name for their tribe is Bahkhoje, meaning, "grey snow," a term inspired by the tribe's traditional winter lodges covered with snow, stained grey from hearth fires.

Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma 13 S. 69 A Miami, OK churches, schools, etc. in its history. The tribe's online Our Land and Culture Book suggests Catholic religous records from their geographical location can be helpful in family history research Constitution and By-Laws of the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma; Tribe and Band Government.

Constitution and By-laws of the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma Septem ; Kickapoo File More Counts Against Former Tribal Leaders J ; Turtle Talk - Complaint in Kickapoo Tribe v.

Cadue Aug ; Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas Selects Lester Randall as New Leader Octo The Alabama–Quassarte Tribal Town is both a federally recognized Native American tribe and a traditional township of Muskogean-speaking Alabama and Coushatta (also known as Quassarte) peoples. Their traditional languages include Alabama, Koasati, and ofthe tribe includes enrolled members, who live within the state of Oklahoma as well as Texas, Louisiana, & Arizona.

Inthe tribe organized as the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma, under the Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act. They adopted a Constitution and by-laws by a vote of 64 for and 26 against on 18 Septemberwhich established the offices of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, and one councilman.

According to the tribal entities’ evidence, the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma was organized in pursuant to the Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of (25 U.S.C. § ) and is governed by a. San Carlos Apache Tribe. According to the Constitution and by-laws of the San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona, all marriages shall be in accordance with state laws.

On OctoArizona's ban on same-sex marriage was declared unconstitutional. Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.According to the tribal entities’ evidence, the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma was organized in pursuant to the Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of (25 U.S.C.

§ ) and is governed by a.history of the tribe titled, The Miami Indians (). Much of the collection consists of items used by Dr. Anson for research of the book and includes notes, photocopies of treaties and legal proceedings, tribal genealogies, correspondence, and other materials relating to the Miami Indian tribe.