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Joy Harjo Becomes First Native American and Oklahoman Poet Laureate of the United States

Press Release Librarian of Congress Names Joy Harjo the Nation’s 23rd Poet Laureate Harjo is the First Native American to serve as U.S. Poet Laureate and is a Member of the Muscogee Creek Nation.   Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden today announced the appointment of Joy Harjo as the nation’s 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry … Continue reading

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Future of Tulsa Creek Indian Community Smoke Shop in Limbo Due to River Spirit “Gasino” Plans – Meeting Scheduled 1-24-19

Posted By Staff Writer Letter sent out to TCIC Members on Jan. 18, 2019: The Riverside Indian Smoke shop (RISS) is an enterprise of the Tulsa Creek Indian Community. The smoke shop has been in operation for more than 20 years and has made money for the community and has paid taxes to the Muscogee … Continue reading

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National Tribal Conservation Districts and USDA Tribal Conference Hosted by: Indian Nations Conservation Alliance (INCA) November 26 – 30, 2018

Caring for Mother Earth, Plants and Animals and Strengthening the Circle of Life Through Conservation Location:  Hard Rock Resort and Casino 777 W. St. Catoosa, OK 74015 Room Reservations :1-800-760-6700 Casino Airport Shuttle: 1- 918-384-7673. Registration – $400.00 Three Lunches are included with Registration Daily Registration is $80.00/day with lunch   Monday, November 26, 2018 … Continue reading

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WHY YOU DESERVE BETTER TRIBAL GOVERNMENT: Part 4, Treaties – What to do about them, and what to do with them.

By Rob Trepp Edited by Eddie Mouss Every Muscogee citizen that wants to have a background on our political history needs to review our treaties. They actually start before the 1763 Treaty with four southern governors at Charleston, colony of Carolina, as well as with France and Spain and Great Britain. Resources are limited and … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month 15th Annual Pink Party – Sharon Mouss, Survivor

Original date: October 25, 2017 INTRODUCTION: Sharon Fife Mouss is 21/32 Creek, Wvtkvlke, Tukabatche Tribal Town, and a member of Thewarle Baptist Church. She lives in Henryetta with her husband Edward. They have two daughters, Lea and Sharry; one son, Eddie; and a grandson, Damon. Sharon taught composition and technical writing for 25 years at … Continue reading

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Images From The Old Homelands Pt. 1

Posted by Eddie Mouss All photos and captions attributed to Stacy Pratt, PhD. These photos were taken on October 11, 2017, at sites at Fort Toulouse and near Hickory Ground (Oce Opofv) in Alabama and at Ocmulgee National Park near Macon, Georgia. A big thank you to Stacy Pratt, PhD for being gracious enough to … Continue reading

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Images from the Old Homelands Pt. 2

Posted by Eddie Mouss Photos and captions attributed to Stacy Pratt, PhD. These photos were taken on October 12, 2017, at the Etowah Indian Mounds near Cartersville in Bartow County, Georgia, and Moundville, Alabama. A big thank you to Stacy Pratt, PhD for sending Tribal Town Radio these pictures.  These images represent the first original … Continue reading

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2017 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Council Seat B Official Primary Results – UPDATE

By Eddie Mouss UPDATE: This article was updated on September 27, 2017, to reflect the official results. Okmulgee, Oklahoma – On September 16, 2017, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation held primary elections to decide Seat B representation on the National Council. The official results are now available as of September 27, 2017. The MCN election Board’s websites states … Continue reading

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Op/Ed: WHY YOU DESERVE BETTER TRIBAL GOVERNMENT – PART 2: CONSTITUTION

A constitution does not need to be a written document, although in practice that is usually the case. Continue reading

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Belated Happy Treaty of New York Day (August 7, 1790)

“The artist dressed us wrong. He was painting a scene 109 years past, but there were accurate portraits available in lithographs. He should have found them.” ~ Rob Trepp According to the online Encyclopedia of Alabama, the 1790 Treaty of New York was an treaty involving the new United States under George Washington’s administration and … Continue reading

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