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Constitution and by-laws of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma

Constitution and by-laws of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma

ratified January 17, 1938.

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

    Subjects:
  • Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma -- Constitution,
  • Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma -- By-laws,
  • Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Politics and government,
  • Caddo Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNative American legal materials collection -- title 1293.
    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Indian Affairs.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination5 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18918172M
    OCLC/WorldCa32103225

    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 . The Caddo Nation is a confederacy of several Southeastern Native American tribes, who traditionally inhabited much of what is now East Texas, northern Louisiana and portions of southern Arkansas and Oklahoma.. The Caddo Confederacy was actually known first by its Spanish spelling, Tejas. It is pronounced Te-haas. Sound familiar? Today, we pronounce this word as TEXAS.

    Constitution and by-laws of the Caddo Indian tribe of Oklahoma [microform]: ratified January 17, Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 5 p. ; 24 cm. OCLC # = | View full record. Title Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma. Corporate charter of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma [microform]: ratified November 15, ^ a b Constitution and By-Laws of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma. Archived at ecole-temps-danse.com National Tribal Justice Resource Center. (retrieved 13 September ) ^ a b Oklahoma Indian Nations Pocket Pictorial Directory. Archived May 12, , at the Wayback Machine Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission. 7. Retrieved 2.

    The Caddo Nation is a confederacy of several Southeastern Native American tribes, who traditionally inhabited much of what is now East Texas, northern Louisiana and portions of southern Arkansas and ecole-temps-danse.com the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma is a cohesive tribe with its capital at Binger, ecole-temps-danse.com different Caddo languages have converged into a single language. Jan 18,  · 1 2 Constitution and By-Laws of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma. Archived at ecole-temps-danse.com National Tribal Justice Resource Center. (retrieved 13 September ) 1 2 Oklahoma Indian Nations Pocket Pictorial Directory. Archived April 24, , at the Wayback Machine Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission. 7. Retrieved 2.


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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE CADDO INDIAN TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA PREAMBLE We, the Caddo Indians of the Kiowa Indian Agency Jurisdiction of Oklahoma, in order to promote our common welfare and to secure to ourselves and our descendants the rights, powers and privileges offered by the Thomas-Rogers Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act ( CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS OF THE CADDO INDIAN TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA PREAMBLE We, the Caddo Indians of Oklahoma, in order to promote our common welfare and to secure for ourselves and our descendants the rights, powers and privileges guaranteed to us by the treaties, the constitution and the statutes of the United States which were initially set forth in.

Get this from a library. Constitution and by-laws of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma: ratified January 17, [Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma.; United States.

Office of Indian Affairs.]. Corporate 7. Any riglits and powers heretofore vested in the Caddo Rights and Indian Tribe of Oklahoma, not expressly referred to Property. in the Constitution. By-laws or charter of the said tribe, shall not be abridged, but may be exercised by the people of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma, through the adoption of appropriate additions and.

Tribal Constitution: At tribe's website. Constitution and amendments. At the University of Oklahoma website. Constitution and bylaws. () At the University of Oklahoma website. Corporate Charter. () See NILL catalog record for the constitution.

WHEREAS: The Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma in its capacity as a sovereign federally recognized tribe, governed by a Constitution pursuant to the Oklahoma Indian ~effare Act of (49 Stat. and WHEREAS: Under the revised Caddo Tribal Constitution adopted by the Caddo Tribal Membership on June 26,the Caddo Tribal Council is empowered.

They adopted a written constitution and a process of electing officials. They organized in as the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma. They ratified their constitution on 17 January Inthey drafted a new constitution, which continues elected representative government.

Inthe Constitution for the Caddo Indians of Oklahoma became an established government. The Tribal Council is composed of 8 members including 4 representatives from 4 distinct areas with high populations of Caddo people.

Though these Representatives are elected to. Indian Reorganization Act Era Constitutions and Charters (), developed by the Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project is a joint project of the University of Oklahoma Law School, the National Indian Law Library (NILL) of the Native American Rights Fund, and Native American tribes.

The Project provides access to Constitutions, Tribal Codes, and other legal. Inthe Constitution for the Caddo Indians of Oklahoma became an established government.

The Tribal Council is composed of eight members: the Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, Oklahoma City Representative, Binger Representative, Anadarko Representative, and Fort Cobb Representative. Government and civic institutions. The Caddo Nation was previously known as the Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma.

A tribal constitution provides for a tribal council consisting of eight members with a chairperson, based in Binger, Oklahoma. [1] The tribal complex, dance grounds, and the Caddo Heritage Museum are located south of Binger. people are enrolled in the tribe, with living within the.

On the 17th day of the new year ofsurviving adult members of the old Caddo Nation's three branches—Caddo, Hasinai,Natchitoches—voted to accept Constitution and By-laws of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma.

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Archived April 24,at the Wayback Machine Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission. Retrieved 2. This Constitution and By-laws shall be effective when approved by the Secretary of the Interior and ratified by a majority vote of the adult members of the Caddo Indian 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 June 26, Caddo history from old newspapers and other sources.

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Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma -- Constitution. Constitution and by-laws of the Caddo Indian tribe of Oklahoma (Title ) California State University, Northridge. Libraries. Native Americans of North America (Title ) Camp sites, facilities, etc. -- United States.W. B. McCOWN. Superintendent, Kiowa Agency.

I, Oscar L. Chapman, the Assistant Secretary of the Interior of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority granted me by the Act of June 26, (49 Stat. ), do hereby approve the above amendment to the Constitution and By-laws of the Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma.A tribal constitution provides for an elected tribal council of eight members with a chairperson, based in Binger, Oklahoma.

The tribal complex, dance grounds, and the Caddo Heritage Museum are located south of Binger. people are enrolled in the tribe, with living within the state of Oklahoma.