FROM THE ARCHIVE

BIA said to accept Seminole leadership

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MONDAY, JULY 15, 2002

The Bureau of Indian Affairs is allowing federal funding for the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, the tribe's elected chief said.

Ken Chambers has been disputed as the official leader by the BIA and former principal chief Jerry Haney. But a tribal appeals court refused to reinstate Haney.

Get the Story:
Seminole chief claims another court victory (The Shawnee News-Star 7/15)

Relevant Links:
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma - http://www.cowboy.net/native/seminole

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