The Absentee Shawnee Tribe is primarily located in the heart of central Oklahoma with approximately 3,400+ members living in all parts of the world. Our tribal government complex is located in Shawnee Oklahoma. Our banner and logo feature Tecumseh, a Shawnee warrior and visionary leader, who worked to unite tribes in a common homeland where Indians could live under their own laws and leaders. He died in October 1813, in battle near the area of present day Thamesville, in Toronto, Canada. The LI-SI-WI-NWI in our logo means "Among the Shawnee".
Our tribal government complex is located in Shawnee Oklahoma. Casino is also located in Shawnee
John Al Little Axe 36
Issac Gibson, Jr. 191
Issac Bettelyoun 40
Diane Ponkilla 43
Wynona Coon 31
Betty Watson 25
Kathy Deere 75
Ewell Longhorn 133
Sharon Ponkilla 118
Leah Bates 183
Jeff Gibson 141
Dewayne Wilson 87
Sherman Tiger 104
Kenneth Blanchard 105
Retha Wilson-Pearman 174
Briana Ponkilla 243
Commission Member #2:
Alicia "Aly" Edwards Miller 220
Mary Birdtail 203
Saturday, May 10th, Mother’s Day Weekend Comanche County Fairgrounds, Expo Center 920 S. Sheridan Rd., Lawton, OK
The Flannigan Pipeline has reached Oklahoma and they are looking for Native Americans interested in working the pipeline.Please call Louise Cheshewalla, Workforce Development at 918-287-5303 and have your name put on the pipeline list. We are looking for Native Americans who are laborers, oilers, welders, welder’s helpers, heavy equipment operators, CDL class A and B drivers and pilot escort drivers.
The Absentee Shawnee Tribe Development Corporation is establishing a board to help further develop the AST CDFI program into a certified Native Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).
Please share with interested, qualified candidates: The Summer 2014 STIPDG application period is now OPEN through December 31. 2013 United States Department of Transportation 2014 Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) Internship Period: June 3rd - August 9th 2014 The Summer 2014 STIPDG application period is now open.
For more information or accommodations on the basis of disability, contact Karl Schmidt at (405) 325-6639. For a complete schedule of screenings and locations, visit our webpage cas.ou.edu/native-crossroads.
The Otoe-Missouria Tribes of Indians is proud and honored to host the 2014 fire class.
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