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Old 09-23-2002, 11:16 AM   #14
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If anyone lived in Ga back in the early 90's then you would know how the GA natives got their state recognition.


there was some bill already passed, read me correctly already passed,
then this bill for three tribes to be state recognize and of course the chief of the daholnega tribe was in on the bill,

gracefully tacked on the bill for recognition to the bill that already passed.

so this is how state recognition is done down in GA.

Not saying those a part of the three tribes aren't native just saying a very underhanded way to get recognition!:(

like i asked before - if you do not care about the gov't saying who is and who isn't native then why the fuss over being enrolled somewhere?
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