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Old 08-02-2006, 02:22 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by Historian
If the state of Alabama has recognized the Mowa Choctaw as being Indian, then I'm not sure why there is a problem with Federal recognition.

Alabama also recognizes the Northeast Alabama Cherokees, the Southeast Alabama Cherokees, the Echota Cherokees, none of which are Cherokee tribes. The state of Alabama's recognition of the Mowa Choctaws is worth about as much as a gelded horse to a breeder.
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