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Old 09-20-2006, 01:57 PM   #4
ntownn8ive
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Well, the point was that long time ago, there was no such thing as being 1/4 this or that plus a little this; if you lived with the Cheyennes, then you were a Cheyenne. If you married a Shoshone and he moved up to your tribe, then he was a part of your tribe, so on.

Most importantly, tribal enrollment, though not always sufficient, does provide health care, college money or free college if you want to go to KS or something, and a big fat middle finger pointed right at the federal government for having the audacity to think that their plans to rid this great land of its Native inhabitants would have ever availed!

Uh...thass about it.
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