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The youth program at the Ki-Ho-Ta Center needs mentors. For more information, contact Billie Burtrum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please follow the link to read Chairman Berrey's statement concerning the Bear case and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims filing.
The Youth Program is planning free quarterly youth activities for their Native Connections grant. They are requesting YOUTH input. Please take the survey if you have children aged 5-24; it's a short survey with only six questions. Answers are completely a...
Attached is the Court's Order regarding confidentiality of the settlement.
AFTER ALMOST A GENERATION OF LITIGATION, THE QUAPAW NATION FINALLY PREVAILS IN ITS EFFORT TO OBTAIN JUSTICE FOR FEDERAL MISMANAGEMENT
QUAPAW, Okla.—With the public filing of settlement documents last Friday in the United State Court of ...
Follow the link to the statement by Chairman John L. Berrey regarding the official approval and status of the Quapaw Trust Settlement.
Read Chairman Berrey's explanation in the attachment.
TRIBAL PARENTS: Please complete the beneficiary form for minor children. Questions may be directed to Patti Rice or Amanda Morton at 918.542.1853.
Social Services assistance guidelines and applications are available.
Please review the attached letter regarding changes to the tribal member insurance plan and savings to the Quapaw Nation.
The objective of this LRTP is to provide guidance to tribal leaders so that they might take advantage of transportation facilities and vehicular traffic to fulfill desirable economic development opportunities, provide access to new and old development, pr...Read on...
The purpose of this project is to organize, collect and share Quapaw family history utilizing tribal members' knowledge to validate data acquired through interviews, documents, and research.
View history on Quapaw tribal information in chronological order.
This program was formed to assist tribal members with utility assistance, veterans assistance, burial assistance and unmet needs for our tribal members.