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There is now a second URL for the People's Paths the original
Cherokee language version http://www.YvwiiUsdinvnohii.net/mainindex.html
English translation version http://www.thePeoplesPaths.net/mainindex.html

Pow Wow Information,
Events, and Updates!

"People's Paths DateBook"

Know of an event, send information or URL
to: nlthomas@YvwiiUsdinvnohii.net

Department of Interior - BIA - Tribal Leaders June 20, 2007
"Including list of Tribal Entities, Listed by State"

U.S. Federally Recognized Indian Entities
Department of the Interior/Bureau of Indian Affairs
Friday, July 12, 2002 / Notices

List of Federally Recognized American Indian Tribes
"Indian Entities Recognized & Eligible To Receive Services
from Department of the Interior the United States Bureau
of Indian Affairs" (Federal Register Vol.65, No.49 03/23/00)

Michigan Indian Quarterly Pow Wow & Events
For free copy, call MDCR phone: 517-335-3165
Contact MDCR, Lansing Executive Office
Capitol Tower Building, Ste. 800, Lansing, MI 48933
Phone: 517-335-3165 ~ FAX: 517-241-0546
Email: MDCR-INFO@michigan.gov

Visit Yahoo! Maps to help find the best path to that
special event! Maps and Point to Point Driving Directions!
(Point to Point instructions limited to 300 miles!)

See how far it is in miles, km's, & nautical miles!
This information is as the crow flies, but there is also
a path included for driving distance and directions.

Looking for a special place to stay, things to do!?!
Visit NAIIP Business Paths ~ Travel & Tourism
'North American Indian & Indigenous People'

| Spring - March, April, May, |
| Summer - June, July, August |
| Fall - September, October, November |
| Winter - December, January, |

| Calendar Month/Regional Paths |
| Annual Past/Future Events |
| Special Resource Paths |
| About Pow Wow's |







  • Annual Mesa Verde Country
    Indian Arts & Culture Festival
    (Held annually in May/June) One of Mesa
    Verde Country's most extraordinary events is the acclaimed
    Indian Arts and Culture Festival. Held every Memorial Day
    weekend, the festival includes a juried Indian Art Market,
    Indian Dances, a Navajo Rug Auction, special archaeological
    tours, and a Native American Concert."





  • Cherokee National Holiday - Flash ~ Non-Flash "Held annually on Labor Day week-end. The Cherokee National Holiday has been held since 1953 in commemoration of the signing of the 1839 Cherokee Constitution. This annual event has grown into one of the largest events in Oklahoma, attracting more than 70,000 people from across the world. People see old friends and make new ones while enjoying the many activities the Cherokee National Holiday offers." For more information: Write: Cherokee National Holiday P.O. BOX 948 Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74465 Or Phone: 918-456-0671, Or send an e-mail to: holiday@cherokee.org.












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