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Studies in American Indian Literatures 16.1 (2004) 101-102

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Major Tribal Nations and Bands Mentioned in this Issue

This list is provided as a service to those readers interested in further communications with the tribal communities and governments of American Indian and Native nations. Inclusion of a government in this list does not imply endorsement of or by SAIL in any regard, nor does it imply the enrollment or citizenship status of any writer mentioned. Some communities have alternative governments and leadership that are not affiliated with the United States, Canada, or Mexico, while others are not currently recognized by colonial governments. We have limited the list to those most relevant to the essays published in this issue, thus, not all bands, towns, or communities of a particular nation are listed.

We make every effort to provide the most accurate and up-to-date tribal contact information available, a task that is sometimes quite complicated. Please send any corrections or suggestions to SAIL Editorial Assistant, Studies in American Indian Literatures, Department of American Thought and Language, 235 Bessey Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI 48824-1033, or send an e-mail to

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Chief Gregory E. Pyle
P.O. Drawer 1210
Durant OK 74702-1210
1-800-522-6170 or 580-924-8280

Mvskoke Creek Nation
Principal Chief R. Perry Beaver
P.O. Box 580
Okmulgee OK 74447 [End Page 101]
The Navajo Nation Office of the President
President Joe Shirley Jr.
P.O. Box 9000
Window Rock AZ 86515

Oglala Lakota Sioux
John Yellow Bird Steele, President
Oglala Sioux Tribal Council
P.O. Box H
Pine Ridge SD 57770



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