American Indian Citizenship Day is observed on June 2. It was on this day in 1924 that the Indian Citizenship Act by Congress granted citizenship to all American Indians born in the U.S. The day celebrates the history, heritage, and culture of American Indian tribes across the country. All the tribes have their own traditions and beliefs. American Indian Citizenship Day celebrates their contribution to the country’s culture and is a reminder of their enduring legacy.
The following cases are scheduled at the District Court of the Delaware Nation at the Delaware Nation complex, Anadarko, Oklahoma, before District Judge Shannon Prescott and the docket shall begin at 10:00 a.m.
Pursuant to Article 7 Section 5 of the Delaware Nation Constitution, and Section 401 K of the Delaware Nation Election Ordinance, the election of Committee Person #2 was canceled as the position was unopposed.
Delaware Nation 2023 General Council Meeting - Youth In Action! | Where: Grady County Fairgrounds NW Event Center in Chickasha, OK | When: Saturday, June 17, 2023 | 11:00 AM Meeting | 11:30 AM Lunch (CST)