Tag: obituaries

Manufacturing Consent for the Living AND the Dead in Hawai’i

As you read this, Na?i Aupuni (Seizure of Government), the new non-profit agency created and funded by the State of Hawai?i, is launching a Native Hawaiian constitutional convention. In order to understand the process it has never been more timely to have a public discussion about the ethics credibility...

Library Adds History and Genealogy Databases

Thomas Balch Library, at 208 Market St., in Leesburg, Virginia recently added two new electronic research and genealogy databases. African American Heritage is a comprehensive resource for African American history including search options for census, military records, slave and free black registers, and Freedmen's Bank records. The ProQuest Obituaries collection and...

Genealogy U

Waterford Township Public Library will be holding a series of free genealogy classes designed to prepare researchers to trace their family history beginning in January. All classes will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the library, located at 5168 Civic Center Drive in Waterford, Michigan. is...
Canadian Genealogy Survey

Canadian Genealogy Survey

First Nations citizens can participate in the Canadian Genealogy Survey, meant to determine why so many people have become interested in tracing their ancestry.

Schaghticoke await BIA’s final determination

KENT, Conn. -- The Schaghticoke Tribal Nation must wait until the BIA issues its final acknowledgement decision on Oct. 12 before deciding whether to seek additional depositions of opponents to the tribe's quest for federal status. In an order issued Sept. 30, U.S. District Court Judge Peter Dorsey denied the Schaghticokes' motions for time...

Depositions held on possible court order violations

KENT, Conn. - Attorneys for the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation conducted depositions during the week of July 18 to see if elected officials and local residents directly or indirectly violated a court order prohibiting them from lobbying Interior Department officials during the tribe's recognition process. A ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Peter Dorsey May...

Can you hear me now? NAACP supports sovereignty

WATERBURY, Conn. - The country's oldest civil rights organization has voiced its support for the state's two American Indian tribes that are seeking federal acknowledgement. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People adopted an emergency resolution July 13 at its national convention, supporting the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation and the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation's "continued and...

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