Comanche Nation

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Comanche Nation Constitution

Comanche Nation Constitution

Location: Oklahoma Population: 14,700 Date of Constitution: 1966, as amended 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1994, and 2002

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Comanche Nation: Citizenship Excerpt

Comanche Nation: Citizenship Excerpt

ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIPSection 1. The membership of the Comanche Nation shall consist of the following: (a) All persons, who received an allotment of land as members of the Comanche Nation under the Act of June 6, 1900 (31 Stat. 672), and subsequent Acts, shall be included as full blood members of…

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Great Tribal Leaders of Modern Times: LaDonna Harris

Produced by the Institute for Tribal Government at Portland State University in 2004, the landmark “Great Tribal Leaders of Modern Times” interview series presents the oral histories of contemporary leaders who have played instrumental roles in Native nations' struggles for sovereignty, self-…

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Comanche Nation College Tries to Rescue a Lost Tribal Language

Comanche Nation College Tries to Rescue a Lost Tribal Language

A two-year tribal college in Lawton, Okla., is using technology to reinvigorate the Comanche language before it dies out. Two faculty members from Comanche Nation College and Texas Tech University worked with tribal elders to create a digital archive of what's left of the language. Only about 25…