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Mackey Eugene Mashburn and Nannie Box, married March 16, 1898.




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Mashburn, M. E. {Mackey Eugene}†††††††††† 16 Mar 1898††††† Nannie Box††††††† Bk 7



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Osiyo! Welcome subscribers and a special welcome to first timers, to the Cherokee Link newsletter.  Your link to the Cherokee Nation.

The John Shurr Journalism Award deadline has been extended.  For all of you budding college bound journalism students who need some college money, come check it out:

If you have not seen it yet, we have a new Cherokee Nation Employment website. Other than simply viewing our current job openings, you can now apply for positions online. You can come and work with me! Check out the site at:

Reminder - Committee meetings will be held Thursday April 24th. If you cannot make it to the meetings, we will have them streamed live and online! For more information on times and to access the event when it happens, check out the streaming events page:

Spend some time with your family and friends and visit the 37th Annual Trail of Tears Art Show and Sale (May 3 - 26) . For more information on this show please call the Cherokee Heritage Center at (918) 456-6007, toll free at (888) 999-6007, or visit the website at:

If you haven't heard, the Symposium of the American Indian at Northeastern State University is going on right now (April 16 - 19).  For more information call 918-444-4350 or visit:

Check this out!  There is a new Bachelor of Arts in Education-Cherokee degree to be offered at Northern State University (NSU) Tahlequah, OK. This program is groundbreaking in the national effort to revitalize Native languages. I nformation can be obtained from the Center for Tribal Studies at:

Call to Action: We need you to make your voice heard today -- literally. The Cherokee Nation Washington Office needs you: to make phone calls to your elected officials to: 1.) stop Congress from terminating the Cherokee Nation and 2.) not to punish the Nation with amendments that would cut funding to vital services such as health care.

Since June, more than 10,700 people have met online to send letters to Congress using . Now we need Congress to hear our voice on the other end of the phone line. If you need any assistance with locating phone numbers for elected officials in Oklahoma (or throughout the United States) or to talk about the congressional threats facing the Cherokee Nation, please call 1.877.211.4909 or e-mail . For more information regarding the citizenship status of non-Indians, please visit .

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Cherokee Nation Citizen Wins National Poster Contest: 4/17/2008
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Michelle Holiman, a fifth-grader at Maryetta Elementary School and a Cherokee citizen, will have her artwork displayed on a national poster.

Cherokee Nation To Assume Operations of W.W. Hastings Indian Hospital : 4/15/2008
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The Cherokee Nation announced today its decision to assume operations at W.W. Hastings Indian Hospital, which is currently operated by the Indian Health Service.

Cherokee Nation Provides Emergency Assistance to Storm and Flood Victims: 4/14/2008
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The Cherokee Nation is assisting Oklahoma communities in need after torrential rains and high winds caused damage to homes, property and roads in northeastern Oklahoma.

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Coalition opposes official English: 4/17/2008 11:30:52 AM
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A coalition of religious and cultural groups urged state lawmakers Tuesday to defeat legislation that would make English the official language of Oklahoma.

Hope Foundation opens therapy center for autistic children: 4/17/2008 10:53:22 AM
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A new therapy center in Muskogee, Okla., is assisting the growing number of autistic children in the northeast Oklahoma area.

CN to take over Hastings Hospital: 4/16/2008 9:36:17 AM
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Tribal officials said they hope to improve health care for the hospitalís patients by eliminating bureaucracy and obtaining more funds.

Tribal court rules against hog farm: 4/16/2008 8:01:42 AM
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A judge in the Yankton Sioux Tribal Court on Monday granted the tribeís petition for the exclusion and removal of a hog farm.

Activist warns Indians could turn to McCain: 4/16/2008 7:51:11 AM
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An American Indian activist and superdelegate to the Democratic National Convention from Oklahoma is warning the prospective nominee of her party to not take the Indian vote for granted against Republican John McCain.

April showers and storms wreak havoc: 4/16/2008 7:34:31 AM
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April thunderstorms cause additional flooding as well as hail and wind damage in the Cherokee Nationís jurisdictional areas.

3 Cherokee communities plan for better future : 4/15/2008 7:38:34 AM
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Three Cherokee communities are getting help with revitalizing and planning a better future for their communities.

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1865-66: Cherokees must negotiate peace with U.S. government. New treaty limits tribal land rights, eliminating possibility of Cherokee state, and is a prelude to the Dawes Commission Rolls and the break-up of Cherokee tribal lands by allotment. John Ross dies in 1866.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
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