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November 22,23, 2018 Atmore, Alabama, Poarch Creek Thanksgiving Pow Wow See Flyer Below
Pow Wows are the Native American people’s way of meeting together, to join in dancing, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships, and making new ones. This is a time method to renew Native American culture and preserve the rich heritage of Native Americans (Indians are from India)
2018 Poarch Creek Indian Thanksgiving Festival
Join us for the 48th Annual Poarch Creek Indian Thanksgiving Pow Wow on November 22-23, 2018 at the Poarch Creek Indian Reservation in Atmore, Alabama. Celebrate a cultural tradition during Thanksgiving this year, with the Poarch Creek Indian Thanksgiving Pow Wow. Each Year, tribal members gather on this original Creek tribal land for the annual Poarch Creek Indian Thanksgiving Pow Wow. You and your family are invited to join the festivities and enjoy a brilliant display of authentic Native American dress and exhibition dancing by Tribes from throughout the country.
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Ma-Chis Lower Creek Indian Tribe of Alabama (Ma-Chis Nation) citizens are remnants of the "Creek Confederacy" as European Explorers knew it at the first contact with white settlers during the European expansion into what is now the southeastern part of the United States of America. This area of America was inhabited by the Muskogee language speaking Native Americans and was also known as "friendlies" and, of the "Five Civilized Tribes".
We loved our homeland to the extent of denying that we were Indians, and blended with the "settlers," instead of being relocated to the west during forced removal under the Indian Removal Act of the 1830's.
Around 100 hundred years later the United States of America gave citizenship to Native Americans, and in 1927/1929 the State of Alabama passed a law making it unlawful to kill Native Americans. (Yes, the dates are correct. Until this time span, Native Americans were considered subhuman, and it took an act by the Alabama Legislature to make the killing of a Native American unlawful). [Creek House]
After the passage of the Civil Rights Act of the 1960's, the Native American Civil Rights Act was made law by the United States of America. Then in the 1980's the State of Alabama formally recognized seven Native American Tribes and formed the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission to have the "Government to Government" relation between the tribes and governments.
Today, as our tribe works to earn self-sufficiency, the U. S. Small Business Administration has certified us as 8(a) SDB (Small Disadvantaged Business). This certification will allow us to bid government contracts and earn money as we put our people to work through teamwork, joint ventures, joint ownership, etc.
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2018 Pow Wow And Festival schedule
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2019 Pow Wow & Festival Schedule
January 11,12,13, 2019 Spirit Of The Buffalo Auburndale, Florida
January 18,19,20, 2019, Sarasota Native American Festival, 3000 Ringland Blvd.
Don & J. Lee Woods
J. Lee & Don Woods
We are Native American descendants of the
Eastern Cherokee and Perdido Creek Nations
Our products are Native American crafted. We make some and others come from Native American Reservations. Our crafts come with a Certificate Of Authenticity.
We guarantee against crafter defects, not what you dog did to it! Our items are crafted by hand.
Visit us at one of our Pow Wows...We set up with a 20' X 20' size display