One of the most complete surviving collections of Civil War artifacts belonging to an individual Mississippi soldier is the T. Otis Baker Collection at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. While they choose to ignore thousands of testimonials from Native families who assert that those who will be most hurt by this decisions are our most sacred and vulnerable children, the Partnership for Native Children stands with Indian Country and affirms that we will continue to fight for them.
I was told no i need to show 1 year comprehensive sickness insurance or either i withdraw my application from the embasssy or i show a job offer for my wife from ireland or face refusal. The Partnership for Native Children refuses to go back to those the days where tribal children were removed simply because of cultural misunderstandings, for financial gain, and due to pure prejudice.
For an example of tribal court job announcements, see the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch human resources site here and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Court law clerk announcement here In addition, Turtle Talk periodically posts tribal court clerkship opportunities.
The 10th Mississippi was one of the regiments that went with Bragg, and Baker …