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Old 02-17-2018, 04:19 PM
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Location: Colorado (PA at heart)
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Originally Posted by DaddyLongLeg View Post
I know FIRSTHAND the Dawes Rolls were used last year for me to become a verified native american. They are the PRIMARY way someone becomes eligible for benefits as if your name is found there, then your DIRECT native american ancestor was a Federal Tribe Member. Thus you qualify to join that tribe

I brought my family tree book in. The Native American Clinic was also able to accept my medical insurance to boot, not billing me for my co-payment due to being a verified Indian. You need to do a little research before calling someone out regarding your own error
The Dawes Rolls can be used to prove you have a Native American ancestor, but you specifically said "In order to be Native American for any benefits sakes, you need to be listed on the Dawes Rolls." You clearly said "you need to be listed" not "your ancestor needs to be listed". My research is just fine, thanks.
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