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  • Welcome to Jena Choctaw | Jena Choctaw
    maintain physical and mental well being in order to be role models for present and future generations Making a personal committment to strive toward reaching our full potential History About Us Inter Tribal Council Tribal Attorney Education Health Social Services Housing Transportation EPA Benefits Cultural Maintenance Grounds Jena Choctaw Pines Casino Gaming Commission Document Resource 2015 Tribal Government Chief Cheryl Smith Council Member Libby Rogers Council Member Dana Hauffe Council

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  • Jena Choctaw
    Social Services Housing Transportation EPA Benefits Cultural Maintenance Grounds Jena Choctaw Pines Casino Gaming Commission Document Resource Primary tabs Month active tab Week Day Year Monday February 1 2016 Prev Next Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tribal Bingo 02 12 2016 All day 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Office Closed 02 15

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  • Tribal Members | Jena Choctaw
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  • Employment Opportunities | Jena Choctaw
    Login JENA BAND OF CHOCTAW INDIANS follow us History About Us Inter Tribal Council Tribal Attorney Education Health Social Services Housing Transportation EPA Benefits Cultural Maintenance Grounds Jena Choctaw Pines Casino Gaming Commission Document Resource Employment Opportunities Coming Soon Copyright

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  • Links | Jena Choctaw
    OF CHOCTAW INDIANS follow us History About Us Inter Tribal Council Tribal Attorney Education Health Social Services Housing Transportation EPA Benefits Cultural Maintenance Grounds Jena Choctaw Pines Casino Gaming Commission Document Resource Links Jena Choctaw Pines Casino Pow Wow in

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  • Contact | Jena Choctaw
    Us Inter Tribal Council Tribal Attorney Education Health Social Services Housing Transportation EPA Benefits Cultural Maintenance Grounds Jena Choctaw Pines Casino Gaming Commission Document Resource Contact Name E mail Phone Address City State Zip Code Select the nature of your

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    About Us Inter Tribal Council Tribal Attorney Education Health Social Services Housing Transportation EPA Benefits Cultural Maintenance Grounds Jena Choctaw Pines Casino Gaming Commission Document Resource Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your Jena Choctaw

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  • History | Jena Choctaw
    move across the Mississippi River By the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek in September of 1830 the main body of the Choctaw ceded all their land east of the Mississippi River The Choctaw began to migrate even further away from their original territory One band settled in a sizable village near present day Enterprise Louisiana and other groups migrated to the pine covered hills of what was then Catahoula Parish in Louisiana Eventually the Choctaw located between present day Monroe and Natchitoches Louisiana joined the group in Catahoula Parish Principle settlements were established on Trout Creek in LaSalle Parish and Bear Creek in Grant Parish In 1910 it was reported that there were only 40 Choctaws located in LaSalle and Catahoula Parishes The Indian community had very little to do with outsiders and continued their Indian customs and ways The local store account books showed that the Indians paid for their goods by skinning and tanning hides as well as day labors and household help The Choctaw community maintained a very distinct social institution with activities that included marriages burials and the maintenance of a tribal cemetery Choctaw children were not allowed to attend school with white children Indian children did not attend school for many years In 1932 a small school building called The Penick Indian School was constructed and opened in Eden Louisiana where twenty students attended the all Indian school When funding for the school was no longer available it closed However one year later the Department of Indian Affairs provided funding and the school was reopened During this time the Office of Indian Affairs proposed moving the Choctaws who were willing to Federal Trust land in Mississippi Many were willing to move but the beginning of World War II interrupted that consideration and brought about the

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