The Cherokee Companion and other Native American related matters

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The Cherokee Companion and other Native American related matters

Post by koimaster » March 26th 2013, 6:40am

A long time buddy of mine, Marvin Plunkett is a Native American living in Reedsport, Oregon. He used to write software for companies back in the 70's and 80's. He used his own money to save and store Native American documents and history. I thought I would would give him a little support here on this forum.


http://www.intertribal.net/NAT/NATribes.htm


http://www.intertribal.net/NAT/Cherokee/WebPgCC1/CC1home.htm




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Post by koimaster » March 26th 2013, 7:14am

bigedsurf wrote:Koi....Just to let you know none of the links work....


well, fixed for now.
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Post by hcharles » March 26th 2013, 10:09am

Thanks Koi for the links.
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