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Re: Creek Freedmen Descendants
In Response To: Re: Creek Freedmen Descendants ()

Hensci All

(Nonbeliever)I haven't heard of any type of complaint about the organization. And you are absolutly correct. The people have every right to voice their complaints, opinions, concerns, questions, comments, & gratitudes, about our leadership or, "lack there of".
I personally want to thank you, our members, and supporters who joined our organization. Although, (Nonbeliever), speaks about the
the org..., he/she is making claims about "Ron". So from this moment
on I will be speaking for Ron. I have assisted an enormous amount of
people in genealogy/family history and will continue to assist anyone who wants to know the truth about the Dawes Commission. I have never, I repeat, never claimed that I have made copies of ALL of
the Old Series Cards. We have copied a vast amount of the OSC, especially the ones pertaining to the Freedmen. I have NEVER claimed
that you might not be aloud to see them if you go to TX. I would like to encourage all, who can, go to Ft Worth, TX and view the documents at there facility. The worker are very helpful. And if you can't make it I will do the best I can to assist you. I truly care not only about our members & supporters, but everyone in general,by making these documents easily accessible to the public. I would LOVE to get these documents out somehow. Sure, the Muscogee Creek Nation knows about these documents. I first approached Mrs. Joyce Bear, (MCN Culture Preservation), about the OSC. She had later went to TX and copied them. I also went before the MCN Fact-Finding Committee
on March 09, 2004 about the OSC.

Folks I'm gonna tell you somethin' about Ron Graham. I am first and foremost a Christian and have been TOTATLLY HONESTY about everything! I have no problem in sharing whatever it is with anybody, infact as i stated earlier I would LOVE to. You know what folks. I'm tired. I'm exhausted, worn out, drained, fatiqued, and overworked, but I Love It. I will do whatever it takes to continue to learn and then EDUCATE the people; mentally, physically, and most of spiritually. I Thank GOD, our Creator, for givin' me the: understanding, knowledge, and wisdom, on how our people,(Indians, Black Indians, Freedmen) were treated.

Folks for many years I have taught and insisted on Blood Degrees. As I have learned more about the BD and why the Dawes Comm
used it is a "bunch of mess". The BD back then had nothing absolutely
nothing to do with Citizenship. The most important thing was/is The Treaty. I will always teach genealogy simply because I love it. Although it started 19 years ago as a hobby, I still have the desire & passion to learn and educate.

I will be more than happy to assist anyone with any questions, or concerns on all of these matters. I will be at the Rudisill Regional Library; Tulsa,OK; Thursday, June 07th, 1:00pm-5:00pm. FREE
and open to the public. I will be discussing: The Dawes Commission,
how the DC separated the families; why the blood degrees, citizenship
and more. I hope and pray I see you all there.

Ron Graham

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proverbs 3:5&6 always


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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