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Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma(CNO)  is
claiming the name ofthe Cherokee Nation, 
that is a lie. Their name is by fact of the
title of  their 1976 Constitution.
This Study
by an Attorney in
the Mankiller era was
done,  it quite well
explains how and why
in the
legal sense,   and very clear that
In 1999 Chief  Smith   began  the 
name change when he put the term

Cherokee  Nation  for  (CNO)  in
different  places it  wasn't  really 
noticable because of the subtleness
of the operation.
What  really  points up
the deception  is the
publication of the
words from the 99
revision of the 1976
Constitution,  as  if
they are Cherokee
law, in the following
BOGUS publishing
Back during the R O Swimmer, era it is
Quite clear  that he knew  what he had
created was not a sovereign Nation.
had a group of Lawyers conduct a study
to ascertain exactly what he could  and
could  not do as the CEO of a 
Sovereignless entity,  we found

    This Page from the study

To reiterate Swimmer knew
what he had  created, a Proffessor of Law
at Harvard  is  writing  a book,  may be in
publication to day have not looked
He did
an tnterview of Swimmer in
his own  words
Swimmer detailed what he had created how
and why, be sure and read the footnotes
they are as important to the concept of the
 idea as anything in the
Excerpt of Eric Lamont
   In 1970, there was a Law enacted
entitled Principal Chiefs Act, which
Pub. L. 91-495, 84 Stat. 1091, it
has been cited in several cases and

it imposes the law that an entity of
Indians unless reorganized under the
Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act of
1936 they are not a sovereign entity
and may only promulgate a set of rules
for selecting a Chief nothing about a
Constitution as explained

What the 1970 Chief Act is and Means
In 1897 an Act made the laws of the
United States and the State of Arkansas
then in force in the Indian Territory.
Congress went still further the following
year when it passed the Curtis Act
(Act of June 28, 1898), ch. 517, 30 Stat. 495.
Section 28 of the Curtis Act provided that on
July 1, 1898, "all tribal courts in
Indian Territory shall be abolished
This is a link to some good reading that covers
quite well the law that is applicable to the
Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, more aptly to the
people of the Cherokee Nation.

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