The Apalachicola River Community of Indians Tribal Organization (ARCITO)

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2016 INDIAN COMMUNITY CONFERENCE

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Tuesday April 9, 2019 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Annually on April 9

W.T. Neal Civic Center in Blountstown FL  (map)

2016 INDIAN COMMUNITY CONFERENCE IS ON 4/9/16 FROM 5-10 PM

I have secured the Blountstown Civic Center for the 2016 Indian Community Conference in Blountstown on Saturday April 9th 2016, from 5pm to 10 pm. If you want to be listed on the speakers list, make a presentation, or the like please let me know. As this is our 20th year for the conference and big things are happening, including the Sumter Band of Cheraw of SC securing state recognition, the Muscogee Nation of Florida being on active status (public commentary period now open with BIA) and awaiting a decision on federal recognition, upcoming presidential election, and new publications about our people coming out from several sources, please come out and support our people and community. our website Dominickerindians.org continues to have information on our history and current community. As this is a community event feel free to bring a covered dish, your genealogy queries, tribal enrollment questions, or concerns. Email or message me any questions or give me a call. Everyone is welcome.

The Apalachicola River Community of Indians Annual Community Conference is a yearly gathering of the Indian people who descend from the historic Indian settlements of Scotts Ferry, Scott Town, Woods, and Mount Zion in the panhandle of Florida.

Some of the families associated with our community include Ayers Barnwell Bass Bennett Bird Blanchard Boggs Brown Bullard Bunch Bryant Brooks Chason Chavis Conyers Copeland Davis Doyle Goins Hall Harris Hicks Hill Holly Ireland Jacobs Johnson Jones Kever Laramore Linton Lollie Lolly Long Lovett Mainer Martin Mayo Moses Oxendine Perkins Porter Potter Revell Rollin Scott Simmons Smith Stafford Stephens Sweat Thomas Whitfield and Williams.

More can be learned at our website at Dominickerindians.org

 

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