Indian Creek Tribe Chickamauga Creek & Cherokee Nation
To be enroll in this Tribe you must be able to find your family member on one of the following index's.
Please follow all direction and fill out ALL of the forms on the application. Link is in the list to the left; then mail all of these documents in when applying for membership. Incomplete Applications will be turned down for enrollment.
(A)Enrollment:The Wolf Clan Teaching Council; these people can be Non-Native Americans who do not have any voting rights within the Tribe, they cannot hold any office in the tribe and they have no Tribal Enrollment Card. The enrollment card is only used to show these people have been checked by Law Enforcement Officials so that they will be permitted onto school grounds to assist in teaching of the Native American culture.
Members of the INDIAN CREEK TRIBE CHICKAMAUGA CREEK & CHEROKEE NATION INC. ; Each member must be of Native American Ancestry which is to be documented by a genealogical chart that must be submitted for review and approval of ancestry by the Principal Chief or by someone appointed by the Chief to oversee the membership rolls and is kept on record in the Tribal Office.
(B)Monetary Gains:No member can use The Indian Creek Tribe of its name, for his personal monetary gain. The council or the chief must approve of all fund raising. All use of the name ‘The Indian Creek Tribe’; 'Indian Creek Tribe Chickamauga Creek & Cherokee Nation' or ‘The Chickamaugan Creek Cherokee Indian’ must be approved by the council and must be used as non-profit. The chief or vice-chief or duly appointed committee must be present to oversee any event.
(C)Special Meeting Of Members:Special meetings of the members may be called by any two (2) members of the council or any one officer of the Indian Creek Band and shall be held as a special meeting where and when specified in a timely notice of the meeting.
(D)Notice Of Annual Special Adjourned Meeting:Notice of each annual and special meeting of the members stating the time and place shall be given by the secretary of the Indian Creek Band or by its members of the council calling the meeting or in the case of an adjourned meeting by the secretary to each member not less than ten (10) days of, nor more than thirty (30) days prior to the meeting by receipted personal delivery or first class postage prepaid or by publication of the meeting in the newsletter.
(E)Conduct Of Affairs With Formal Meeting:All matters regarding the business, affairs and management of The Indian Creek Band by the council, board members, executive committee, or sub-committee of the council may be undertaken with the approval of The Chief without formal meeting by the council or board members of the committee or sub-committee so long as there is written consent to such action of council or board member. Sub-committee is received by the secretary of Indian Creek Tribe Chickamauga Creek & Cherokee Nation and filed in the minutes of Indian Creek Tribe Chickamauga Creek & Cherokee Nation.
(F) Membership Dues:
The Membership Dues where voted in by the Council in May of 2013. If you hold a Membership Card for the Indian Creek Tribe Chickamauga Cherokee Inc. Then You have Membership dues to pay. Non-payment of membership dues will lead to inactive membership cards and the benefits that come with it. If you hold a office position then you must pay your monthly dues on time to be able to keep your position. The only way a member has the right not to pay there monthly dues is if they have filled out a hardship form and then it has to be approved by the council. The ICTCC does not run for free and it takes income to keep the tribe running. All Native tribes have Membership dues and yes we tried to not have membership dues but it did not work. The average cost to run the Indian Creek Tribe Chickamauga Cherokee Inc. per year is $10,000.00
website, Internet, electric, office phones, State & Federal License, office supplies
The Principle Chief has Covered this for the past 40 years and this is why the Council decided to vote having membership dues. They voted that it was not fair for the Principle Chief to have to cover this by himself when there are well over 60 thousand members in this tribe.
CHICKAMAUGA CHEROKEE INDEX 1600 TO PRESENT DATE
GUION MILLER ROLL 1909
CREEK INDEX CENSUS 1832
THE FLORIDIANS THE FLORIDA OF THE SEMINOLES
ACT OF CONGRESS ROLL 1854
RESERVATION ROLL 1817
BAKER ROLL 1924
1883 CREEK ORPHAN PAYROLL
DRAGGING CANOE HISTORY
BIOGRAPHY OF L.C. PERRYMAN CREEK NATION 1937
IMMIGRATION ROLLS 1817-35
OLD SETTLER ROLL 1851
ANNUITY PAYROLL OF CREEK WHO WERE ORPHANS ON MARCH 24, 1832 AND THEIR HEIRS
CHEROKEE GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES(HEART OF THE EAGLE )
LINEAGE OF BLUE JACKET LIST 1929
HENDERSON ROLL 1835
DRENNEN ROLL 1852
CREEK BY BLOOD FINAL ROLLS
DESCENDANTS OF THE FREEDMEN CHEROKEE
SEMINOLE NATION LEADERS AND FAMILYS 1817-1842
MULLAY ROLL 1848
THE DAWES ROLL 1698-1914
ELY PARKER’S LIST OF ONEIDA INDIAN VOLUNTEERS WAR OF 1812
THE ROSS FAMILY - DESCENDANT OF MOSS ROSS
SILER ROLL 1851
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Roll
COOPER ROLL 1855
POWHATAN CHEROKEE, DESCENDANTS OF POCAHONTAS GENEALOGY
Seminole Tribal Index
CHAPMAN ROLL 1852
Georgia pension roll of 1835
EMMETT STARR GENEALOGIST SURNAMES INDEX AND HISTORY
INDIAN PIONEER PAPER OKLAHOMA GENEALOGY
DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WATTS 1720 PLUS
SWETLAND ROLL 1869
Cherokee census of intruder 7ra55 African- American
Albert James Pickett history of Alabama
AMONY THE CREEK REGISTRY1998
CHIEF PERRYMAN FAMILY RECORDS
HESTER ROLL 1883
The Creek document marriages 1833-1880
1819 settle on indian lands Jackson county Alabama
INDIAN CREEK TRIBE CHICKAMAUGA CREEK AND CHEROKEE INC. INDEX
PRINCIPAL CHIEFS OF THE UPPER CREEK TOWNS
CHURCHILL ROLL 1908
GATEWAY TO THE WEST, BY J.M. MOSELEY
1835 CHEROKEE EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI CENSUS
THE BLEDSOLE FAMILY INDIAN RECORDS
Breaking the Laws of the Indian Creek Tribe
(1)A member may be removed for breaking the rules and laws of the Indian Creek Band.
(2)For breaking of the nonprofit tax laws of the state or federal government.
(3)For making a false or misleading statement or fraudulent claim.
(4)For falsely obtaining money if found raising within the meaning of the statute providing for punishment of anyone receiving proceeds of fraudulent audit or payment.
(5)For any fundraising claims for service or materials not actually rendered or furnished.
(6)False representation of existing fact or condition by which party obtains property of the Indian Creek Band.
(7)The misuse of the names ‘Chickamauga Cherokee’ or ‘Indian Creek Tribe’ without written permission from the Chief or the Council of the Indian Creek Tribe.