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yUdjEha nAnô sô KAnAnô  ~ "We Euchees, we are still Here"
​The Euchee (Yuchi) Tribe, is a state historically recognized tribe that is currently sharing a land base with the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. The Euchee (Yuchi) are a distinct and separate tribe that shared boundaries with the Creek Confederacy prior to removal to Indian Territory. After removal the Euchee (Yuchi) were placed within the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and can be found in the northwestern area of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
​            Attention Euchee People!

Now is the time to show your Euchee Pride. The current Federal Recognition Project is coming to a close.  At this time we need 90 Enrolled members to sign a Petition for submission to the Federal Government. If you have not enrolled it is not to late. Either come by the Enrollment table at the Euchee Festival Nov 8 for an application or come by our office from 10-6 M-F to pick one up. And as always Enrolling with us does not jeopardize your current standing with any other Tribe.  
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