ASSISTANCE FOR HOME REPAIR

The Kaw Nation received funds from the US Treasury Department under the American Rescue Plan Act. This program will provide Kaw Nation Tribal Citizens with assistance for home repair. A maximum of up to $10,000.00 will be given to eligible Tribal Citizens. Applicants...

FIREWOOD FOR TRIBAL MEMBERS

Firewood is now available for pickup only by Tribal members, through the ARPA program. The application must be fully completed in order to be approved for pickup. To be scheduled for pickup, or questions, please contact ARPA Coordinator, Suann Palmer, at 580-269-2552...

Kaw Nation Constitution Funding & Ratification

Funding for the Reformed Constitution Project was provided by a grant from the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) in the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Grant Number 90NA8020.  The Constitution Committee was a volunteer committee made up...

History of the Government of the Kaw Nation

History of the Government of the Kaw Nation Since 1902 The Kaw Allotment Act was passed on July, 1, 1902. The Act provided approximately 400 acres of land under government trusteeship to 249 persons whose names were placed on the final allotment rolls. What was left...

Kaw Nation Constitution – 1990 (Reference Only)

PREAMBLEWe, the Wind people of the Kaw Tribe of Oklahoma, hereinafter referred to as the Kaw Nation, trusting in our creator to provide guidance in all our affairs, in order to provide for the common health, safety and welfare; to protect, secure, and advance the...