The Bordeaux Band of Ancient West Feliciana Parish Houma-Choctaw Nation, commands INDISPUTABLE aboriginal sovereign rights. We DO NOT abdicate or defer these rights under any conditions.
The State of Arkansas, an American Creole Indian Territory of our direct descendants and cousins, The Ancient Caddo, Choctaw, Houma & others who intermarried with those of Louisiana French Creole nationality for survival & destiny, has officially acknowledged these indigenous ethnic group rights by way of the Arkansas Department of Education in 2005 after a year-long highly intensive and exhaustive Equity Assistance Center (EAC) investigatory review. Under the directorship of Oliver Dillingham & with the full legal backing of the Arkansas Dept of Education Legal Dept., RE: Tripp Walter, General Counsel.
As the Great State of Arkansas has ALREADY officially acknowledged, we, the 1803 Louisiana Purchase Treaty American Creole Indian Nation which includes the Bordeaux Band of Ancient West Feliciana Houma-Choctaw Tribe, all unified descendant's of the aboriginal ethnic tribes, bands & clans of our Inheritance Land, are calling upon the federal government and all state governments to acknowledge their legal obligations under the 1803 Louisiana Purchase Treaty (a bilateral NOT unilateral agreement), and to repair any and all damage for any and all infractions thereof and forthwith.