Shawnee Cherokee Creek Descendants

       Cherocreek Nation-Federally Recognized Tribe 

Federal Tribal Government Entity ID
079264129/72CR1

 Historically speaking Cherocreek Nation indians are an inherited line of descendants of the CherOCreek Indians, Cherokee and Creek indians, presently the Cherocreek may descend from other tribe nationalities aswell. The Tribe's Ministry and Fitness organization website is located at the following link, meijiministries.publishpath.com. The tribes actual tribe website can be found at the following web addresses http://cherocreek.url-go.com/  http://cherocreeknation.webs.com , click links for further details and regards to what the tribe has to offer currently. Some of the descendants/or future descendants have documented ancestry involving one or numerous treaty contracts with the Federal Government and are descendants of tribal royalty, some tribe members or members who are qualified to enroll are descendants of historical tribal chiefs. Not all descendants qualify for federal benefits but the tribe is providing some benefits on the tribes behalf, for all members who enroll with the tribe. When you become enrolled with the tribe you will be enrolled as one of the following, basic tribal citizenship, tribal council membership, tribal elder membership, or associate membership (this membership is for members who do not qualify for enrollment as a citizen).The tribe has 2 flags the colors of their 1st flag is red with yellow stars, the 2nd flag is a mural of various Native American symbols that represent their culture, it is teal, brown, light beige, yellow, and black. Cherocreek Nation has joined in partnership to be a sponsor or supporter for Ocean Conservancy. Ocean Conservancy is an organization devoting their dedication to preserving our oceans, you may visit their website at oceanconservancy.org. The tribe is also an active Advocate and supporter for Habitat For Humanity habitat.org.


Native Plants, part of the tribes affiliation is to preserve and share our values. We demonstrate our values and apply them to everyday life. It is necessary and important to provide a resource to individuals who would in so many words not be aware of. There is a society we must acknowledge and be aware of to exist that is of lesser education or may have limited access to resources. These individuals may not be aware of the resources available to them so it is in societies responsibility and best interest to take it upon them/our selves to assure their friends and family have these things available to them by providing a relationship/association there to that works researching working together/caring/and listening. It's simply called networking. Networking is part of life's experiences we could all use it, and we could all pass it on.

Incorporation (Inc.) is the forming of a new corporation (a corporation being a legal entity that is effectively recognized as a person under the law). The corporation may be a business, a non-profit organization, sports club, or a government of a new city or town.
 In the United States, there are many ways that a corporation can be identified. The four forms that are valid in all 50 states and the District of Columbia are "Corporation", "Incorporated," and the abbreviations "Corp." and "Inc." Some states allow the use of "Company" and some have additional optional names. A complete list of which names are allowed in each state can be found at Types_of_business_entity#United_States.
Legal benefits:
  • Protection of personal assets. One of the most important legal benefits is the safeguarding of personal assets against the claims of creditors and lawsuits. Sole proprietors and general partners in a partnership are personally and jointly responsible for all the liabilities of a business such as loans, accounts payable, and legal judgments. In a corporation, however, stockholders, directors and officers typically are not liable for the company's debts and obligations. They are limited in liability to the amount they have invested in the corporation. For example, if a shareholder purchased $100 in stock, no more than $100 can be lost. Corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) may hold assets such as real estate, cars or boats. If a shareholder of a corporation is personally involved in a lawsuit or bankruptcy, these assets may be protected. A creditor of a shareholder of a corporation or LLC cannot seize the assets of the company. However, the creditor can seize ownership shares in the corporation, as they are considered a personal asset.
  • Transferable ownership. Ownership in a corporation or LLC is easily transferable to others, either in whole or in part. Some state laws are particularly corporate-friendly. For example, the transfer of ownership in a corporation incorporated in Delaware is not required to be filed or recorded.
  • Retirement funds. Retirement funds and qualified retirements plans, such as a 401(k), may be established more easily.
  • Taxation. In the United States, corporations are taxed at a lower rate than individuals are. Also, they can own shares in other corporations and receive corporate dividends 80% tax-free. There are no limits on the amount of losses a corporation may carry forward to subsequent tax years. A sole proprietorship, on the other hand, cannot claim a capital loss greater than $3,000 unless the owner has offsetting capital gains.
  • Raising funds through sale of stock. A corporation can easily raise capital from investors through the sale of stock.
  • Durability. A corporation is capable of continuing indefinitely. Its existence is not affected by the death of shareholders, directors, or officers of the corporation.
  • Credit rating. Regardless of an owner's personal credit scores, a corporation can acquire its own credit rating, and build a separate credit history by applying for and using corporate credit.

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