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In July of 2015, the U.S. District Court in Alexandria, VA upheld United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) decision to cancel the Washington Redskins trademark registrations. The USPTO voted to cancel the trademark because it was “disparaging to Native Americans.” The NFL team’s owner has vowed never to change the name, insisting that it […]

One of the most underrated genres of children’s novels and books are Native Americans. Not very well known, Native American children’s literature portrays many experiences and tells stories of Native people. Sharing these stories with your children, whether they are Native or not, is a great way to teach them about different cultures as well […]

Not many people know, but there are actually Native American colleges and universities that provide great educational opportunities. Native culture and language are essential components of a Native student’s education, and even though each of the 40 or so colleges (32 are fully accredited) educate on not only broad topics, but Native languages, history, culture, […]

One of the most dreaded words that can come to the mind of a home owner: foreclosure. It’s a hard thing for us to talk about, because no one ever wants to lose their home and no one wants to have to take your house. Are you receiving notices from your lender asking you to […]

We here at 1st Tribal love being a part of the Native American culture and have found that there are also many out there that share our passion for educating and informing people. Hopefully for many of you, these websites won’t need a ton of explanation since most of them are pretty popular Native American […]

A little over a year ago, Supaman released his immensely popular “Prayer Loop Song” on YouTube and became an overnight sensation. But on March 12, Supaman became the first Native American musician to perform at the Googleplex, the world headquarters of Google in Mountain View, California. Google had found out that he was in the […]

April 23-25 For the past 32 years, the Gathering of Nations has grown from a small powwow, to one of the biggest in the world. As an annual festival where Native people can come together each year and celebrate their shared culture, the Gathering of Nations has also become a place where singers and dancers […]

Hello readers and welcome to the “Do I Qualify for HUD Section 184 Loans 2” that is an extension of our earlier article Do I Qualify for HUD Section 184 Loans part 1! We here at 1st Tribal Lending are dedicated and here to help you figure out the sometimes difficult and frustrating process of […]

If you are thinking about remodeling your home, this year is going to be a great year to do it! From renovating your kitchen, to replacing the siding of your house, this is the year to go big on home renovations. Below is a list of some of the best 2015 renovations for your home […]

Interesting facts

  • Plain Green Loans is a tribal lending online business owned by the Chippewa Cree Tribe on the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation, specializing in short term loans. As of December 2011, its activities are challenging "the ability of state regulators to enforce the loan market to police caps and other consumer protection measures," and simultaneously...
  • In Bethesda Softworks series of role playing games entitled The Elder Scrolls, Black Marsh is a swampish southeasterly region of continent of Tamriel. It is presented as the homeland of the reptilian humanoid race of Argonians and a race of sentient trees known as the Hist. An alternate name, Argonia, is also used by the Mer races of the Elder...

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First Tribal Lending - Section 184 Loans
First Tribal Lending - Section 184 Loans
An Unlikely Solution -Tribal Lending Supports Vital
An Unlikely Solution -Tribal Lending Supports Vital ...
First Tribal Lending - Construction Loans
First Tribal Lending - Construction Loans
Capital investment in Indian country : hearing before the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, second session on capital investments in tribal communities, focusing on expanding tribal land homeownership, overcoming barriers to capital access on tribal lands, and related findings of the Native American lending study, June 6, 2002.
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