To Preserve and Protect the unique history, heritage and genealogy of the Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen who were removed to Indian Territory (Oklahoma) on the Trail of Tears.
To Promote interest and participation by sharing genealogical information with members, researchers, and the general public.
To Provide help as an educational resource to researchers through lectures, workshops, conferences, and museum exhibits.
To educate the public regarding the African Creeks’ political rights as citizens of the Creek Nation, as defined by the Creek Treaty of 1866(Article 2).
|Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen Band Board Members|
|Muscogee Creek Freedmen Band Board (from Left to Right) – Sharon Lenzy – Scott (Sec)- Rhonda K. Grayson (Tres), Jeffrey D. Kennedy (VP),|