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Native American Bank: banking the unbanked

In 2001, 21 tribes formed Native American Bancorporation, the first nationally focused tribal bank. A Chippewa Cree and former assistant vice president of commercial lending explains why NAB?s understanding of tribal law has helped the bank serve customers better.
Communities and Banking , Issue Sum , Pages 20-23

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Capital idea

Native CDFIs are providing much-needed credit in Indian country.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar

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Growth by degrees

The good news: tribal colleges help develop Indian economies and cultures. The bad news: they face a chronic funding crisis.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar , Pages 8-10

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Profile of a gambling district: We love to gamble, and we've developed dozens of ways to do it

Fedgazette , Volume 15 , Issue Mar , Pages 2-3

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Milking the new buffalo

Casinos are a major source of new wealth for many Indian tribes in the Ninth District and both Indians and non-Indians seek the profits they yield. But too little discussion of late has focused on their true costs and benefits.
Fedgazette , Volume 15 , Issue Mar , Pages 6-10

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Indianpreneurs

Small business development holds great promise for American Indian economic progress, but big obstacles remain.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar , Pages 4-7

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The wealth (and poverty) of Indian nations

Small businesses and tribal colleges offer fresh hope in Indian country. They also face great hurdles.
Fedgazette , Volume 18 , Issue Mar , Pages 1

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Four directions: Native American lending in Maine

Four Directions, a community development financial institution established by Maine?s four Native American tribes, is overcoming many traditional barriers to lending on tribal land.
Communities and Banking , Issue Sum , Pages 29-31

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Few big winners

Many believe American Indian tribes are swimming in cash, thanks to their casinos. In fact, very few tribes have really hit the jackpot.
Fedgazette , Volume 15 , Issue Mar , Pages 11

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