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Native American Coordination Native American Coordination

Please consult with the Department Native American Coordinator and the FHWA regarding any Native American coordination.

Agency Native American Consultation Contacts

FDOT Native American Coordinator

Roy Jackson

roy.jackson@dot.state.fl.us

850-414-5323

FHWA Native American Coordinators

Buddy Cunill

benito.cunill@dot.gov

850-553-2224

Linda Anderson

linda.anderson@dot.gov

850-553-2226

Native American Tribes Currently Involved in FHWA/FDOT Consultation

Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida    (Back to Top)

Please send all correspondence concerning Section 106 issues to the Tribal Chairman at the address indicated.  Do not openly refer to human remains in any such correspondence.  Please send a copy of the Section 106 correspondence sent to the Chairman along with original report(s) or other documentation to Mr. Fred Dayhoff,  Section 106 and NAGPRA Coordinator, at the address provided. Please use regular mail or UPS, not FedEx, in contacting Mr. Dayhoff.

Mr. Colley Billie
Chairman
Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida
Tamiami Station
P.O. Box 440021
Miami, FL 33144

Mr. Fred Dayhoff
Section 106 and NAGPRA Coordinator
Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida
HC 61
SR Box 68 Old loop Road
Ochopee, FL 34141
Phone: 239-695-4360

Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians    (Back to Top)

Please note: ONLY consult with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians on projects occurring in the Florida panhandle, west of the Apalachicola River to the Alabama State Line.  Specifically the Choctaw area of interest in Florida includes the following counties: Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, and Gulf.

The preferred method of notification in the consultation process is by email tokcarleton@choctaw.org with electronic attachments or the ability to electronically download applicable documents from a file transfer protocol (ftp) site.

Chief Phyliss J. Anderson
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
101 Industrial Road
Choctaw, MS  39350

Mr. Kenneth H. Carleton
Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
P.O. Box 6257
101 Industrial Road
Choctaw, MS  39350

Muscogee (Creek) Nation    (Back to Top)

Mr. George Tiger
Principal Chief
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Office of the Administration 
P.O. Box 580
Okmulgee, OK  74447

Emman Spain (email)
Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Cultural Preservation
P.O. Box 580
Okmulgee, OK  74447

Poarch Band of Creek Indians    (Back to Top)

Stephanie A. Bryan
Tribal Chair
Poarch Band of Creek Indians
5811 Jack Springs Road
Atmore, AL 36502

Mr. Robert Thrower
Acting Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
Poarch Band of Creek Indians
5811 Jack Springs Road
Atmore, AL 36502

Seminole Tribe of Florida    (Back to Top)

Mr. James E. Billie
Chairman
Seminole Tribe of Florida
6300 Stirling Road
Hollywood, FL  33024

Paul N. Backhouse, Ph.D.
Acting Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
Tribal Historic Preservation Office
30290 Josie Billie Highway
PMB 1004
Clewiston, FL  33440

Anne H. Mullins, MCRP
Compliance Review Supervisor
Tribal Historic Preservation Office
30290 Josie Billie Highway
PMB 1004
Clewiston, FL  33440

Seminole Nation of Oklahoma    (Back to Top)

Mr. Leonard M. Harjo
Principal Chief
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
P.O. Box 1498
Wewoka, OK  74884

Ms. Natalie Harjo
Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma
P.O. Box 1498
Wewoka, OK  74884

Native American Coordination Information