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G ambling on a New Life is Midwest Magazine's 1995 close look at the more human side of the Indian casino phenomenon, with tribal people totting up minuses as well as plusses for the reporter.
The county is gonna set up these toll barriers on its roads, and make drivers pay to reach the casino.
The larger tribes were put into remote outback concentration camps - far from land the white settlers wanted for anything.Ada Deer, Menominee head of the BIA speaks up in a short text-file about the realities of Indian gaming National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling - and here's an organized expression of what tribes are up against.If millions of people could for very low cost engage in on-line gaming of all types, for real money prizes, from their homes, would this cut into casino tourism?For those who are, though, it is just about the only business success story that Indian reservations have ever had.Ho-hum, light evening newsbreak.Must be very spiritual types, those Okie Wyandottes.Well, "The Check is in the Mail doesn't really have that appeal of the flashing spotlights, bells, sirens, that herald winning big casino-style, to be sure.Gambling on a New Life Gaming Resort Development, Inc.They report on how the P"tribe got itself together, and what seems an extremely unlikely fairy-godfather-story of how kindly Malaysian gambling investors provided hundreds of millions for Foxwoods' startup a world away.Oneida (Wisconsin) Bingo, a content-poor and rather ugly website done for the much larger, richer Wisconsin Oneidas by a talentless and unskilled contractor, possibly Somebody's relative.Chinook Winds Casino, lincoln City, OR, chip-In Casino and Motel.Apache Gold Casino Resort, san Carlos, AZ, aVI Resort Casino.
Recent federal criminal convictions of Minnesota White Earth Ojibwe reservation leaders for tribal government corruption involving casino money could find a few echoes, too, in the recent past: other tribal leaders convicted for corruptions involving collusion with developers ripping off land and resources on their.
Tribes are not named.
Bingozone rapidly became so popular (the programming to play is pretty good) it's spawned a fan club that even shows you the screen graphics you'll see if you win.
The Kansas Wyandots - who actually respect their relatives buried in the Huron Cemetery - don't want the Okie Wyandottes to.
It's traditional, oh yes.O neida Nation's Turning Stone Casino (Vernon, NY) web page has become more of a hardsell on it and other tourist services such as their RV Park, the hotel, its classy (Sapphire) restaurant that serves buffaloburger quesadillas.Nearly every tribe that has a successful casino could tell similar stories.They're missing a large number of tribal casinos from several states.Can the phenomenon of unusual financial success last?But many - on reservations far from population centers and with nothing in particular to attract tourists - are not successful.Yep, the New Buffalo are really sheep, white sheep, in for the shearing.