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Midwest Crane is Native American Owned. We are Proud of our Cherokee Heritage. Raised in the Cherokee Nation , Midwest Crane Services is committed to serving the Cherokee Nation and hiring Native Americans. The Cherokees were forced to relocate to Indian Territory on the Trail of Tears. The Cherokee Nation today is an active leader in education, housing, vocational training, business and economic development. It is the second-largest Indian tribe in the United States with more than 300,000 tribal citizens. Over 70,000 Cherokee reside within a 7,000 square mile geographical area, which is not a reservation but rather a federally-recognized, truly sovereign nation covering most of northeast Oklahoma. Its jurisdictional service area encompasses eight entire counties along with portions of six others. As one of only three such federally-recognized Cherokee tribes, the Cherokee Nation has both the sovereign right and the responsibility to exercise control and development over tribal assets, including more than 66,000 acres of land and 96 miles of the Arkansas Riverbed. The Cherokee Nations promotes employment for our tribal members along with resources for training and starting your own Native American owned company. Contact www.Cherokee.org    

Midwest provides employment opportunities with preference to Cherokee Indians and Native Americans. If you are looking for a career in the Crane Industry, contact Janette VanMeter with Midwest Crane Services email: jvanmeter@midwestcraneservices.com.