On a recent trip to the Nashville headquarters of the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Seminole Chairman James Billie was surprised to find only Seminole chickees on the USET park. More than five years ago, each USET tribe agreed to build a traditional tribal structure there. "Only the Seminoles have kept their promise," said the Chairman, who made a fire so smoke would circulate through the area. "This way, the chickees will know they are not alone, not forgotten." According to USET Executive Director Tim Martin, the unfinished park jeopardizes USET's lease on the property. "Seminole did its part; the other tribes did not," said Martin. "I would encourage Jim Billie to use any type of peer pressure to light a fire under these other chiefs."