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Citizen Potawatomi Nation

800-880-9880, 405-275-3121
1601 S Gorden Cooper Dr
Shawnee, OK 74801

Culturally and linguistically, the Potawatomi are connected to the Ojibwe and the Odawa forming the Nishnabe (the...

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Wyandotte Nation

800-256-2359, 918-678-2297
64700 E Hwy 60
Wyandotte, OK 74370

More than a dozen tribes of the Great Lakes Region collectively called themselves Wendat, much like saying, "I am an...

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Osage Nation

800-320-8742, 918-287-5555
612 Leahy Ave
Pawhuska, OK 74056

The culture of the Osage Nation reaches back far into the Mississippian culture of the mid-continent region, centered at...

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Fort Sill Apache Tribe

877-826-0726, 580-588-2298
43187 US Hwy 281
Apache, OK 73006

Today's Fort Sill Apache are actually the survivors and descendants of the Chiricahua Apache tribe, whose original...

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Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

800-522-6170, 580-924-8280
529 N 16th Ave
Durant, OK 74701

Choctaw origin stories describe Nvnih Waiya, located in what is now Winston County, Mississippi, as the birthplace of...

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Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center

580-369-4222
35 N Colbert Rd
Davis, OK 73030

Located just off I-35 near Davis, the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center is the perfect place for weary travelers to stop...

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Comanche Nation Tourism Center

877-492-4988, 580-595-4941
410 SE Interstate Dr
Lawton, OK 73501

Pay a visit to the Comanche Nation Tourism Center for an introduction to Comanche Culture. Here, both native and...

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Choctaw Welcome Center

580-296-2672
2 miles N of OK/TX border on US 69/75
Colbert, OK 74733

Located just north of the Oklahoma-Texas border on Highway 69/75, the Choctaw Welcome Center is the perfect place for...

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Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma

580-654-2300
100 Kiowa Way, Hwy 9
Carnegie, OK 73015

Kiowa oral tradition says their origins were in the far north, in the Yellowstone area or possibly even Canada. They...

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Miami Tribe of Oklahoma

918-541-1300
3410 P St NW
Miami, OK 74354

The Miami first emerged as a distinct and different people at saakiiweeyonki (near South Bend, Indiana). Their...

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