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United Keetoowah Band of Cherokees

918-431-1818

2450 S Muskogee Ave

Tahlequah, OK 74464

Keetoowah Cherokee believe that "Kituwah" or "Keetoowah" is the true name of the Cherokee people given to them by the ... read more...

Caddo Nation

405-656-2344

117 Memorial Ln

Binger, OK 73009

Ancestors of the Caddo people began settling farmstead communities in the present states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas ... read more...

Kialegee Tribal Town

405-452-3262

100 Kialegee Dr

Wetumka, OK 74883

Culturally Kialegee Tribal Town is part of the Muscogee people but politically they constitute separate legal entities. ... read more...

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 ... read more...

Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma

800-259-9987, 918-540-2535

118 S Eight Tribes Trl

Miami, OK 74355

The Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma is a confederation of Kaskaskia, Peoria, Piankeshaw and Wea Indians united into ... read more...

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 ... read more...

Wichita & Affiliated Tribes

405-247-2425

1 1/4 miles N on Hwy 281

Anadarko, OK 73005

Indigenous to Oklahoma, the ancestors of the historic Wichita and Affiliated tribes were probably the first people to ... read more...

Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma

866-787-5452, 918-787-5452

23701 S 655 Rd

Grove, OK 74344

The homeland of both the Seneca and Cayugas originated in what is today the upstate Finger Lakes Region of the state of ... read more...

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 ... read more...

Euchee (Yuchi) Tribe of Indians

918-224-3065

804 E Taft

Sapulpa, OK 74067

The Euchee (often also spelled Yuchi) are an American Indian people of Oklahoma whose original homelands were in the ... read more...

Otoe-Missouria Tribe

877-692-6863, 580-723-4466

8151 Hwy 177

Red Rock, OK 74651

The story of the confederated tribes of Otoe and Missouria, once two separate peoples, began centuries ago when a mass ... read more...

Shawnee Tribe

918-542-2441

29 S Hwy 69A

Miami, OK 74355

The Shawness are an Eastern Woodlands Tribe pushed west by white encroachment. They share a linguistic and historic ... read more...

Alabama Quassarte Tribal Town

405-452-3987

101 E Broadway

Wetumka, OK 74883

The Alabama and Quassarte people each had a distinct identity as a tribal town in their ancestral homelands in the ... read more...

The Great Seminole Nation of Oklahoma

405-257-7200

36645 Hwy 270

Wewoka, OK 74884

The Seminole, one of the five civilized tribes, were originally part of the Creek, a loose confederacy of ethnic groups ... read more...

Chickasaw Nation

866-466-1481, 580-436-2603

520 E Arlington St

Ada, OK 74820

From their migration to what is now Mississippi, Kentucky, Alabama and Tennessee in prehistoric times, to the purchase ... read more...

Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma

580-628-2561

1 Rush Buffalo Rd

Tonkawa, OK 74653

The Tonkawa belong to the Tonkawan linguistic family that once comprised a number of small tribes indigenous to ... read more...

Sac & Fox Nation

800-259-3970, 918-968-3526

920883 S Hwy 99

Stroud, OK 74079

The indigenous homelands of the Sac and Fox Nation were in the western Great Lakes region. "Sac and Fox" is actually a ... read more...

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 ... read more...

Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma

888-642-4724, 918-542-1853

5681 S 630 Rd

Quapaw, OK 74363

The name "Quapaw" is a derivative of the tribal term Ugakhpa, meaning "downstream people." It is believed the Quapaw ... read more...

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