Mohawk Lodge Indian Store

Mohawk Lodge Indian Store 22702 Rt 66 N
Clinton, OK 73601

Phone: 580-323-2360
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Whether you're looking to buy a Pendleton blanket, an authentic pair of beaded moccasins, baskets or supplies such as beads and hides, you're sure to find them at the Mohawk Lodge. This unique store was the first trading post in Indian Territory, opened in 1892 in nearby Colony as an outlet and beading house for the Cheyenne women to make and sell their handmade creations. The store was moved to its present location on Route 66 in 1940, and still buys, sells and trades authentic Indian crafts and artifacts across the same counter used in 1892. While visiting, be sure to view the original antique ...

Whether you're looking to buy a Pendleton blanket, an authentic pair of beaded moccasins, baskets or supplies such as beads and hides, you're sure to find them at the Mohawk Lodge. This unique store was the first trading post in Indian Territory, opened in 1892 in nearby Colony as an outlet and beading house for the Cheyenne women to make and sell their handmade creations. The store was moved to its present location on Route 66 in 1940, and still buys, sells and trades authentic Indian crafts and artifacts across the same counter used in 1892. While visiting, be sure to view the original antique photos of Cheyennes and other museum-worthy treasures that have traded at the historic site over the past century.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Gift Shop

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception

Day

Open

Close

Monday

9:00 am

5:30 pm

Tuesday

9:00 am

5:30 pm

Wednesday

9:00 am

5:30 pm

Thursday

9:00 am

5:30 pm

Friday

9:00 am

5:30 pm

Saturday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

From I-40 W, exit 69. Go 3 miles. Located downhill on S side. From I-40 E, take exit 66 to stop light, turn E. Located on the S side.

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Pat Henry




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From Sandra Berry on 01/08/15

I LOVE this store! I am a high school art teacher and I teach beading in my classes. Henry and Pat are good people and will stay and talk as long as you want! They have helped me greatly with their inventory and tips on projects!


From Mary Caronna on 11/29/14

Visited the Mowhawk Lodge about three weeks ago. After reading the comments I felt compelled to make one of my own. The store is very small, inside a house--almost missed it. The owners were extremely friendly and told my husband and I old stories about the original store, showed us many historical pictures, even brought us into the residence to show us the old, old Indian crafts that date waaaaay back. We were shown old items and then the owner showed us old pictures of the Indians actually wearing those items. The prices varied depending on what you were interested in. The Pendleton blankets were the cheapest price I had seen in Oklahoma, and I spent three weeks in the state. The only disappointment I had was most of the old Indian craft items were not for sale, which was about 75% of what was in the store, and the owner told me that if it was for sale I probably couldn't afford it anyway because it was so old and irreplaceable. In all I found the store very interesting and I would definitely return if only to look at all the old Indian crafts. Some were sooooo beautiful, expecially the bead work.


From Mrs Cookson on 04/14/14

Not a good place to go, they rip you off and they rip off the artist they buy from your better off going to Cherokee trading post their honest not like Mohawk lodge


From william on 03/09/14

hello .my italian nice information for one day visit thank you sincerely


From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/26/12

Houston, please call Mohawk Lodge Indian Store directly at 580-323-2360 and they will be more than happy to help you. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Houston Stevens on 09/26/12

Need moccasins ASAP. Tell me what your's start at pricewise. Fully beaded, partially beaded and even plain- Woodland style


From Robert G. Evans on 04/05/12

I have been a visitor to the Mohawk Lodge many times in the last 25 years. It was originally run by Nellie Stevens and since she passed away, the last years, it has been operated by her daughter. I have always been welcomed there and bought many items over the years. The store has excepitional beadwork pieces and has always been most helpful to me and I have received very fair prices for the beautiful items I have purchsaed. I would consider Pat and Charles Henry to be very good friends and I always receive a Christmas card from them each year. Unlike some, I cannot say enough nice things about The Mohawk Lodge.


From M. Lewis on 11/25/11

The store is interesting, lots of historical pictures. It is small one room - what you see in the picture is it. It is inside a house, you have to ring the bell and wait to be let in. It is a bit crowded inside - I don't think a wheelchair would fit inside the aisles. The store has a unpleasant smell - not sure if it is the old leather or something worse. The store owners are not very friendly.


From Bill Hart on 06/06/11

I made a special trip out to Clinton to visit the Mohawk Lodge. I have been making this trip for several years on this date to make purchases. This year I was met at the front door with extreme anger. I did not know what the problem was. Can you tell me what was wrong? Bill Hart


From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/01/11

Stan you might want to check out the Okie Boutique link at the bottom of this page for gourmet food products made right here in Oklahoma. After you click on the link below, select the Gourmet Foods link of the left side of the page. Happy shopping and thank you for using TravelOK.com.


From stan komenda on 05/28/11

I've been looking for some hot indian relish, maybe you have some suggestions thank you


 
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