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The museum at Standing Bear Park, Museum and Education Center features content from the six tribes of the local area.
American Indian art and artifacts are exhibited at the Standing Bear Park, Museum and Education Center in Ponca City.
Oklahoma's culture is deeply rooted in American Indian traditions, proudly kept alive and shared through powwows and cultural festivals across the state.
Women dance at the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival in Oklahoma City.  This festival features dance, storytelling and a juried American Indian art show.
The Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center in Lawton offers visitors a glimpse into the history of the Comanche people and an opportunity to view artifacts such as this detailed beadwork.
Participants in the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival come from more than 100 tribes across the nation.
A dancer competes at the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival in Oklahoma City where people representing over 100 tribes from across North America gather to share the richness of their cultures with the world.
An American Indian dancer performs at the Magnolia Festival in Durant.
The Washita Battlefield National Historic Site in Cheyenne marks the location where Lt. Col. George A. Custer's troops staged a surprise attack at dawn on the peaceful Cheyenne village of Chief Black Kettle.  A visitor center and museum are located on-site.
The Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City is a chance for tribal members to reconnect and celebrate shared traditions.  The public is also welcome to enjoy the festivities.
A youngster participates in the dancing at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
Cherokee Heritage Center is the permanent residence of the Trail of Tears Exhibit. This exhibit depicts the harsh conditions along the Trail of Tears during the forced relocation of the Cherokee Tribe to Indian Territory.
Even the youngest participants get in on the dancing and fellowship at the Standing Bear Powwow in Ponca City.
The Standing Bear Powwow held in Ponca City each year draws crowds from around the region to celebrate native traditions and a proud heritage.
Standing Bear Park in Ponca City is a peaceful place where visitors can reflect and learn about the six tribes of the area as well as the civil rights contributions of Poncan Chief Standing Bear.
Mohawk Lodge Indian Store in Clinton is a Route 66 icon and historical treasure trove.  Equal parts museum and store, this unique shop offers hand-crafted items and Pendleton blankets for sale, interspersed among treasures from the past.
Famous Apache warrior Geronimo and his family are buried at Fort Sill in Lawton where he spent the last several years of his life.  Visitors bring decorations and small gifts to this gravesite to honor Geronimo.
A member of the Anoli dancers performs at the annual Magnolia Festival in Durant.
The Standing Bear Museum in Ponca City features exhibits focusing on each of the six tribes that call the area home.  A symbolic drum circle stands in the center of this entry gallery where the tribes are introduced.
A fancy dancer adds to the festive environment of the Magnolia Festival in Durant, which attracts 20,000 visitors each year.
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