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Oklahoma has been home to American Indian peoples for 30,000 years.  You can explore the many native cultures that now call Oklahoma home at museums, attractions and American Indian events across the state.
The pageantry of the Standing Bear Powwow makes it a powerful experience for those who attend the annual event in Ponca City each September.
The Red Earth American Indian Cultural Festival is a unique occasion where America's Northern and Southern tribes celebrate their heritage at one event. In full regalia, dancers represent the traditions of their people in one the world's most prestigious competitions, held each June in Oklahoma City.
A competitor at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee hangs on to maximize his score.
American Indian culture thrives in Oklahoma where powwows, cultural festivals and tribal museums share the richness of American Indian culture.
A tiny tot displays his finest regalia as he rides through Oklahoma City as part of the Red Earth Parade.  The annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival brings together representatives of over 100 tribes and more than 30,000 visitors to celebrate American Indian culture.
The Oklahoma Scottish Festival, also known as Scotfest, takes place with the downtown Tulsa skyline in the background.
John Keel, a member of the Comanche tribe, participates in the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City.
Bull riding is one of the most exciting events at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
The Prague Kolache Festival celebrates the area's Czech heritage with bright costumes, dancing, a parade and thousands of tasty kolaches.
The Red Earth Parade in Oklahoma City signals the beginning of the Red Earth Festival each June.
The Tulsa Oktoberfest was recognized as the Best German Food Festival by Bon Appetit magazine in 2005.
The Seminole Nation Museum in Wewoka documents and interprets the history and culture of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma.
A young participant dances at the Kaw Nation Intertribal Powwow in northern Oklahoma's Kaw City.
Members of the Kiowa Black Leggings Warrior Society take part in a ceremony to honor veterans.  The public is invited to attend the annual event in Anadarko which includes two days of traditional dancing and ceremonial festivities.
The annual International Festival in Lawton celebrates the town's diverse heritage through free concerts, cultural dance demonstrations, ethnic foods and fun-filled family activities.
A bull rider puts it all on the line while competing at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
Miami is home to nine American Indian tribal nations, making powwow celebrations a staple of the local culture.  Visitors are welcome to attend and experience the rich American Indian heritage.
Black predecessors of the Buffalo Soldiers served during the Civil War in Indian Territory, which later became Oklahoma.  They were largely responsible for the Union victory over Confederate forces in this area, especially in the pivotal Battle of Honey Springs near Checotah.
A Red Earth Festival participant prepares to perform in the dance competition.  The Red Earth Festival is held each year in Oklahoma City and brings over 100 tribes together to celebrate American Indian heritage.
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