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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 present...

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Cherokee Nation

800-256-0671, 918-456-0671
17675 S Muskogee Ave
Tahlequah, OK 74464

Some archaeologists differ regarding prehistory origins of the Cherokees, but most believe the Nation emerged out of South...

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Ottawa Tribe

918-540-1536
13 S Hwy 69 A
Miami, OK 74355

The original homelands of the Ottawa contain one of the oldest prehistory sites on the North American continent - the...

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Osage Nation

800-320-8742, 918-287-5555
627 Grandview 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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Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes

800-247-4612, 405-262-0345
100 Red Moon Circle
Concho, OK 73022

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes have a long history as allies and friends, so when branches of these two distinct tribes...

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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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Citizen Potawatomi Nation

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

Historically, the Potawatomi were a powerful Great Lakes nation that controlled millions of acres in modern day Wisconsin,...

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Chickasaw Nation

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 of a...

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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 traditional...

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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 of...

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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 were...

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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 weary...

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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...

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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 territory...

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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 settle...

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Modoc Tribe

918-542-1190
22 N Eight Tribes Trl
Miami, OK 74354

The ancestral home of the Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma consisted of some 5,000 square miles of along what is now the...

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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 and...

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Thlopthlocco Tribal Town

918-560-6198
PO Box 188
Okemah, OK 74859

Thlopthlocco Tribal Town was formed toward the end of the 18th century and was an upper Creek town of the old Creek town of...

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