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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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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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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...

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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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Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma

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 were...

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Absentee Shawnee Tribe

800-256-3341, 405-275-4030
2025 S Gordon Cooper Dr
Shawnee, OK 74801

Although the Absentee Shawnee are known to have lived in the eastern United States, it has been documented that they...

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Delaware Tribe of Indians

918-337-6590
5100 Tuxedo Blvd
Bartlesville, OK 74006

Historically Delaware Territory extended along the Delaware and Hudson river valleys in what are today the states of New...

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Chickasaw Visitor Center

580-622-8050
901 W 1st St
Sulphur, OK 73086

Stop in to the Chickasaw Visitor Center, rest for a moment and catch your bearings before jumping off into the Chickasaw...

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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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