• When the Creeks rise

    When the Creeks rise0

    Liz Gray/Reporter Citizens represent heritage, culture during marches OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Three Muscogee (Creek) citizens traveled together from Oklahoma to attend the first ever Indigenous Peoples’ March Jan. 18 in Washington, D.C. One of those citizens, Brittany Cuevas, had heard about the march right before the holiday season and decided she wanted to figure out

  • All-tribe input, deeper meaning goal of OKC museum

    All-tribe input, deeper meaning goal of OKC museum1

    Sterling Cosper/Manager New curator discusses approach to shaping exhibitions OKLAHOMA CITY — It would be easy to argue that the process of completing the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum proposed for Oklahoma City has been arduous. Funding issues along with that of investment balance between the tribes and state, as well as a transfer

  • Five Tribes to hold genealogy conference

    Five Tribes to hold genealogy conference0

    Jason Salsman/Multimedia Producer Event to be presented by Cherokee Heritage Center SULPHUR, Oklahoma — For the first time ever, the Five Civilized Tribes are formally gathering to share knowledge and hear from genealogy experts. The Five Tribes Ancestry Conference, “Understanding Native American genealogy among the Five Tribes,” will take place June 7-9 at the Chickasaw


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