Built in 1919
Only original remaining Cherokee courthouse.
Original Indian arts, crafts and artifacts.
The Creek Nation Tribal Complex serves as the government headquarters for the Creek Nation including all divisions of tribal government.
Superintendent's Home has been the residence to 30 Osage Agency Superintendents. In 1994
The town of Pawnee, Oklahoma, was first a trading post on Bear Creek, and then the agency for the Pawnee tribe after their removal from Nebraska. The 646
Salt was a valuable commodity in the early 1800s. Besides being used as a seasoning, it was also used in food preparation and leather tanning. Salt also served as a medium of exchange in the West.
The Healing Rock is not only one of the most outstanding physical formations found in the area, but it also plays an integral part in Osage County'
Oklahoma, literally translated as "Land of the Red Man," was home to Native American tribes long before the white man came. So it was, also, in Skiatook, which is considered the Gateway to the Osage.
The Cherokee Council first met in 1839
This structure was built in 1845 by James S. Pierce to house the Cherokee National Supreme Court. The supreme and district court both held sessions here for some time. The "Cherokee Advocate"
Sequoyah Bay State Park is located within an oak-hickory woodland of eastern Oklahoma on the shores of Fort Gibson Reservoir.
Standing Bear won the battle for himself and for all Native Americans to become "persons"
African and African-American history and heritage exhibits, art collection and multimedia resources.
Standing on the lawn of the present day Seminole County Court House is the Whipping Tree where the Seminoles punished their criminals prior to 1907.
Who Were the Seminoles?
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is an American Indian Tribe organized pursuant to the provisions of the Act of June 26, 1936-49. Stat. 1967
The Apache Tribe of Oklahoma - Tribal Complex of the Plains Apache ( Kiowa-Apache) - Located on the southeast side of Anadarko on S. H. 8