Tribal Complexes in Caddo County

category : Ethnic Heritage
The Apache Tribe of Oklahoma - Tribal Complex of the Plains Apache ( Kiowa-Apache)
- Located on the southeast side of Anadarko on S. H. 8 south about a quarter of a mile from the intersection of NE Seventh Street and Central Boulevard.

Delaware Tribe of Western Oklahoma - Delaware Tribal history is reflected through artifacts, artwork and resource material at their small museum.

Open: Monday through Friday 8 am-5pm. Free admission.

Located 2 mi N on US 281

Delaware Tribal Museum

Box 825

Anadarko, OK


Wichita Tribe of Oklahoma - Wichita history is displayed through artwork, resource material and the many artifacts in rich
background information.

Open: Monday through Friday 9 am-5pm. Free

Located 1 1/4 mile North of Anadarko on Highway 281, first road after the Riverside Indian School

Wichita Tribal Museum

405/247-2425, appointments only

Fort Sill Apache Tribal Complex - The late Allan Houser, who was born at Fort Sill in Lawton as an Fort Sill Apache prisoner, gave the tribe a beautifully-executed bronze sculpture of an Apache family. Houser was nationally known and lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Located 12 miles south of Anadarko on U.S. 281

Caddo Tribe of Oklahoma

- The tribal has a cultural museum. Located 18 miles north of Anadarko on U.S. 281, near Binger.

The Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma - The tribal has a museum that is open weekdays. Located on the west side of Carnegie on S.H. 9.

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