Culture & the Arts

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Mvskoke Women’s Leadership 2014 Awards Dinner

Hoktvke enfvyvtis em omvlkv – Women Guiding with All Her Might By staff Writer On Saturday March 22, 2014, the Mvskoke Women’s Leadership 2014 Awards dinner was held at the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s Nutrition center located at the tribal complex north of Okmulgee, Oklahoma. The evening included dinner, entertainment provided by Flute player Scottie Harjo, … Continue reading

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Ralph Ellison Library Presents: What Happened to the Freedmen?

Ralph Ellison Library presents a Black History Month special event. Date: Saturday February 22, 2014 Time: 11 A.M. Location: Ralph Ellison Library 2000 NE 23rd OKC, OK 73111 Join genealogist Ron Graham, from the Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen Band, as he discusses the Dawes Commission, the details of “40 acres and a mule,” and presents … Continue reading

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College of the Muscogee Nation Observance of African American History Month: Presentation by Ron Graham

The Freedmen Saga in the Dawes Commission Date: Tuesday February 11, 2014 Time: 3:00 – 4:00 P.M. Location: College of the Muscogee Nation room #103 Join the Muscogee Creek Indian Freedmen Band and genealogist Ron Graham, President, as they present the history and family research of Freedmen in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation within the Dawes … Continue reading

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INTERNATIONAL AND NATIVE AMERICAN ARTISTS COME TOGETHER TO HONOR THE WOLF

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIVE AMERICAN ARTISTS CONTRIBUTE TO A COMPILATION CD TO BENEFIT & HONOR THE WOLF New York, NY — The Native American Music Association, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) has just released a special benefit CD entitled, WOLF, featuring songs from award-winning and nominated recording artists in an effort to honor and pay tribute to the … Continue reading

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2013 Mvskoke Hall Of Fame Inducts Jacobs, Thompson, and Fife

Staff Writer (Tulsa,OK) – On October 12, 2013, the Mvskoke Hall of Fame Gala was held at the River Spirit Event Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Three new members were inducted into the Mvskoke Hall Of Fame including Jack Jacobs(posthumously), Mekko George Thompson, and Phyllis Fife, Ed.D. Muscogee (Creek) Principal Chief George Tiger was the Master … Continue reading

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Announcing Events for Protection of Ancestors and Sacred Places Symposium & Art Exhibit during the NCAI Annual Convention – October 15 -16, 2013

For Immediate Release (Tulsa, Oklahoma, 10/9/13)–Four events on October 15 and 16 are planned to call attention to the need to protect ancestors and sacred places. The events include a legislative roundtable and concert on the first day and a round dance and symposium on the second. The events coincide with the week long Annual … Continue reading

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Belated Happy Treaty of New York Day (August 7, 1790)

“The artist dressed us wrong. He was painting a scene 109 years past, but there were accurate portraits available in lithographs. He should have found them.” ~ Rob Trepp According to the online Encyclopedia of Alabama, the 1790 Treaty of New York was an treaty involving the new United States under George Washington’s administration and … Continue reading

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APCMA ANNOUNCES ARTIST CHASE MANHATTAN AS A 2013 NOMINEE

July 2, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On June 27, 2013, The Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards (APCMA) of Canada has nominated Minnesota’s Chase Manhattan for “Best Rap/HipHop CD & Best Album Cover Design” in recognition of his dedication to his music career. This is Chase’s first year being nominated. “Being nominated for these awards proves … Continue reading

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Stone Blade Restaurant Review: Outrageous Wine Prices Outshine an Otherwise Decent Dining Experience

By Edward F. Mouss II Recently, I was able to grab a bite at the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s Stone Blade Restaurant.  I have been contemplating doing a restaurant review for some time so I decided that I would to take note of the meal so that I could blog about it. The Stone Blade Restaurant … Continue reading

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2013 CHILOCCO INDIAN SCHOOL HALL OF FAME — Three Muscogee Creeks Among Inductees

By Staff Writer On June 1, 2013, six graduates of Chilocco Indian Agricultural School were inducted into the school’s  Hall of Fame in ceremonies at the First Council Casino Event Center at Chilocco-Newkirk, Oklahoma.  The ceremony took place at the Alumni Banquet at the 2013 reunion of the Chilocco National Alumni Association. Among the inductees, … Continue reading

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