Welcome

aya ceeki mihtohseenionka,kweesitoolaanki

Welcome to the official website of the
federally-recognized
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma!

This website serves two purposes: virtual community connectivity and education. It is our great hope that contents supplied herein will be of direct benefit to all myaamia citizens, and to those who visit this site as guests. Our culture and language identify us as the downstream people. The care and guidance of our elders, revitalization of our Tribal culture, traditions and customs. The return of our heritage language brings life and breath to all that we do. kiiloona myaamiaki, we are myaamiaki.

 
 

Photo by Doug Peconge

Myaamia artist Cathy Mowry teaching how to make a corn husk doll.

Photo by Jonathan Fox

Akima sharing the Tribe's accomplishments over the last year at the Indiana gathering in Huntington.

Photo by Jonathan Fox

Jarrid Baldwin working with Jane Burkhart on langauge materials at the Indiana workshop

Photo by Doug Peconge

Kansas workshop attendees learning myaamia greetings.

Photo by Doug Peconge

Greta Hedeen sewing the mat using a buffalo needle.

 

Photo by Doug Peconge

Little River Wetlands Project group and the Cattail Mat workshop participants. 

 

Photo by Doug Peconge

Washington State Langauge Workshop
Seenseewiciki
They play plum stone game.

Photo by Doug Peconge

Washington Language Workshop
Mahkisina ayootaawi miihkintiitaawi
Let's play the moccasin game.

 

Photo by Karen L. Baldwin

 

Community lacrosse game 2017 Annual Gathering

Photo by Jonathan M. Fox

eewansaapita kiihkayonki 2017.
Summer Youth Educational Experience in Fort Wayne.