aya ceeki mihtohseeniaki, kweesitoolakoki

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.


First Councilperson Donya Williams and Miami Tribe employee and member James Battese. Mr. Battese was recently recognized at the 7th Annual AARP Oklahoma Indian Elder Honors.

Miami Tribe member, Bobbie Munson (left) and Title VI employee, Shelia Cook (right) were shopping for a bargain at the 2015 Christmas Bazaar. The annual event is hosted by Title VI.

Tribal employees gather at Headquarters for the Employee Appreciation Reception on Dec. 4.

The Tribe’s annual Veteran’s Day Appreciation Reception was held on November 10 at the Gordon House. Several veterans attended the event and were presented a token of appreciation from the tribe.

Children in the two-year-old class perform at Leonard Learning Center’s Christmas Program.

2015 Fall Gathering in Fort Wayne, Indiana on September 19, 2015.

Kansas Language Workshop, September 11, 2015.

Tribal members learning LaCrosse at Family Day during 2015 National Gathering.

First Councilperson Donya Williams accepting WEWIN’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

People attending the 2015 Miami Nation participate in the Indian Two-Step.

Eewansaapita students enjoy a hike on the Geboe grounds. —Photo by Andrew Strack

Myaamia LaCrosse team won the annual match against Seneca-Cayuga youth. — Photo by Andrew Strack

The 15th Annual Miami Nation Pow Wow was held at NEO A&M College. — Photo by Andrew Strack

The first dance at the Tribe's new grounds was held at end of language camp. —Photo by Andrew Strack