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The name “Konawa” means "string of beads" in the Seminole (Maskoki) language?

Borders and Boundaries Art Exhibition open!

Borders and Boundaries art exhibition is open to the public!
Assimilation and appropriation have been and continue to be important and often fractious concepts for Native peoples. Native artists confront and respond to these ideas in their work all the time. The current hot topic among many contemporary Native and First Nations artists is "decolonization," a term fraught with meaning but yet hard to define exactly. What does that look like to artists outside North America, especially in a location such as Belfast, with its own very different colonization experience. 

Valentine's Day Selections

 If you want to make your loved one glow this Valentine's Day, consider shopping out great selection of Native inspired jewelry and accessories at our gift shop! We always have a remarkable collection of beaded and metal native jewelry, accessories and patchwork designs that is guaranteed to be as unique as the bond you share. 

Don't forget, when you shop Wewoka, you are giving them the most exclusive gifts for the right price, as well as supporting your town and local vendors! 


YouTube account is live!

As part of our Social Media campaign, the museum is proud to announce it has launched it's first YouTube account! This account will feature several short videos promoting events, the arrival of new art and artifacts, gift shop items, interviews, and will be used to bring our audience closer to the culture of the Seminole people. 

Please subscribe here, and don't forget to turn on notifications so that you can be alerted to any new content added!

Sorghum T-Shirts available online!

Our 2020 Sorghum Day t-shirts are available here on our online shop! 

These shirts are currently only available in short sleeve and come in red and gray. The size range for these t-shirts are Small-2XL. There are a limited supply of these shirts in our store so get them while they last!

Welcome to the Seminole Nation Museum

The Seminole Nation Museum documents and interprets the history and culture of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and the people and events that make its capital, Wewoka, one of the most historically significant and culturally diverse communities in Oklahoma. Through the use of select artifacts, historic photographs and interpretive exhibits, the events and stories that shaped the home of the Seminoles for more than a century are chronicled in a captivating, educational and enlightening experience.