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it's MVSKOKE TIME!

it's MVSKOKE TIME!
Join us at the MVSKOKE/Creek Nation Festival June 27 & 28 in Okmulgee.

The best of the rest!

The best of the rest!
Seminole Nation Museum "Quiz Whizzes" capture Second Place at Trivia Night fundraiser

Ceremonies to honor historic seminole chief

Ceremonies to honor historic seminole chief
John Jumper to be honored with plaques, ceremonies at Seminole Nation Museum and Spring Baptist Church

It's April Shower time!

It's April Shower time!
Annual Museum fundraiser is today...come see us!

Cultural treasure available again

Cultural treasure available again
Iconic reference book on Seminole culture and medicine is now back in print

Daisies Slate Annual Museum Fundraiser

Daisies Slate Annual Museum Fundraiser
April 30th is date set for annual event

Seminole who used his language to outfox World War II enemy dies at 96

Seminole who used his language to outfox World War II enemy dies at 96
Edmond Harjo, one of the last surviving members of a group of American Indians who used their native languages to outmaneuver the enemy during World Wars I and II, died last week in Oklahoma. He was 96.

Spring Clearance in gift shop!

Spring Clearance in gift shop!
Great savings on cultural items, crafts, souvenirs and books!

Allan Houser Centennial Begins

Allan Houser Centennial Begins
Famed Native American Oklahoma artist is honored state-wide

Local Art Available

Local Art Available
Holdenville non-profit celebrates area talent with art fundraiser

Painting with Pinot

Painting with Pinot
Join us for all the fun!

Landscaping Project Underway

Landscaping Project Underway
Long-awaited project kicks-off an exciting New Year!

Ellwanger Accepts State Leadership Role

Museum Executive Director helps preserve Oklahoma Icon

Cheese Apples!

Cheese Apples!
39th Annual Holiday Bazaar to feature seasonal staple

Red Dirt Rangers Highlight Sorghum Festival

Red Dirt Rangers Highlight Sorghum Festival
Nationally-known musicians bring eclectic sound to annual fall festival

Land of Black Gold

Land of Black Gold
Once thought to be worthless, the lands of the Seminole Nation held a river of Black Gold

Museum Welcomes New Intern

Museum Welcomes New Intern
The Museum would like to welcome Abbey Take as our new intern.

Museum to set up at Seminole Nation Days

The Museum will have a tent at Seminole Nation Days, September 20-22 2013. Come by and see us.

The Supper Quilt Coming to Seminole Nation Museum

The Supper Quilt Coming to Seminole Nation Museum
The Supper Quilt, a representation of da Vinci's The Last Supper, will be on display at the Museum on Sorghum Day, October 26. Admission is free!

Museum Founder Profiled in Magazine

Museum Founder Profiled in Magazine
The life of Mutt Miller, co-founder and director of the Seminole Nation Museum, is profiled in an issue of "Sooner Spectator" magazine.