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Seminole Freedman

03/17/2017
Though not widely known, the story of the Black Seminoles is deeply rooted in the fabric of American history. Fleeing plantations in the American South, slaves first began making their way to Spanish Florida in the late 1600s, when Spain offered freedom to fugitives who agreed to defend the Spanish crown. Just north of St. Augustine, black refugees from British America founded the settlement of Mose, the first legally sanctioned free black town in North America. Read More

Look Who's in Oklahoma Today!

08/01/2007
The story, written by contributing editor Brooke Adcox, selects venues in each of Oklahoma’s seventy–seven counties that are, as she explains, patchwork pieces...essential to the Oklahoma Experience. Read More

Memorials Honor Loved Ones

08/01/2007
Donations to the Memorial Fund may be made to honor the living (Living Memorials) or the deceased and are used to purchase new artworks, artifacts and build permanent additions to the museum building and grounds. Read More

The Seminole Nation Museum TV Commercial

08/01/2007
Watch or download the Seminole Nation Museum TV commercial. Read More

Society Receives Trimble Archives

07/30/2007
Society Receives Trimble Archives
A major gift to the Seminole Nation Historical Society has been received of Pulitzer Prize winning author Vance Trimble. Read More

Museum Welcomes Karen Smith

07/30/2007
The directors and staff of the Seminole Nation Museum are pleased to announce the addition of Karen Smith to our family as the Museum’s first full-time Registrar. Read More

Museum staff updates…

07/30/2007
Museum staff updates…
Throughout the year, staff members work diligently to promote the Museum and Wewoka far and wide and to further our presence in the museum community. Read More

Smithsonian traveling exhibit arriving soon

07/30/2007
Smithsonian traveling exhibit arriving soon
As part of the fellowship, the Smithsonian is producing six copies of the exhibit to be shared by the participants’ affiliated museums. Construction is almost complete and the exhibit will be arriving soon. Read More

New Hours of Operation Established

07/30/2007
New Hours of Operation Established
The Seminole Nation Museum is now open to the public 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Read More

Museum receives grant to benefit collections

07/30/2007
The Seminole Nation Museum is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of a grant from the Oklahoma-based Inasmuch Foundation. Read More