Community Partners

The Muscogee Nation partners with local, regional, and international partners throughout the world. Here are a few examples of community partnerships that foster collaboration, growth, and commitment to our reservation. Mvto (Thank You) Broken Arrow: Broken Arrow was formed in 1902 and named for the Muscogee (Creek) settlement of Native Americans who were forced from…

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Muscogee Nation Festival

Held annually in June, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Festival is a celebration of the living culture and contemporary life of Muscogee people. Since 1974, The Muscogee Nation Festival has been a treasured and time-honored experience. All event are FREE to attend and are family friendly. Festival events include sports tournaments, an all Indian rodeo, a…

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Mvskoke Fashion

Originally held for the 2021 Miss USA & Teen Miss USA Pageant contestants, Mvskoke Fashion shows have become an increasingly popular way to see facets of our culture come to life. Fashion is not only a way to share our culture with the world, but also highlight the creativity and vibrancy of our Muscogee (Creek)…

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Mvskoke Traditional Foods

Muscogee people strive to observe their cultural food-based system by preparing and eating many of the same foods produced by their ancestors. They continue to hunt, fish, forage for edible plants, grow corn and other vegetables, and maintain their use of the same ingredients, or the closest substitute, to prepare their traditional foods. While the…

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Tribal Complex: Headquarters

Located in Okmulgee, the Nation’s capital, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Complex serves as the seat of tribal government. It houses the Executive Branch (Principal Chief, Second Chief, Support Staff), Legislative Branch (National Council), the Judicial Branch (District and Supreme Courts), and many support services essential to the function of tribal government including the Lighthorse Tribal…

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Mvskoke Language & Culture

More than 400 years ago a single language was shared among a large number of towns along the Coosa, Tallapoosa, Alabama, Chattohoochee, and Flint Rivers of Alabama and Georgia. It was the most widely spoken language in the region, used for diplomacy, medicine, and personal names even in towns where other languages were used for…

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Creek Council House:

The Creek Council House located in Okmulgee, Oklahoma stands as a bridge from pre-removal Muscogee life in the North American southeast to a new life in Indian Territory. It is the place where present-day Muscogee (Creek) government was formally established and where Muscogee people founded the present-day city of Okmulgee in 1868. There are many…

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