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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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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