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The story of Cherokee Nation citizen Ezekiel Proctor is explored in a new exhibit, “Sovereignty on Trial: The Tragedy at Goingsnake” at the Cherokee Supreme Court Museum in Tahlequah.
“Cherokee Women in Charge: Female Power and Leadership in American Indian Nations of Eastern North America” by Cherokee author Karen Coody Cooper has been released.
Five afternoons of fun, games, and learning about Will Rogers are in store for children ages 17 and younger during Spring Break, March 14–18, at two museums.
An Indigenous New Mexico woman has been named to lead the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
The long awaited cultural pathway in downtown Tahlequah is completed, connecting several Cherokee Nation museums and sites for tourists to the area.
Federal authorities say 15 historical artifacts stolen almost a half-century ago from a number of Pennsylvania museums have been returned to the institutions.
The Native American Fellowship Program is seeking fellows for its 10-week summer fellowship program at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts.
The Northeastern State University Center for Tribal Studies has partnered with the Oklahoma Arts Council to celebrate Cherokee art during American Indian Heritage month.