aya ceeki mihtohseenionka, kweesitoolaanki

Welcome to the official website of the federally-recognized
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma!

This website serves two purposes: virtual community connectivity and education. It is our great hope that contents supplied herein will be of direct benefit to all myaamia citizens, and to those who visit this site as guests. Our culture and language identify us as the downstream people. The care and guidance of our elders, revitalization of our Tribal culture, traditions and customs. The return of our heritage language brings life and breath to all that we do. kiiloona myaamiaki, we are myaamiaki.


Chief Lankford gives prizes to the Tiny Tots winners. 

Members from the Myaamia Center relaxing at powwow. 

Secretary Treasurer Sarah Moore and brother Gage Lawson enjoying the Round Dance at General Council. 

Outgoing Tribal Princess Cheyenne Watson crowns newly-elected Princess Jewell Cunningham.

Winners of the archery tournament at Games Day during National Gathering.

Three Generations of Lacrosse: Chief Lankford with his sons Kyle (left) and Kolby (right) and Kyle’s children, Hagen and Katie, following the Lacrosse game on June 24.

Second Chief Olds administering the Oath of Office to Miami Nation officials following elections at General Council. From left, David Efird and Carol Larkin, both re-elected to three-year terms on the Grievance Committee; Jennifer Potter, Jr Tribal Princess; Chief Doug Lankford, re-elected to three-year term; Scott Willard, re-elected to three-year term as Second Councilperson, and Jewel Cunningham, Tribal Princess. Congratulations to all!

Business Committee members serve dinner at the 2016 Winter Gathering.

Singers, dancers and spectators at the 2016 Winter Gathering.

Ribbonwork class participants.

Singers providing music for the gourd dance at the annual Winter Gathering.

People attending the 2015 Miami Nation participate in the Indian Two-Step.