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MNE 1st Quarter Report 2017

Introduction to Myaamia Homes


 The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma’s Cultural Resources Extension Office would like you and your family to join us at Fox Island County Park for introspective exploration on the Miami home over time. From alakiihkwikaani (bark covered lodges) to the peepakakišikaana (framed houses) of today, Myaamia people have called many dwellings “niiki” my home. In this presentation, George Ironstrack will provide a history of the Myaamia home and in the discussion that follows the community will talk about ways in which our homes have always been Myaamia homes and ways in which we can all increase the presence of our language and culture in our homes." Light refreshments will be provided.


March 18th, 2017

1pm to 3pm

Fox Island Park

Nature Center

7324 Yohne Rd

Fort Wayne, In 46809


    Free to all enrolled Tribal citizens, spouses, and children.
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Register online at
Contact Doug Peconge for more information,
918-919-1484 or
Click here to RSVP online or by phone.




Miami Tribe of Oklahoma leadership proudly announces the appointment of a new Board of Directors for Miami Nation Enterprises.  Board Members were formally appointed through Resolution 16-40, passed on Friday, September 30, 2016.  Congratulations to new MNE Board of Directors Appointees Rachel Hall Eikenberry, Joseph W. Leonard, Brett Hayes, Aaron Alsbaugh, and Lance Theobald.  New MNE Board Appointees were selected from resumes and qualifications submitted to the Business Committee for consideration.  The names of appointees were formally announced at the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Monthly Meeting held on Tuesday, October 4, 2016, at 4:00 P.M.  The Monthly Meeting was formally moved from October 11, 2016 to October 4th as several members of the Business Committee will be at the National Congress of American Indians Annual Meeting the week of October 10th.  Congratulations again to the new MNE Board of Directors Members.

Daryl Baldwin, tribal Citizen and Director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University has been awarded the MacArthur Fellowship. This is a highly distinguished award that recognizes his tremendous contributions to language revitalization. To read more about Daryl's fellowship click the this link.

"The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma has donated $33,000 to the History Center to pay for the restoration of the shake shingle roof of the Chief Richardville House on Bluffton Road​."  To read more about the donation click on this link.