“rediscover American history”
oin with others from different walks of life to meet and share in a communal experience as Native Peoples have done for thousands of years. Rediscover history and see how American Indian values are expressed through language, arts, dance, music, literature, crafts and other traditions thriving in Indian communities throughout Oklahoma today. The Center is located on the Oklahoma River, east of downtown Oklahoma City, in the Heart of Indian Country. The original river front landscape of the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum site featured sandstone bluffs, natural wetlands and diverse native vegetation. The North Canadian River is a tributary of the Canadian River, approximately 440 miles (708.1 km) long, flowing through New Mexico, the Texas Panhandle, and most of Oklahoma. In 2004, a 7-mile stretch of the river, south of the downtown central business district, including the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum site was renamed the Oklahoma River. The Cultural Center is the eastern anchor for the Oklahoma River development and one of several Brownfield projects eliminating environmental and human health impacts of their industrial history.
This museum is yet to be built, just as a heads up.
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