How Great Thou Art in Potawatomi – Click for Full Text

Language learners, here are is the translation of the song posted to our youtube channel earlier today. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VvJ-Y5h7Bg)

Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art Extends Ojibwa Photograph Exhibit Until June 30

Free admission to this exhibit during Festival weekend!

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CPN Owned Glass-Plate Negative Nominated for Oklahoma Endangered Artifacts listing

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center has been selected to participate in Oklahoma’s Top Ten Endangered Artifacts campaign, sponsored by the Oklahoma Cultural Heritage Trust, to increase awareness and support for Oklahoma’s most important historical objects. In all, 25 … Continue reading

CPN Eagle Aviary Releases Rehabilitated Bald Eagle – Click Here to View

Citizen Potawatomi Artist Spotlight: Sharon Catlege

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Sharon Catlege was born and grew up in rural Oklahoma.  She was given the Potawatomi name “Jejakwe” meaning “Crane Woman”.  The crane, called the thunderer, rarely made noise; however, when it did, its sound was unmistakable.  Sharon has chosen to … Continue reading