Oklahoma is home to thirty-nine federally recognized tribes. Nowhere in North America will you find such diversity among Native Peoples, and nowhere will you find a more tragic history. Discover among the many faces of Oklahoma culture, the determination, values and respect that tribes have brought to this land, once called Indian Territory.
The Great Lakes and connecting waterways have remained the center of traditional and contemporary economies for centuries. Meet the Ojibwe and a tribe that was relocated to this region-the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin who care for these lands. Natural resources are the Tribes' main economy, including the famous Red Lake walleye and wild rice lakes.