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  • Enrolled CPN tribal member
  • Military Portrait [600dpi TIFF]
  • DD214
  • Active duty military are welcome
  • Dishonorable discharges will not be permitted in the Veteran Memorial


In order for item(s) to be considered, please complete and submit the Donation/Loan Consideration Form found here and at the Cultural Heritage Center reception desk. Once the form has been reviewed by Collections and Research Staff, donors will be contacted to discuss acceptance or rejection details.


The Cultural Heritage Center is interested in collecting any item(s) that pertain to the historical, cultural and genealogical legacy of the Tribe.


The Cultural Heritage Center strives to have an open collection policy. To view an item(s) not on exhibition, please contact the Collections Manager to set-up an appointment (restrictions permitting). 

 

Collections Manager

KeAnne Langford, M.A.  

405-878-5830 

keanne.langford@potawatomi.org.


The Cultural Heritage Center no longer accepts donations/loans during the Family Reunion Festival. Given the large amount of submissions made by Tribal members during the three day gathering, staff is unable to adequately process and adhere to the preservation needs of each collection.


The Cultural Heritage Center staff strives to provide the most appropriate care for our collections. Adhering to this policy, we cannot guarantee if or when an item(s) will be exhibited. Item(s) from our permanent collection are regularly rotated for exhibition.


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The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center exists to preserve the Potawatomi culture and educates the community on Potawatomi’s history, traditions, art, and language through culturally relevant programs. The CHC’s programming engages Potawatomi youth, adults, and elders to preserve the Tribe’s language and traditions for generations to come.

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