27 kiiyolia kiilhswa (2022)

noonki kaahkiihkwe tikawi ceeliteeki (77℉) aahsanteeki ahsenisiipionki. noonki peehkonteeki myaalisiwa kiiyolia kiilhswa (peemineeta). taaniši kiišikahki niiyaaha apiyani? neemani-nko kati kiiyolia kiilhswa? tookinanto oowaaha -> kiiyolia kiilhswa neemani-nko kati aakalaahšimaataweenki? toohkinanto mihtahkiši. (For English, click below)

The Battle of Kiihkayonki

About this time of year in 1790, the Myaamiaki (Miamis) and Mihši-maalhsaki (Americans) were at war. The violence in the middle of October is recalled as the Battle of Kiihkayonki. In this blog post, George Ironstrack narrates the actions of the Miamis and their allies, as well as the American forces. This prolonged battle initiated…

Gardening at the Drake House

The gardens at the historic Drake House in myaamionki noošonke siipionki ‘Miami, OK,’ have provided food and an opportunity to experiment with and demonstrate various techniques for use in both small- and large-scale production. The Drake House property was added to the Tribal Registry of Historic Places in 2006 and has been home to many…

13 kiiyolia kiilhswa (2022)

noonki kaahkiihkwe tikawi neepanki (73℉) aahsanteeki ahsenisiipionki. peehkonteekinki naanoohkite neepanki. noonki peehkonteeki waawiyiisita kiiyolia kiilhswa (keešaakosita). taaniši kiišikahki niiyaaha apiyani? neemani-nko kati kiiyolia kiilhswa? tookinanto oowaaha -> kiiyolia kiilhswa neemani-nko kati aakalaahšimaataweenki? toohkinanto mihtahkiši. (For English, click below)

meehkweelintamankwi aanchsahaaciki ‘Remembering Our Forced Removal’

Co-authored by Diane Hunter and Kristina Fox Each October we take a moment to reflect on our community’s forced removal from our homelands. The effects of Removal, which began on October 6, 1846, are still felt throughout our community today. While discussing this event is painful, it is important for us as a community to…

naanoohkite neepanki ‘It’s getting gradually cooler’

Two weeks ago, the Myaamia community in the area around Kiihkayonki ‘Fort Wayne’ gathered at the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma’s new Cultural Resource Extension Office. We enjoyed lunch together followed by a presentation by the Miami Tribe’s Business Committee, which updated the community on what the tribe has accomplished over the past year. After the…

6 kiiyolia kiilhswa (2022)

noonki kaahkiihkwe tikawi neepanki (70℉) aahsanteeki ahsenisiipionki. peehkonteekinki naanoohkite neepanki. noonki peehkonteeki napale waawiyiisita kiiyolia kiilhswa (keešaakosita). taaniši kiišikahki niiyaaha apiyani? neemani-nko kati kiiyolia kiilhswa? tookinanto oowaaha -> kiiyolia kiilhswa neemani-nko kati aakalaahšimaataweenki? toohkinanto mihtahkiši. (For English, click below)

Intro to Myaamiaataweenki Language Course

Are you interested in learning the Myaamia language? Have you been wanting to start using it in your home with your family? If you want to take the first step, you might consider Intro to Myaamiaataweenki, a 6-week course intended to give you an introduction to the language. Join us on Monday evenings at 7:30…

22 šaašaakayolia kiilhswa (2022)

noonki kaahkiihkwe tikawi ceeliteeki (82℉) tikawi aalahkwahki ahsenisiipionki. noonki peehkonteeki kiinte napale neepiki (peemineeta). taaniši kiišikahki niiyaaha apiyani? neemani-nko kati šaašaakayolia kiilhswa? tookinanto oowaaha -> šaašaakayolia kiilhswa neemani-nko kati aakalaahšimaataweenki? toohkinanto mihtahkiši. (For English, click below)

weehki kaloosioni: koohkoošhkinaahkwa ‘New Word: Armadillo’

Throughout our history Myaamia people have constantly encountered animals that were new to us and created words to talk about those animals. In the late 1800s, many Myaamia people lived around and worked within the circuses that wintered near Iihkipisiononki ‘Peru, Indiana’ and created new names or repurposed old names for the animals they found…