Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Winter Gathering, 2018

Winter Gathering 2018

Revitalizing Myaamia Language

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A Logo, A Relationship


The Myaamia Heritage Logo references the traditional Miami Tribe art form of ribbonwork and symbolizes the unique relationship between the University and Tribe.

The Myaamia Heritage Logo does not replace any current symbols used by Miami University or the Miami Tribe.

Jenna Corral

Jenna Corral holding up a copy of the Myaamia Lunar Calendar

Jenna Corral is one of the Myaamia Center student workers. She has worked on many projects, including Myaamia Kiilhsooki, the Myaamia Lunar Calendar. Jenna has been a counselor at the Saakaciweeta Youth Program.

Logan York

Logan York on horseback

Logan York, has been riding neekatikašiaki 'horses' since before he could walk, and so he naturally joined the Miami University Equestrian Team during his first year on campus. This semester, Logan earned a first place finish at the Miami University Western Style Horse Show and recently qualified for Regional Finals.

Myaamia Heritage Retreat

Myaamia Students at 2018 Retreat

Myaamia students came together as a community at the 2018 Myaamia Heritage retreat, where they especially enjoyed playing Myaamia games.

Sharing Myaamia Culture

Myaamia students meet with members of the OHC Board.

The Myaamia Center hosted the Ohio History Connection Board of Trustees, and Myaamia Students were able to share their experiences with the board members.

Myaamia Ribbonwork

Myaamia student display their ribbonwork creations.

Myaamia students and Myaamia Center staff practicing the artform of peepankišaapiikahkia eehkwaatamenki ‘Myaamia ribbonwork’.

Allie Humenay

Allie Humenay with her training dog, Sangrita.

Myaamia student Allie Humenay is an Executive Board member of Miami University's Paws for a Cause organization. She is currently training her fourth alemontehsa 'puppy', 3-month old Sangrita.