Charles Curtis was the first person of color to serve as the United States’ second in command. A citizen of the Kaw Nation, he became the nation’s vice president in 1929 under President Herbert Hoover. Lesser known is Curtis’ Potawatomi lineage.
Oklahoma City-based artist and Melot family descendant Laurel Wilson tries anything and everything in her work.
The offerings at Quail Ridge Sporting Clays provide a fun way to pass time with indoor and outdoor event space. The state-of-the-art facility in McLoud boasts 36 clay pigeon shooting stations and a Wobble Trap.
CPN member Stormy Hunter stressed that there are several approaches to beaded applique, and the tutorial featured here reflects the best method for her personal style.
Every part of a dandelion has a use, whether it is making tea from the roots, crafting salads from its greens or making syrup and garnishes out of the flowers.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal member Ron Striegel, owner of Firehawk Designs, received honorable mention with a one-of-a-kind sterling silver bracelet titled Shiprock at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market’s juried competition.
When he turned 21 in early February, Citizen Potawatomi Nation member Paul Ferguson received the birthday present of a lifetime – a tour of the Branson water tower.
Out of more than 100,000 entries, CPN member Tate Lewis became one of six students to participate in the head-to-head contest. For the final round, Dr Pepper invited him to its headquarters in Frisco, Texas. There he met company employees and executives and competed in a 30-second football-throwing challenge.
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2021 editions of Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Hownikan newspaper.