Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Library and Archives

Under the direction of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Historic and Cultural Preservation Department, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Library and Archives addresses the research and information needs of both citizens and non-citizens engaging in serious inquiry into Muscogee culture and history. The Library and Archives houses over 4,000 volumes of reference materials and a set of Bureau of American Ethnology reports and bulletins. The microfilm collection is composed of 730 reels of records pertaining to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation from 1828 to 1840. Included in the collections are the Final Dawes Rolls of the Five Tribes and the Grant Forman collection of Oklahoma Pioneer Histories. In a special collection are the private letters of Pleasant Porter, the Principal Chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation during the allotment act in the early 1900’s. The MCN oral history collection contains numerous oral histories gathered from Mvskoke citizens. Due to fragile conditions, one of a kind, or limited availability of most works, all Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Library and Archives collections are non-circulating. However as copyright and availability allow, archival materials will be added to the digital archive. Please contact the MCN National Library and Archives for further information. Located in the Education and Training Building, Tribal Complex, Okmulgee, Ok, 918-732-7733



Name Position Email Phone
RaeLynn Butler Manager Raebutler@muscogeenation.com (918) 732-7678
Johnnie Wesley Administrative Assistant Jswesley@muscogeenation.com (918) 732-7733
Melissa Harjo-Moffer Archives & Records Technician mmoffer@muscogeenation.com (918) 732-7734
Midge Dellinger Oral Historian ddellinger@muscogeenation.com (918) 732-7618