ⓘ Quapaw, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Quapaw, Oklahoma

Quapaw is a town in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 906 at the 2010 census, a 7.9 percent decline from 984 as of the 2000 census. Quapaw is part of the Joplin, Missouri metropolitan area.

                                     
  • The Quapaw Nation is headquartered in Quapaw in Ottawa County, Oklahoma in the northeast corner of the state. They have a 13, 000 - acre 53 km2 Quapaw tribal
  • Griffin c. 1873 1958 was the elected chief of Quapaw Tribe of Indians and a peyote roadman from Quapaw Oklahoma Griffin was commonly called either Victor
  • Quapaw or Arkansas, is a Siouan language of the Quapaw people, originally from a region in present - day Arkansas. It is now spoken in Oklahoma It is similar
  • after Tall Chief Quapaw Tribe Quapaw Oklahoma Skiatook, Oklahoma Swan, Daniel 1998 Early Osage Peyotism. Plains Anthropologist. Quapaw Peyote 1962 Interview
  • The Quapaw Indian Agency was a territory that included parts of the present - day Oklahoma counties of Ottawa and Delaware. Established in the late 1830s
  • of the federally recognized Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma and the Quapaw Tribe of Indians, which is based in Quapaw Ottawa County comprises the Miami, OK Micropolitan
  • Charles. Farrell was born Judy Hayden and raised in Quapaw Oklahoma She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a fine arts degree in theater
  • Ardina Moore nee Revard, born 1930 is a Quapaw - Osage Native American from Miami, Oklahoma She is a Quapaw language speaker and has developed a heritage
  • circa 1957. The highway s northern terminus was formerly US - 69 Alternate in Quapaw but the portion of highway from SH - 10 to US - 69 Alternate has since been
  • Oklahoma Pontotoc County, Oklahoma Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma Pushmataha County, Oklahoma Pushmataha Wildlife Management Area Quapaw Oklahoma Sapulpa
  • OTSA Otoe - Missouria OTSA Ottawa OTSA Pawnee OTSA Peoria OTSA Ponca OTSA Quapaw OTSA Sac and Fox OTSA Seminole OTSA Seneca - Cayuga OTSA Tonkawa OTSA Wyandotte
  • Oregon after the Modoc Wars. They were exiled to the Quapaw Agency in Indian Territory now Oklahoma where they were colocated with the Shawnee people