Tribal Historic & Cultural Preservation

The design and operation of the Cultural Preservation Office is to conduct the documentation and preservation projects necessary for sustaining an integrated culture.

Mission Statement

Consistent with the tribal goals of the Sovereign Muscogee (Creek) Nation, the primary purpose of the Cultural Preservation Office is to ensure the protection and preservation of valued historic and cultural resources for future generations. The Historic Preservation Office serves as the contact for statutory and regulatory compliance consultation regarding Federal Historic and Cultural Preservation Laws.

The design and operation of the Cultural Preservation Office is to conduct documentation and preservation projects necessary for sustaining an integrated culture. The tribe is committed to it's historic duties, not just within the jurisdictional geopolitical boundaries in Oklahoma but also within the Southeastern United States that comprise the traditional or aboriginal territory of the Mvskokvlke.

The Cultural Preservation Office was established in 1995 under TR-95-01. It is located within the Human Development Building which is located on the East side of the Tribal Comples along Beaver Drive.

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