The Miami (Maumee or Myamia, also called Twightwee or Twatwa by some of their neighboring tribes) live in two groups, one of about 2000 Miami in Oklahoma and one of about 6000 in Indiana. The two groups consider themselves the same people, but only the Oklahoma tribe is federally recognized by the US government.
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Four Directions Institute: Miami
Tribal profile, timeline, and links.
Information about the Miami Indians' language, lifestyle, names, sub-nations, and population.
Miami Indian Tribe
Language, culture, history and genealogy.
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma
Official homepage of the tribe, with history and culture information.
Shelby County Ohio Historical Society - Miami Indians
Gives the reasons for the decline of the tribe and describes the events leading up to their removal from Illinois.
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