Towana Spivey: Hall of Fame

2012 Inductee

Towana Spivey is a Chickasaw historian/preservationist/archaeologist who has utilized his lifelong love of history to benefit American Indian tribes across Oklahoma. He has been a consultant on many Chickasaw preservation projects, including the Chickasaw White House and the 1855 Council House. In 1982, he became the director and curator of the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum in Lawton, OK, a special setting with a unique mix of Native American and Euro-American history. During his lifetime he has released numerous books and writings and has acted as a historical consultant for documentaries and movie productions such as "Windtalkers" and "Dances with Wolves." His love for Oklahoma and its people is everlasting and he respects his Chickasaw heritage and the heritage of others.

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Towana Spivey
Towana Spivey is a curator, historian, archaeologist, cultural preservationist and the former director of the Fort Sill Museum.