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Illinois-Kentucky-Indiana (IKI) was a regional conclave of Three lodges from Illinois, Kentucky, and Indiana; Mannaseh #81, Zit-kala-sha #123, and Kiondaga #422. The events were hosted by Kiondaga after the 1951 IKI event at Camp Covered Bridge, KY. Like the OKI Conclave, the focus of these meetings were to share each lodges' knowledge of American Indian Activities (AIA).
IKI conclaves were held in six different years between 1951 and 1960, with the final one only being attended by #81 and #422.