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Interesting history of the Osage. There were maps/diagrams of how the Osage migrated from St. Louis area to where they are now. I was pleased to see exhibits on military service. Free but I left a donation to help with operational expense.
I am totally in love with our Native American culture. I was blessed and worked a year at the Alabama Coushatta Tribe and loved every minute, born and raised in Oklahoma I enjoyed our history lessons.
This museum was auh inspiring and full of lessons....More
The docents were amazing - totally explained things. The displays were extremely well done. Learned a boatload about the Osage.
Go with your ears open, but your mouth closed - you'll learn a lot by listening.
This is a very interesting place to visit when you are in Pawhuska OK. If you have read the book "Killers of the Flower Moon" by David Gann the photos/exhibits of the Native Americans you see here add to the understanding of what you have...More
The museum has many educational exhibit on the Osage tribe and their tradional wedding attire. Their history. Their personal were very heplful were very well infromed.
I hope to return and see their monumen to their military veterans which in the process of being built.
I admit I go to the Museum every time I am in Pawhuska. The collection on display is small but invariably changes. There were different items on display in April 2018 than there were in June 2018 for instance. This has always been the case....More
If you are interested in learning more about the Osage nation, this is a great place to visit. It is a small building, but it is full of interesting stories, documents and artifacts. I whole-heartedly recommend that you visit the museum when you are in...More
This is a little museum that is nicely devoted to the culture of this single native American tribe. The collection is small but high-quality. My disappointment here is that they might have done so much more with it.
The front room of the museum is...More