The statue of the Pioneer Woman with a young child is well worth seeing. It captures the bravery, dignity, and strength of all pioneer women. But interestingly, the outside newspaper display of thededication of the statue pictured only men. The museum itself is is a disappointment. Containing many of the artifacts of the traditional inside the house or wagan work of the pioneer woman, it in no way resonates with the persona of the statue outside. There is space provided to honor a variety of Oklahoma women who are pioneers, but these are mainly poster displays. Finally the entrance, an attempt to recreate the bonnet worn by pioneer women, is most uninviting and a bit suggestive.