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From the Desk of Jacqueline Emery: The Boarding School Legacy

The following is by Jacqueline Emery, editor of Recovering Native American Writings in the Boarding School Press (December 2017). Emery is an assistant professor of English at State University of New York at Old Westbury. 1,032 more words

Guest Blogs

Angel Tree Seeks Angels

By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, Osage Nation Communications

Pawhuska, Okla., (Wednesday, November 22, 2017) — The goal is for every child to receive a Christmas gift. Every year, the Osage Nation Financial Assistance Department (ONFAD) hosts the Annual Tree of Gifts to support the spirit of giving and provide children in need with a holiday that includes unwrapping presents that otherwise would not be there. 152 more words


Nutcracker Comes to the Osage

By: Roseanne McKee

Dance Maker Performing Arts Academy will bring “The Nutcracker” ballet to the historic Constantine Theatre at 110 W. Main St. in Pawhuska on Dec. 208 more words


a natural moon

I’ve been slowly (and not so diligently, as other pursuits in the studio have “interfered”) working on this indigo moon, using my newly dyed naturally dyed threads. 213 more words


Celebrating Native Humor

Countering the Stoic Indian 

Artist Zig Jackson takes gentle digs at the intersections of cultural humor in Indian Country and urban America.

A recent collection displayed at the Portland Art Museum showed an Indian in headdress (Jackson) poised against a California Bay Area background. 174 more words

American Indian


I SWEAR that i looked everywhere for the fabric i wanted to use for a new big work. Potassium permanganate dyed, it was a substantial piece of yardage, and i could not for the life of me figure out where the damn thing went, and finally surmised i must have cut it up. 433 more words

Probably Talking To Just Myself

Osage Nation Language Dept. Announces new Mobile App!

Shown in Photo on Left: Master Osage Language Instructor, Mongrain Lookout.

By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, Osage Nation Communications
& Melissa Cole, Office of the Director of Operations of the Osage Nation​
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