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Getting Antsy

Swimmers, take your mark… Lake Sturgeon in the Osage and Gasconade Rivers are on the starting blocks waiting to embark on their spring upstream migrations. A few fish in the Gasconade, may have already jumped the gun. 478 more words

Killers of the Flower Moon, by David Grann

Summary: In the 1920s, the Osage Indians of Oklahoma were the richest people per capita due to the discovery of oil on their land. The federal government decided that the Osage were not “fit” to make monetary decisions on their own, and they were appointed legal guardians who did anything but guard the safety of their legal charges. 140 more words

Book Review

Museum Field Trip Announced

Based on Press Release by: Osage Nation Communications Prog. Coord., Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton

Pawhuska, Okla. (2/28/2018) – The Osage Office of the Chiefs, Osage Nation Museum (ONM), Osage Nation Prevention Program, Wahzhazhe Cultural Center and Osage Nation Child Care Department have organized a field trip for youth to attend the “Fluent Generations: The Art of Anita, Tom, and Yatika Fields” Exhibit at the Sam Noble Museum in Norman, Okla. 218 more words


Killers of the Flower Moon: A Book Review

Regarding his own documentary work, Joshua Oppenheimer once wrote of modern Indonesia; “…I felt I’d wandered into Germany 40 years after the holocaust, only to find the Nazis still in power.” I thought about this line as I read… 1,400 more words

Native American Issues

Caroline, Little House Revisited by Sarah Miller

3.5 Stars

Confession Time.  I am one of the few people who did not read Little House on the Prairie growing up.  I saw this title, however, and decided it might be interesting to read (or listen to in my case).  303 more words


Killers of the Flower Moon

February 9, 2018

true crime….cruel and incomprehensible racial injustice…greed…

Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann… 1,649 more words


The Cold Shoulder

With rows of sharp scutes lining their body, Lake Sturgeon are a little rough around the edges, literally, but I can’t help but love them anyway. 660 more words