Map featuring traditional Osage lands by the late 17th century in the states of northwest Arkansas, southeast Kansas, southwest Missouri, and northeast Oklahoma.  The missionary Isaac McCoy described the Osage as "uncommonly fierce, courageous, warlike nation" and Washington Irving said they were the "finest looking Indians I have ever seen in the West."

Map of Traditional Osage Tribal Lands by Late Century -- A regional map showing the extent of traditional Osage Nation lands by the late century superimposed upon the current states of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma

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Buy the oil painting reproduction of Osage warrior of the Wha-sha-she band (a subdivision of Hunkah) by George Catlin, Satisfaction Guaranteed, ***** 30 days money-back! Osage warrior of the Wha-sha-she band (a subdivision of Hunkah) oil painting replica.

Maria Tallchief, of the Osage Nation, was the first American prima ballerina as well as the first Native American. Tallchief's 1949 performance of Balanchine's "The Firebird" in 1949 made her world famous.

Maria Tallchief, of the Osage Nation, was the first Native prima ballerina. Tallchief's 1949 performance of Balanchine's "The Firebird" in 1949 made her world famous.

Warriors***

Standing L-R: Newalla, Bacon Rind's brother, Mike Watson Sitting L-R: Bacon Rind, Labon Miles (all dressed as In-Lon-Schka dancers) - Osage - no date

Maria Tallchief- First Native American Woman to become a Prima Ballerina

Photobucket Maria Tallchief, Osage b. Fairfax, Oklahoma was the first American Indian prima ballerina.

The Rare Archival Photos Behind 'Killers of the Flower Moon'

The Rare Archival Photos Behind One of America's Most Sinister Crimes

Chief of the Little Osage circa 1807

Chief Flying Hawk requested that the U. Indian Commission’s Report of 1926 citing the cheating of the Osages in Oklahoma be officially included in his commentaries. Chief of the Little Osages, c.

Olohahwalla (aka Well To Follow), a man of the Osage Nation.  1906. No additional information.

unknown, Wah-tian-kah (Osage) - 1865 Osage men - circa 1865 Pa-thin-non-pa-zhi (aka Not Afraid Of Pawnees, aka Joseph, aka Big Hill Joe, aka Governor Joe) – Osage – 1868 Osage man – 1868

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