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Osage Tribal Council Chambers


category : Ethnic Heritage
Osage Tribal Council Chambers The chambers are located in the Osage Indian Tribal Administrative Building which houses many murals depicting Osage history. The north wall shows the origin of the Osage history while the south wall depicts current history. Many contemporary Osages are shown on the south wall mural. The murals were commissioned in 1981. Private showings arranged through the Osage Nation officials.


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