Olohowalla (aka Well To Follow) - Osage – 1904

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

L-R: Mildred Big Eagle, Mary, Agnes - Osage - circa 1896 — with Jeffrey R Norwood.

Wazhazhe (Osage) Nation - C 1896

1910...ROSE WHITE HORSE...OSAGE...

1910...ROSE WHITE HORSE...OSAGE...

U-Ses-Tah-Ha-Ha-Hah (aka Little Osage) - Osage – 1913

U-Ses-Tah-Ha-Ha-Hah (aka Little Osage), an Osage man.

Osage Sisters, c. 1925.   Lovely little Osage girls. LOL the one on the right kinda reminds me of K!!! Must be the Osage in her :)

Osage Sisters, c. Lovely little Osage girls. LOL the one on the right kinda reminds me of K! Must be the Osage in her :)

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Unidentified women of the Osage Nation. Circa 1880. No additional information re: this photo.

Unidentified women of the Osage Nation.

Osage Ribbonwork.  In honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow

Osage Ribbonwork. In honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow

An unidentified couple of the Osage Nation. No date or additional information.

An unidentified couple of the Osage Nation.

Two Osage children, Osage Reservation, Oklahoma. Photo: no date. Due to the quality of this photograph I guess it would be quite old. And they're not very happy at all!

Two Osage children, Osage Reservation, Oklahoma. Camera's were scarry things then.

Mertie Rusk, Bertha Big Eagle-Jones - Osage - no date

Mertie Rusk and Bertha Big Eagle-Jones of the Osage Nation.

Osage Students in school uniform. Photographed: Carlisle School, Pennsylvania 1879.

Unidentified children of the Osage Nation in school uniform.

Josephine Lane Long (Quapaw/Osage/French) and her half-sister, Mary Lane (Quapaw/Osage/French) - circa 1898

Josephine Lane Long (Quapaw/Osage/French) and her half-sister, Mary Lane (Quapaw/Osage/French) - circa 1898

An unidentified woman of the Osage Nation. 1926. No additional information.

An unidentified woman of the Osage Nation.

Osage family - no date

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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Osage Indian Tribe Photographs and Images of their History and Culture

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