“We still have our language; we still have our culture; we are still alive and well and have been able to overcome those things that happened in the ‘20s. It’s good for people to know on this worldwide platform that our language and our tribe are alive, and we’re still vibrant,” said Vann Bighorse, Osage Language Department director.
PAWHUSKA — The Water Bird Gallery pops with color as the history and culture of the Osage Nation combine in a charmingly beautiful mix of offerings.
Q: I was told that my Spode dinnerware, service for 12, is worth $10,000. The pattern is Priscilla, and they stopped making it in 1914.
"Spode," the name of a company that made fine china, is still