The Wah-Zah-Zhi Cultural Center, Osage Tribal Museum and The Osage Nation Preservation Department are proud to present Louis F. Burns, lecturing on the Osage Historical Period of 1800-1840, on Wednesday, August 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center, 1449 W. Main in Pawhuska. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Louis F. Burns is a well-known author of several books, including “Osage Bands & Clans”, “Osage Indian Customs and Myth”, “Treaties, Constitution, and Laws of the Osage Nation, 1895”, Symbolic and Decorative Art of the Osage People”. He was an instructor at Kansas State University, Emporia, Shawnee-Mission (Kansas) Senior High and Saddleback Senior High and Santa Ana Community College (Santiago College), both located at Santa Ana, California, and has presented many papers and lectures on Osage history. His last lecture at the Osage Tribal Museum was in 2007, regarding the Black Dog Trails.
For more information, please contact the Osage Tribal Museum at (918) 287-5441.