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The culture of the Osage Nation reaches back far into the Mississippian culture of the mid-continent region, centered at Cahoika, Illinois. A written record of the Osage began in 1673. At the time traders and explorers began to document their encounters with tribes of the Midwest in what was later to become the United States. The Osage were considered a Siouan people, semi-nomadic in nature and recorded mainly throughout the Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Arkansas area. They were a nation of people with a familiar culture of the Woodland tribes.
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J. Addie Hudgins
The Oklahoma Tourism Department team enjoyed a road trip to Osage County in northeastern Oklahoma including the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve.