Institutional Login. LOG IN. In this Book. Additional Information. The forty-nine traditional Osage narratives presented here, collected in Oklahoma between and for the Bureau of American Ethnology, have never before been assembled in one book. What makes these stories especially important is that they were collected in their original language, Osage, by a scholar who was a native speaker of a mutually intelligible language, Omaha, and who was also highly educated and articulate in English.
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The Osage of today, resonate their culture of long standing traditions by clinging to the lessons of their ancestors. The modern day Osage is educated, diverse and staunch to the fact that being Osage is their identity. Their native culture today is a respectful memorial to their past. They participate in their dance, feasting and naming ceremonies because that is what the Osages have left.