This object symbolizes the traditional cultural traditions of the Osage people. This object is used by Osage women who wish to preserve the traditional Osage ways of life, such as Mollie Burkhart.
This object represents oppression and forced assimilation. This object is forced upon the Osage children when they attend missionary schools in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. They are punished when they do not use this object.
This object symbolizes material wealth and luxury. This object is bought frequently by Osage women once the oil wells on their land lead to material wealth within the tribe.
This object represents the silencing of allies. This object is placed over Barney McBride's head before he is brutally beaten to death in order to prevent his ability to help the Osage solve and stop the murders taking place within...
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