In partnership with Veronica Redding, Osage, Oklahoma Historical Society Registrar, the Osage News announces a partnership that will share the rich history of the Osage Reservation during the early 1900s.
Redding, of the Hominy District, is a passionate historian with a deep love for preserving the past. She has generously opened the archives of the OHS to us and this invaluable resource contains a treasure trove of historical newspapers, photos, and records that shed light on the vibrant and culturally significant Osage Reservation during a pivotal period in its history.
In the coming months, you can expect to see a series of captivating articles. As we collaborate with Redding, we’ll explore the pages of these vintage newspapers to bring you stories of local heroes, community events, cultural celebrations, and the challenges faced by the Osage people during that era. It’s a unique opportunity to connect with our shared history and gain a deeper appreciation for the Osage Reservation’s cultural heritage.
We invite you, our valued readers, to join us on this journey through time.
Osage News is committed to delivering stories that matter, and this partnership is another step in our dedication to preserving and celebrating the heritage of our community. We thank Veronica Redding and the Oklahoma Historical Society for their generosity and support in making this project possible.
Together, we will honor the past and embrace the future.