The Osage Woman


In the land of the Osage you can still see wild buffalo roaming the open prairie and feel a connection to the land and sky that is held sacred by the people who still reside here. The Osage Nation has a deep connection to their land and tradition. Here in Pawhuska we have a woman who lives and breaths tradition and is the physical embodiment of the Osage. Danette Daniels or “The Osage Woman”, as she is known by the locals, has a heart full of heritage and owns the Waterbird Gallery at 134 E. 6th street, two blocks from the Pioneer Woman Mercantile. You will find authentic Osage goods throughout this Native American owned store filled with art, jewelry, authentic Osage apparel, furniture and signed copies of New York Times Best-seller, “Killers of the Flower Moon”. If you want to delve into the world of the Osage, then prepare yourself for a cultural delight. While you are here, let The Osage Woman and her Native staff guide you on a journey of enlightenment filled with respect, in the ways of their people. Once you visit, you can continue your journey through life with a sense of fulfilment which can only be found here, in the heart of the Osage Nation. Make sure to follow on Facebook and look for upcoming events, sales and new merchandise.

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