Round-Up in the Osage Nation Photograph
Scope and Contents
The photograph is 7in x 9 ¾ in and depicts a cattle round-up in the Osage Nation in the 1890s. The photograph is attributed to George Parsons, a photographer in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.
- Creation: circa 1890
- Parsons, George (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
The Round-Up in the Osage Nation Photograph has no restrictions and is available for research. If you are interested in researching the materials, please contact the Dickinson Research Center to make an appointment.
Conditions Governing Use
The Round-Up in the Osage Nation Photograph is the property of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Materials, even if owned by the NCWHM, may be protected under third party copyright. It is the patron’s responsibility to research and secure any such additional copyright and pay any required fees or royalties. It is not the intention of the NCWHM to impede upon any third party rights, and the NCWHM cannot be held responsible if the patron is involved in legal action due to violation of third party copyright claims.
Biographical / Historical
In the late 1800s, the Osage Nation, having been forced to move into Indian Territory, utilized a section of the land the US government assigned them by renting sections to white cattle ranchers. The nearly 100,000 acre area was split into leased sections that ranchers could use as grazing lands. The photograph in this collection depicts a cattle round-up on one of the rented land sections.
0.08 Linear Feet (1 folder (SC 11-8))
Language of Materials
This small collection consists of one photograph of a cattle round-up in the Osage Nation.
The Round-Up in the Osage Nation Photograph was purchased by the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in August 2010.
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