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The young Black Dog was reported to be about 6 foot, 2 inches, in height and weighed around 220 pounds. He did marry and had several sons and daughters. None of his sons survived to manhood. During the War Between the States (Civil War), Black Dog and many of the Osage Indians decided to join the Confederate States Army.

Osage Chief Oh Lo Ho Walla. Along with other members of the Osage, he came to St. Louis to participate in the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair). From the Gerhard Sisters collection of the Missouri History Museum.

RPPC Postcard Native American Indian Paul Red Eagle Ast Osage Chief Oklahoma

Native American Osage Indian | RPPC Postcard Native American Indian Paul Red Eagle AST Osage Chief ...

'Osage Woman, C1920.' She is wearing 4 shirt pins; I forgot what a 4th brooch represented. :/ But, 3 brooches = unmarried/no kids; 2 = married/kids; 1 = elderly women. By Granger Art on Demand on artflakes.com as poster or art print $19.41