The picture shows a map of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma and the places and locations around it. The map was created on a government website. It also shows Nebraksa where they were originally located.
The Indian war ceremony was created on October 11th, 2011 by the Pawnee Nation. It was created to honor the Pawnees who were in the war. It was also to honor the decision of the Bravo/Pawnee company 486th civil affairs BN of the U.S army to alter their name to reflect this distinguished Pawnee tradition.
This portrait of created by D.H Anderson in 1885, in New York, Manhatten. This item was created to show all the chiefs gathered and the outfits of the chiefs. However, it was possibly a publicity stunt for Buffalo Bill Cody Wild West Show.
No one knows when or who created this item. This item was used in war to create peace between neighboring tribes. Smoking the pipe is an old belief by their ancestors and members before. It was possible the pipe wouldn't work and they went into war.
This was created by Audry Annis on April 19, 2012 in Oklahoma. This video explains how to speak the Pawnee Language and how to greet others. It shows basic knowledge of the Pawnee language.
The picture shown an image of revived corn. The Pawnees saw corn as an important part of their history. When the Pawnees were forced out of Nebraska they took as much as possible to Oklahoma including seeds such as corn. When they wouldn't grow they kept them because they were sacred to their culture.
The boarding school was created by early Pawnee Nation settlers in Oklahoma. The boarding school was called "Gravy U" and was closed in 1978. This school was created to house children and give them a better education
This item was created in 1910 in Oklahoma. It was created to keep a man warm but also to share information about the Pawnee Nation, like the cross represented their belief for God.
The producer of this album was Gene Weltfish, the artist was Mark Evarts, and the designer was Ronaly Clyde. It was created in 1965. It was created to show all of the history/traditions/culture of the Pawnee through music.