Check out this drone footage of the Osage Trail Legacy Monument! The Missouri Conservation Department is assisting in the landscaping development, incorporating native Missouri flowers and plants. This drone footage will help them to see the whole site at once.
On Monday, August 28, 2017, the final piece of the Osage Trail Legacy Project made its way from the artist’s home through the town of Cuba, Missouri to its place at the head of the monument site. The Osage Warrior, standing over 21 foot tall, can be seen from I-44. Other aesthetic matters, such as Read more about The Final Piece of the Osage Project[…]
The little girl and the wolf are now on their base at the Visitor Center in Cuba, Missouri!
Work continues on the Osage Trail Legacy Project! Here is the latest update.
On December 23, 2015, Shon-ge Tun-kah was unveiled and moved to Visitor Center in Cuba, Missouri What started as one man’s dream to honor a nation is one step closer to becoming a reality. This video tells the first part of this amazing story. This is just the beginning of the Osage Trail Legacy Monument Read more about Shon-ge Tun-kah – Wolf of the Osage Trail Legacy Monument Project[…]
Here is an update video that shows the progress being made on the monument.
10-22-15 Osage Indian talk By Rob Viehman Those working on the Osage Trail Legacy Project, which will feature a large-scale sculpture near the I-44 overpass, hosted a special presentation by well-known Osage Indian expert Jim Duncan at the Recklein Public Library last Friday night. Approximately 50 area residents were in attendance. Duncan is a native Read more about Osage Indian talk By Rob Viehman[…]
10-17-15 On October 16th, renowned author and archeologist, Jim Duncan came to Cuba, Missouri to share his knowledge on the Osage Nation. There was a great turn out at the event, with many people bring artifacts for Mr. Duncan to see. “Every artifact that I looked at was authentic,” said Mr. Duncan, “That doesn’t happen Read more about Jim Duncan came to Cuba, Missouri[…]
Here is a first hand look at the beginning stages of the Osage Trail Legacy Project in Cuba, Missouri. What was once a dream is now becoming a reality!