Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of Osage.

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Examples

  • Many years later their descendants were called the Osages tribe of Indians.

    Thirty Indian Legends

  • Through land accumulations and investments the Osages are the richest people on the globe.

    The Red Man's Last Roll-Call

  • The Osages are the finest looking Indians I have ever seen in the West.

    A Tour on the Prairies.

  • "The Osages were our enemies, and I went with my father and many more to fight.

    History, Manners, and Customs of the North American Indians

  • The Miamis had scalped two soldiers, the Piankashaws had killed seven Frenchmen, and reliable sources said that the nations of the Wabash and Illinois valleys would join the Osages in an uprising.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Having gained possession of the southern Plains the Comanches fought to preserve their conquest, not only from the Spanish but also from Pawnees, Arapahoes, Osages, Kiowas, Naishans, Wichitas, and Navajos.

    Between War and Peace

  • The Miamis had scalped two soldiers, the Piankashaws had killed seven Frenchmen, and reliable sources said that the nations of the Wabash and Illinois valleys would join the Osages in an uprising.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Having gained possession of the southern Plains the Comanches fought to preserve their conquest, not only from the Spanish but also from Pawnees, Arapahoes, Osages, Kiowas, Naishans, Wichitas, and Navajos.

    Between War and Peace

  • The Miamis had scalped two soldiers, the Piankashaws had killed seven Frenchmen, and reliable sources said that the nations of the Wabash and Illinois valleys would join the Osages in an uprising.

    George Washington’s First War

  • The Miamis had scalped two soldiers, the Piankashaws had killed seven Frenchmen, and reliable sources said that the nations of the Wabash and Illinois valleys would join the Osages in an uprising.

    George Washington’s First War

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