We the People: New app eases Arlington Cemetery navigation

Sharon Burns: Arlington National Cemetery's “ANC Explorer,” is a new, free application that allows users to use a smartphone or web browser to locate grave sites, events or other points of interest at the cemetery.
BY SHARON BURNS sburns@opubco.com Published: November 12, 2012
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The Osage Tribal Museum and Library, 819 Grandview Ave., Pawhuska, was established in 1938 and opened with the John L. Bird collection of more than 6,000 objects that were purchased in 1923. The website address is www.osagetribe.com/museum.

Other collections donated by Osage families include “The Osage Ten” sculptures, original oil paintings depicting past Osage leaders, photo archives dating from the 1800s to present and the “Original 2229 Allottee” exhibit.

• The Cleveland County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Nov. 20 in the Community Services Building, south entrance, 1119 E Main, Norman. Mary Phillips, The Oklahoman's Archivist columnist, will share interesting tidbits of history she has researched. For more information, call CCGS Library at 701-2100 on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. or email ccgs@csbi.org.

If you have a question, event, idea or an experience you wish to share, email Sharon Burns at sburns@opubco.com.



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