TRUNK CONTENT ABOUT OSAGE FOODS
Osage Foods Flip Book: This book illustrates a range of wild and cultivated plant foods that Osage people have eaten in past centuries and continue to eat today.
Plush Bison and Elk: The Osages regularly hunted these animals for meat to eat. The Osages also used the hide, bone, horn, and antler to make clothing, tools, and other objects.
Fake Foods: These include synthetic versions of Osage foods that can be handled. Fake foods include corn, pumpkin, squash, strawberries, blackberries, grapes, onions, pecans, and mussels.
Dried Plant Foods: The trunk includes a pouch of dried lotus root slices (yonkapin) and a pouch of dried corn kernels.