Fifteen painted figurines are part of a collection that will be given to the Wichita tribe of Oklahoma. The figurines of men, women and children of the Wichita tribe are ornately decorated. The figurines and a grass hut are part of the Towanda historical museum collection.
Fifteen painted figurines are part of a collection that will be given to the Wichita tribe of Oklahoma. The figurines of men, women and children of the Wichita tribe are ornately decorated. The figurines and a grass hut are part of the Towanda historical museum collection. The Wichita Eagle
Fifteen painted figurines are part of a collection that will be given to the Wichita tribe of Oklahoma. The figurines of men, women and children of the Wichita tribe are ornately decorated. The figurines and a grass hut are part of the Towanda historical museum collection. The Wichita Eagle

Towanda museum to return artifacts to Wichita tribe

August 29, 2010 12:00 AM

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