In the fall of 2021, the First Americans Museum (FAM) will open to the public. Located in Oklahoma City, FAM “will share the cultural diversity, history, and contributions of the First Americans.” The tribes that resided along the Washita River during the 7th Cavalry’s attack in 1868 will be represented in the museum. The Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes, Kiowa Tribe, Comanche Nation, and Apache Tribe of Oklahoma. The Osage Nation, who fought alongside the 7th, will also be represented. FAM will showcase other tribes that have an association with the land of Washita, not the battle. These are the Quapaw…

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