Sturh Museum of the Prairie Pioneer
Grand Island, Nebraska
This feature was far off in the grasslands of the museum grounds. You were able to drive your car to it along with some of the other far-flung features of the Living History Experience.
I liked this. I was the only one there.
Despite the Pawnee being cool and never raising a ruckus with the U.S. Government,
they still got kicked out of their homes and shipped off their land.
Yeah, I was standing there making Indian sounds. Hey, no one else was around, why not?
This didn't make much sense to this paleface.
Someone went through great effort to obliterate whatever was written at the beginning of the second paragraph. Obviously they took issue with what was written believing it was what, wrong? I couldn't make out what was there originally but I had my suspicions. Later I investigated it on the Internet. It seems that other than raising the heavy logs, the women were who built the Earth Lodges.
I think it read Women were largely
Some guy didn't like the idea women could make something so neat.