THE MURAL END of the Trail on the brick wall of the Owasso Historical Museum illustrates more than James Earle Fraser’s iconic image of a weary Native American man on horseback. It also paints a picture of community support. In 1996, more than 250 would-be artists came together, made a donation, and added a brushstroke or two to the artwork. Kaye Gibson, a charter member of the Owasso Historical Society, recalls someone pushing their ninety-year-old mother up to the wall in a wheelchair so she could leave her mark on history.
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The Owasso Historical Museum documents the hometown pride of its citizens.
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