Effective August 10, 2017 - Until further notice, the Osage Minerals Council offices are temporarily housed in room 215 of the Welcome Center.
Until further notice, Minerals Council meetings will be held in the Law Building, room 121.
Deadline Date for Fall 2017
Semester is August 1, 2017
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The Osage Nation Constitution vests the Osage Minerals Council with the powers to administer and develop the Osage Mineral Estate in accordance with the Act of June 28, 1906, 34 Stat. 539, as amended, such powers which, prior to ratification of the Osage Nation Constitution, were vested in the “Osage Tribal Council”.
The Osage Minerals Council consists of eight Osage Minerals Council members that serve as the elected governing body for the mineral affairs of the Osage Mineral Estate. The Osage Minerals Council conducts regular meetings on the third (3rd) Wednesday of each month and the Friday, before, in the Council Chambers located on the Osage Nation Campus.
The Osage Nation Reservation consists of approximately 1,475,000 acres and is otherwise known as Osage County, Oklahoma. The Osage Tribe owns all mineral rights located within Osage County and has an income from all oil and gas found in Osage County. The Osage Nation Campus – the heart of the Osage Nation – is located in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.
Everett Waller, Chairman
Kathryn Red Corn,
Galen Crum, and
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