Thanks to all who helped contribute to this website: 
"An Intersection of Cultures"

City of Council Grove

Robert Collins, photographer

Council Grove Arts Council

Council Grove Chamber of Commerce

Council Grove Convention and Visitors Bureau

Friends of Kaw Heritage, Inc.

G.F.W.C. Philomathian Club

Charles Goslin, artist of The Council Oak Treaty

Heart of the Flint Hills Chapter of the Santa Fe Trail Association

Kansas Historical Society

Kaw Nation of Oklahoma. Wanda Stone, chairperson; Clyde McCauley, vice-chairperson; and JoAnn O’Bregon, secretary

Ken McClintock, Council Grove historian

William Least Heat-Moon, author of PrairyErth

Morris County Historical Society

National Park Service

O. J. Reichman, author of Konza Prairie: A Tallgrass Natural History

Ron Parks, Curator of the Kaw Mission State Historic Site

Deb Pryor, web designer

Mark Sampsel, sculptor of The Guardian of the Grove

Santa Fe Trail Association

William Unrau, author of Mixed-Bloods and Tribal Dissolution: Charles Curtis and the Quest for Indian Identity, The Kansa Indians: A History of the Wind People, 1673–1873, and Indians of Kansas

Thomas A. Witty, Jr., author of The Slough Creek, Two Dog and William Young Sites Council Grove Lake, Kansas

Voices of the Wind People Committee

"Wah-Shun-Gah Days" Committee

Scott Williams, KTWU, Channel 11, Topeka, Kansas