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There was a feeling of calm across campus on the morning of February 9, 2010. The crisp Oklahoma air in the early morning hours lent itself to something difficult to explain unless you experienced it, but something very real just the same. On this day, Bacone College would celebrate events that happened 130 years before.
Ataloa Lodge Museum was the place to be on Friday, February 19, 2010. Bacone College President, Dr. Duncan with students, staff and faculty welcomed members of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Daughters of 1812.
Bacone College is seeking out potential mission groups from various churches throughout the United States to assist in repairing the historical buildings on campus, while focusing on campus beautification. As the Bacone campus community expands, Volunteers in Mission (VIM) groups play an increasingly important role in the restoration of our buildings on campus and the houses on faculty row.
Ms. Janet Vaught of San Angelo, TX, recently contacted John Timothy, Cultural Interpreter at Bacone’s Ataloa Lodge, to inquire about a donation of glassware with original artwork by famed American Indian Artist, Acee Blue Eagle. The collection includes 8 porcelain plates, 8 frosted glass tumblers, a frosted glass pitcher, and a wooden tray.
This was a busy month for the Center for American Indians and Bacone College as they collaboratively hosted the 5 Tribes Story Conference with the Five Civilized Tribes Museum of Muskogee, OK who sponsored the Conference on Friday, September 24, 2010 through Saturday, September 25, 2010.