Baxoje Wosgąci: Iowa Tribal Museum and Culture Center
Baxoje Wosgąci (BAH-kho-jay WOH-shka(n)-chee): The Iowa Tribal Museum and Culture Center is the home of Ioway Indian tribal culture and history here on the reservation of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska. Based in the historic Iowa Community Building, which was made of local stone by tribal members, the Baxoje Wosgaci is one of several places on the reservation where you can explore the history and culture of the Ioway people and the land we live on.
Explore the Reservation
Explore places and exhibits on the Iowa Reservation, including the Baxoje Wosgaci Tribal Museum and Cultural Center, the Leary Site NHL, the Chief James Whitecloud house
Ioway Culture and Language
A resource for students and researchers to learn more about Ioway culture, language, and history.
(Tribal Historic Preservation Office)
The THPO is the historic preservation office for the tribe, which handles historice preservation compliance reviews, NAGPRA (Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act), and other cultural issues. Tribal member Lance M. Foster (M.A., M.L.A.) is the THPO for the tribe.
Open by appointment. Contact the Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO): 785-595-3258