Union Mission was established in 1820 by the United Foreign Mission Society as a mission to the Osage. It was in existence on ly 15 years, but occupies a unique position in Oklahoma history. It was the pioneer institution ini bringing Christianity and aspects of western civilization, such as education, to Oklahoma. Here was the site of the first church, the first school, and the first protestant wedding.
The Union Mission Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution feels a pride in and obligation to commemoratethe brave spirits who labored here.
November 7, 1992
Persons listed in the "Union Mission Journal" as having died at this site between 1822-1825 and according to tradition, who are buried in Union Mission Cemetery. Baby of Abraham and Phoebe Beach Redfield - February 8, 1822
Osage Woman - October 17, 1822
Osage Infant - October 19, 1822
Infant Child of Mr. & Mrs. Fuller - March 9, 1823
Robert Bake - August 20, 1823
Charolaotte Vaille, Child - September 6, 1824
Jane Redfield, Child - September 9, 1824
Epaphras Chapman, First Missionary to the Osage - January 17, 1825
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