Pierce St. John was born in 1875 and he died Aug.18, 1927. He was an Originally Allotted Osage and his allotted land is south of Pawhuska on Highway 99.
There were 159 Osages who voluntarily enlisted in the U.S. Army during World War I. At that time Osages were not citizens of the United States and were, therefore, not eligible for the draft. Still, they performed the duty of protecting their families.
World War I came to an end on Nov. 11, 1919.