One of the highlights of my visit to Anadarko, Oklahoma, was the National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians, located at the edge of town. There are two elements: a sculpture garden outside with a ring of notable figures from Native American history, and indoor exhibits of art and crafts. The busts on display are both of old chiefs from the 19th century, and more recent examples of accomplished people in many fields. it was a quiet day and I was able to engage in a lengthy conversation with the volunteer working the museum, which doubles as a tourist information center. A retired woman, she was a fount of lore and memories of Native cultures here.