At the turn of the twentieth century, the Osage Indians owned Oklahoma's most valuable oil reserves and became members of the world's first wealthy oil population. Osage children and grandchildren continued to respect the old customs and ways, but now they also had lives of leisure: purchasing large homes, expensive cars, eating in fancy restaurants, and traveling to faraway places. In the 1920s, they also found themselves immersed in a series of murders. Charles H. Red Corn sets A Pipe for February against this turbulent, ...

A Pipe for February 2005, University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN-13: 9780806137261

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A Pipe for February 2002, University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN-13: 9780806134543