Written by David Grann
In the 1920's, the richest people per capita in the world were members of the Osage Nation in Oklahoma. After oil was discovered beneath their land, they rode in chauffeured cars and lived in mansions.
Then, one by one, the Osage began to be killed. Mollie Burkhart watched as her family became a prime target. Her relatives were shot and poisoned. Other Osage were also dying under mysterious circumstances, and many of those who investigated...
Experience the Sooner State like never before as you explore the distinct flavor of Oklahoma and discover the state's exceptional communities, beloved celebrations and remarkable destinations...all within the pages of this unique cookbook.
You'll discover favorite recipes straight from the kitchens of hometown cooks across the state...Norman's Own Chicken Tenders, Good n' Easy Corn Casserole, and Apple Nut Cake. Delicious Oklahoma fare such as Peach Pie Extraordinaire, W...
Turn the colorful pages of this irresistible board book to discover just what makes this mouse's pumpkin patch so special. Is it the leaves? Is it the crunchy seeds? No, it's his family! Bright pictures, a reassuring message, and an adorable finger puppet fill this book with reading and playtime fun!
This rich, rousing gusher of a biography captures the life and times of an American hero and the birth of the modern oil empire he created.
Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum, was one of the most prominent self-made business tycoons of the twentieth century. In Oil Man, Michael Wallis, a best-selling historian of the West, presents Phillips against a pageant of luminaries and outlaws that includes Will Rogers, Harry Truman, Edna Ferber, J. Paul Getty, and Pretty Boy Floyd....
William R. Leigh's remarkable work, "Visions of Yesterday," is avaliable for purchase on high-quality poster paper (36.25"x25").
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