Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders & the Birth of the FBI by David Grann

Find in catalogDuring the 1920’s the Osage Indians of Oklahoma became very wealthy because of oil discovered on their land. The drove expensive cars, lived in mansions, and employed maids. They were the envy of their white neighbors, and this envy lead to murder on a shocking scale. The members of one family were systematically killed until only one woman survived. After 4 years of this J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI began investigating the crimes, finally bringing some measure of justice to the region. This is a very compelling investigation into some really ugly events in American history.


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