An American Conundrum

An American Conundrum

by Ron McCoy
     
 

In 1925, Sybil Bolton died of a gunshot wound, at the time reported to be self-inflicted; however, Washington Post assistant foreign affairs editor Dennis McAuliffe—who happens to be Bolton’s grandson—believes his grandmother’s death was just one murder of many related to the long-ignored Osage Reign of Terror. He believes Bolton’s…  See more details below

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In 1925, Sybil Bolton died of a gunshot wound, at the time reported to be self-inflicted; however, Washington Post assistant foreign affairs editor Dennis McAuliffe—who happens to be Bolton’s grandson—believes his grandmother’s death was just one murder of many related to the long-ignored Osage Reign of Terror. He believes Bolton’s death was associated with the royalties to which she was entitled as an Osage for rights to the stores of oil located under tribal members’ land. McAuliffe investigates a case which authorities would not in order to uncover the mystery in this article made available by The World & I Online.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014243674
Publisher:
The World & I Online
Publication date:
03/08/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
14 KB

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