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A Pipe for February

At the turn of the 20th century, the Osage Indians were traditional tribal people who owned Oklahoma's most valuable oil reserves. By the 1920s the Osages became members of the worlds first wealthy oil population and the Osage children, adults and elders, found they could live lives of leisure. They built large homes, purchased expensive cars, enjoyed fine restaurants and taveled to faraway places. They also found themselves targets of opportunists, swindlers and murderers bent on taking their wealth from them.Charles H. Redcorn sets A Pipe for February against this turbulent, exhibilarting background.

The story is fiction, the Osage traditions, language, etc. based on Osage Redcorn's first hand Native American background.

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