Thursday, November 15, 2018

Killers Of The Flower Moon - The Osage Murders And The Birth Of The FBI - By "David Grann"

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This book is based extensively on primary and unpublished materials. They include thousands of pages of FBI files, secret grand jury testimony, court transcripts, informants’ statements,
logs from private eyes, pardon and parole records, private correspondence, an unpublished manuscript co-authored by one of the detectives, diary entries, Osage Tribal Council records, oral
histories, field reports from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, congressional records, Justice Department memos and telegrams, crime scene photographs, wills and last testaments, guardian reports, and the murderers’ confessions. These materials were drawn from archives around the country. Some records were obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, while FBI documents that had been redacted by the government were provided to me, uncensored, by a former law-enforcement officer. Moreover, several private papers came directly from descendants, among them the relatives of the victims of the Reign of Terror; further information was often gleaned from my interviews with these family members. 

Also by David Grann
Title Page
1. The Vanishing
2. An Act of God or Man?
3. King of the Osage Hills
4. Underground Reservation
5. The Devil’s Disciples
6. Million Dollar Elm
7. This Thing of Darkness
8. Department of Easy Virtue
9. The Undercover Cowboys
10. Eliminating the Impossible
11. The Third Man
12.  A Wilderness of Mirrors
13. A Hangman’s Son
14. Dying Words
15. The Hidden Face
16. For the Betterment of the Bureau
17. The Quick-Draw Artist, the Yegg, and the Soup Man
18. The State of the Game
19. A Traitor to His Blood
20. So Help You God!
21. The Hot House
22. Ghostlands
23. A Case Not Closed
24. Standing in Two Worlds
25. The Lost Manuscript
26. Blood Cries Out
A Note on the Sources
Archival and Unpublished Sources
Selected Bibliography
Illustration Credits
About the Author
Author Detaila
"David Grann" is a staff writer at The New Yorker and the bestselling author of The Lost City of Z, which was chosen as one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and other publications and has been translated into more than twenty-five languages. He is also the author of The Devil and Sherlock Holmes. His work has garnered several honors for outstanding journalism, including a George Polk Award.

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