Dennis McAuliffe Jr. grew up believing that his Osage Indian grandmother, Sybil Bolton, had died an early death in 1925 from kidney disease. But sixty-six years later, he learns by chance that the cause was a gunshot wound. Investigating the circumstances, he soon finds himself peeling away the layers of a suppressed nightmare chapter of American history: driven by the greed for oil. .The Deaths of Sybil Bolton reintroduces us to a people whose story has been literally torn from the volumes of our nation's history. His book “The Deaths of Sybil Bolton” reintroduces us to native people whose story has been literally torn from the volumes of our nation's history.
From the Archives: This live interview was recorded on September22, 1994 on the nationally syndicated radio program, hosted by Laura Lee . See more at www.lauralee.com
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