Oklahoma: Upholding Indigenous Freedoms Of Religion And Medicine - Peyotists At The 1906–1908 Oklahoma Constitutional Convention And First Legislature
Dennis Wiedman, 2012
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In February 1908 newspapers throughout Oklahoma reported that the hotel lobbies of Guthrie, the capital of the new state of Oklahoma, were crowded with Indian men, women, and children. At the thirty-sixth day of the first Oklahoma...
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