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Oklahombres member, historian and author, Art Burton will be the featured lecturer for the Sunday, September 3, 2006 Oklahoma "Speaking of the Truth" lecture series. The title of Art's presentation is "Black Gun, Silver Star: The Life and legend of Frontier Marshal Bass Reeves." Art will be speaking between 2 and 3 p.m. with book signings 1 hour before and after the lecture. For those of you who like historical biographies, this is a chance to hear a master speak and its free; there is no admission fee. This event will be held at the Chesapeake Events Center, Oklahoma History Center, 2401 N. Laird, Oklahoma City.
 
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How can I get a list of Art's writings?
I am new here and am not familiar with how this site works. I am interested especially in finding facts about Edna Murray "The Kissing Bandit" and her relatives, and comrads in crime.
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SapulpaGal
 
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Just a post to bring this important lecture back to the fore.
 
Posts: 512 | Location: Cortez, Colorado | Registered: Fri December 12 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Hey, Mike!

I regret missing then first gathering of Oklahombres since joining the group but circumstances precluded same.

I am presently reading Dr Burton's excellent book and would certainly like to hear him speak but, once again, circumstance dictates that I be elsewhere, By then, I should be in Chama, New Mexico, engaged in some small researches there and points north in southern Colorado. I know the presentation will be most noteworthy.

We still must "gang up" on Welge and get into that Hocker collection. It should be revealing of some aspects of Papa Rennie's law practice Let me know when you'd like to go to OHS to strap him to a chair and withhold nourishment 'til he yields!

DAR


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