FBI File on the Osage Indian Murders
Title: FBI File on the Osage Indian Murders
Location: Jerome Library Main Microforms; film E 99 .O8 F37
Format and Number of Reels/Fiche/Cards: Microfilm; 3 reels
Publisher: Scholarly Resources
Content Description: A reproduction of the FBI file on murders that took place on the Osage Indian Reservation in 1921-1923. Members of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation went undercover on the reservation and, eventually, William "King of Osage" Hale was arrested and convicted of the murders.
This file is in 21 parts. Parts 1-19 are available full text on the FBI's web site at: http://foia.fbi.gov/osageind.htm
Arrangement: In 21 parts: Reel 1) Sections 1-7; Reel 2) Sections 8-15; Reel 3) Sections 16-21.
Index/Bibliography: The printed guide is available in the Reference Collection at REF E99.O8 F37 Guide. This guide lists the documents and reports contained on each reel, but does not contain a detailed index to each document.
Subject Categories: Criminal Justice; History; Multicultural Studies
Keywords: osage, fbi, murder, homicide, indians, native americans, federal bureau of investigation, william hale
Time Period: 20th Century