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What role does Mollie play in her family? How does this role shift over the course of the story? What does this demonstrate about her response to the murders?

This aids in understanding how Mollie withdrew from prominent roles in her community and family following the murders of family members.

What was a coroner’s inquest and why did they exist? What risks did it present in the pursuit of justice?

This helps explain the informal system of policing that existed in many areas in the early 1900s and demonstrates some of the flaws of that system.

Describe the history of the Osage tribe from the time of the Louisiana Purchase through the beginning of the 1900s. How were they generally treated by white Americans?

This helps the student contextualize the Reign of Terror in a longer history of discrimination against the Osage and other Native American...

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Buy the Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI Study Guide
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