Third Thursday - Grove, Oklahoma, Public Library

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Friends of the Grove Public Library
1140 NEO Loop
, Oklahoma 74344


Author to present recently published “KWA-HOO-SHA-HA-KE (Flying Eagle),

American Indian Warrior Hero, A Glimpse Into the Life of Leaford Bearskin, Chief of the Wyandotte Nation”

              Grove, Okla. – Fredrea Gregath Cook, author, was born and raised in the heart of the Wyandotte Nation and is deeply committed to preserving and promoting the history of this region.  Through her efforts, an insightful look at the life of a dynamic personality will be the topic for October’s Third Thursday program at the Grove Public Library on October 21 at 12 noon.  As always, everyone is welcome to attend and invited to bring a brown bag lunch.  Drinks and dessert are provided.

Cook’s published work includes preserving local records and families, several titles of lineage research, as well as college texts.  This book is an eye-opening tale about the Chief’s early years, his service in WWII, and his current role as head of state for the Wyandotte Nation.  Third Thursday is a program about books and authors sponsored by Friends of the Library and the Grove Public Library.

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